Mission of Family Promise of Greater Indianapolis

We are a partnership of congregations and community organizations responding to the crisis of children and their families who are homeless.  We work to eliminate homelessness in Greater Indianapolis.


Part-Time Weekend Support Staff Employment Opportunity

We are seeking a part time person (up to 20 hours/week) to staff our Day Center in downtown Indianapolis on one weekday morning for four hours and alternate weekends. There will be a period of time this summer when the position will require you to work every weekend for four to six weeks. This position is responsible for: answering phones, addressing guests' questions and concerns, managing situations or conflicts with or among guests, and other administrative & light cleaning duties as needed. You will be responsible for opening the center one weekday morning and when working a weekend, you will be responsible for opening and closing the center on both Saturday and Sunday.

Qualified applicants will have a high school diploma or GED, the ability to deal appropriately with stressful situations, conflict/resolution skills, and the ability to work as part of a team.  Desire to work with persons who are experiencing homelessness or other vulnerable persons is preferred. 

If interested in applying for the position, please forward a cover letter and resume to Alex Slabosky, Interim Executive Director, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Walking for Dreams

Walking for Dreams

Sunday, May 22, 2016

Grab your walking shoes and join Family Promise of Greater Indianapolis in the Walking for Dreams Family and Pet Walk along the scenic downtown Indianapolis Canal.  Last year our 14 walk teams raised over $14,000 to work toward our mission of eliminating homelessness in the Greater Indianapolis area, one family at a time.  Please go to www.walkingfordreams.org to start a team, register as a walker and make a donation.  Hope to see you there!

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Success Story

Dedra came to Family Promise of Greater Indianapolis with her two children, a son Terrell (age nine) and a daughter Kierra (age eight), in a crisis.