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Making a Difference in WNY

During 2013 Family Promise of WNY welcomed 18 families (30 adults and 45 children) into our Emergency Shelter Program.

Last year we provided our families
with more than 2,000 bed nights of emergency shelter and over 6,000 meals all thanks to the help of our volunteers who have given over 11,000 hours of dedicated and compassionate service to our
families.



November 14, 2014
@ FPWNY Resource Center
149 French Road Cheektowaga

Our Open House will be the same night. Come check out the new Resource Center, then stay overnight to help us raise awareness of Homelessness in WNY.

If you are interested in being a sponsor or if your school would like to participate contact Tracy at 771-3007 or tracy@fpwny.org.

Check out the New August "In Focus" newsletter



Click the newspaper or go to our newsletter page under the News & Events tab.
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Family Promise of Western New York
Documents
Annual Report 2014


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Welcome

The mission of Family Promise of Western New York is to unite religious and other organizations in responding to the needs of homeless families in our community. Uniting hearts and hands, the network provides a way for homeless families to receive temporary shelter, meals, and assistance while seeking their own independence.

It's more than providing shelter, meals and support. It's about keeping entire families together while they work toward having a home to call their own.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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