Family Promise 2021-06-14T14:38:13+00:00

We will be hosting for Family Promise again June 20-27. 

The upcoming host week will again be at the Hickory Hill House in Alpharetta.  We currently have 4 families in the program:

Mom with 6mth old girl

Mom with 17yr old girl (Central High School) and 9yr old girl (Mashburn Elem)

Mom with 4yr old girl and 3yr old boy

Mom with 13yr old girl (North Forsyth Middle) 

One of the moms has a food allergy to milk & eggs.  Please be aware of this when preparing meals and let them know.

Please find the sign up for all items needed for the week at https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0e4cacab2ca0fb6-family11

Drop off for items other than the meal itself will be at Pleasant Grove UMC Fellowship Hall.   During the week the meals can be dropped off either at the house or at the day center.  **Please let us know if you are delivering to the day center.  

If you wish to sign up to fellowship with the families, you are required to have the FP training.  If you wish to sign up for overnight host, you must have a background check on file with Vicki.   

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to send me an email.


Wanda G.

Pleasant Grove UMC


Family Promise of Forsyth County, Inc. serves families who are experiencing homelessness.  In cooperation with community churches and volunteers, we provide a safe place to stay and meals along with programs and supports to help the families gain or regain sustainable independence.

Our program is essentially a 30 to 90-day program.  When families enter our program, the first goal for the adults in the family is to attain a job, if they do not already have one.  Then, during their time in our program, while our host churches and volunteers are providing a place to stay and meals and through donations and grants, we assist with things such as childcare and transportation, the family can save the majority of their money earned to be ready to be independent.  

More importantly, though, we strive for our families to attain sustainable independence.  Therefore, each family works on personalized, weekly goals to provide them the knowledge and skills needed to be successful.  Each family is also provided a mentor who will continue to work with the family beyond graduation to be a support and a link to additional services they may need.

The families that are currently in the program could use some assistance with transportation if you are available.  Please contact Tina Huck tina@fpforsyth.org and have an MVR ran if you are interested in volunteering for this.

As always, if you would like to make monetary donations, they are tax deductible and can be made on the Family Promise website https://www.fpforsyth.org/    

Here is a list of items that can also be donated for the families: 

   laundry detergent           fabric softener

   hand soap                      liquid body soap

          shaving cream                male/female razors

1 and 2 inch binders      printer paper

working laptops             gas gift cards

             grocery gift cards           oil change gift cards. 

These items can either be taken to the place and dropped off or can be brought to the church and will be transported to their new facility.

If you have not seen the new Day Center located at 3335 Hutchinson Road, Suite D, you should stop by some time and see it.  They have transformed the warehouse into their office along with “living” space for the families including a bathroom with a shower, a laundry room, a living room, a dining area and a “quiet” space for when you need some down time.  A ribbon cutting ceremony was held in October to officially open it.  Also, the Mayor declared October 21-27th Family Promise week as part of the celebrations.

Click Here to go to the Family Promise of Forsyth County Website

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