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.

 

We're Hiring a Program Manager!

We are currently seeking a Program Manager to run the hallmark program of Family Promise--our Interfaith Hospitality Network. This position is responsible for intake/case management of our Day Center guests, training and coordination of our congregation volunteers, and ensuring smooth operations of the program.  Apply today! 

For the full job listing please see the Opportunities Page

 

Walking for Dreams

Family Promise had 15 walk teams and 153 walkers who raised over $17,000!

Walking for Dreams

Thanks to all who participated in Walking for Dreams 2016 on May 22! It was a beautiful day along the downtown canal with 25 nonprofit organizations and a record 1,800 walkers participating!

There were 15 walk teams and 153 walkers who raised over $17,000 for Family Promise That is amazing! We so appreciate your support of our mission of ending homelessness in Greater Indianapolis, one family at a time. The Walking for Dreams website will remain open and available for donations until June 5. Many thanks!

 

NUVO grants Family Promise of Greater Indianapolis a Cultural Vision Award

Indy’s alternative voice print publication, announced April 29 that Family Promise of Greater Indianapolis (Interfaith Hospitality Network) was granted a Cultural Vision Award in the category of Social Justice. This was one of 19 annual awards granted this year to people and organizations in Central Indiana “who are tirelessly working to make our state a better place to live.” Awards are given in the areas of social justice, food, arts, music, screens and sports.

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 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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