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.

New Website Coming

Thanks to volunteers Pat Eckert, Lauren Hacker, and Lacie Rader, we are excited to announce a modern and mobile-friendly website that has been in development since the beginning of 2017. Stay tuned for a pending release before March 31!

The Annual Meeting is coming February 28, 2017!

Join us February 28th from 6:30-8:30pm at Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation.  New this year will be a keynote by the Rev. Dr. Jessicah Duckworth of Lilly Endowment Inc. and volunteer recognition awards!  Over 95 people are registered and counting.  Learn more and register here...

 We're Hiring a Day Center Assistant!

Have 1pm-5pm free Monday through Friday and are looking for a part-time position?  Then we hope you apply to help us at our Day Center!  Learn more...

 Know a congregation that is interested in hosting?

We are recruiting congregations to fill a gap of 17 weeks in 2017.  Know a congregation that might be interested?  Learn more about what is needed here, and how to get in touch with us to schedule a meeting to learn more!

 The Spring Clothing Drive is almost here!

Is your congregation or company participating?  For every bag of gently used clothing dropped off at the Day Center 3/13 to 3/18/17, we get a clothing voucher to Goodwill.  We in turn give those to families in need.  Learn more about how you can help...

New Furniture Partnership with Mustard Seed!

We now have a new way to help guests of our shelter get furniture and housewares upon moving out.  It involves Central Indiana's best kept secret--The Mustard Seed.  Want to donate furniture, or even a mattress?  Learn how...

               
 
 News and Events

 

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.

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