Thank you for making 2017 a great year for Family Promise of Gainesville.Student homelessness is rising in Alachua County, there is still much work to be done to 
reduce childhood homelessness.

2017 was a great year. Find out why.
YEARENDYear in Review.
2017 was a great year for Family Promise of Gainesville. We started several new programs, and served 67% more people than 2016. And we look forward to a great 20 year anniversary this year.  Stay tuned for information about our 20 year celebration this summer.

Read our annual report to find out more about 2017 
and the progress made in  helping local kids. 

Unfortunately, the number of school-aged kids in our community experiencing homelessness keeps rising. 

January Point-in-time Count kids experiencing homelessness in Alachua County school system:
2016 = 525 kids 
2017 = 606 kids 
2018 = 778 kids

Save the date!

Please join us Saturday, May 5th from 9 to noon
4th Annual Bed Race at Trinity United Methodist Church.
For more information, please visit our website
YARDSALEThanks for making our garage sale a success.

Thank you to everyone who helped set up, tear down and support our yard sale on January 27th.  We raised funds for our shelter, donated to graduate families, and shared a great day with our partners, 2 College Brothers. Together, Family Promise and 2 College Brothers are moving families forward.
Family Promise relies on the gifts of your time and treasure.  If you know someone who needs volunteer hours, or would like to volunteer more this year, please reply and we can find a way to work with your schedule. 
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