Our Interfaith Hospitality Network, a partnership of local congregations, offers an opportunity for volunteers of all faiths to reduce homelessness and transform lives.

Our goal is two-fold for our guest families:
Provide temporary relief from the expense and worry over meeting their immediate needs for shelter, meals and human compassion through our network of
congregations and their committed volunteers.

Our program is one of 207 affiliates of Family Promise in 41 states and the District of Columbia, with 39 affiliates in development.  Family Promise was founded in 1986 in New Jersey and now supports and develops network
programs nationwide. You can read about the national Family Promise agency at familypromise.org.


“ I think Family Promise is an excellent program for families in need. I believe those that are a part of the program do an excellent job.  I am going to miss you all.”Family's Exit Interview,
Family Promise gave me the wonderful feeling of a second chance. The staff truly believed in me … and that helped me to believe in myself!"Graduate Natera - Guest,
Family Promise gives me confidence in the good that my charitable giving provides.Albert - Donor,
Family Promise fits our vision of our ministry in the community, which is not only to talk about our beliefs, but live them out in practical ways.Pastor Debra,
Family Promise has become the focal point for renewal in the life of our church. It has generated a whole new spirit of cooperation and generosity among our parishioners. It’s given us a new vision of what the Church is.Rev. David,
Virtually all who work with Family Promise are volunteers who take time out of their own personal lives to help the homeless. They do their best to make us comfortable, warm and well fed. The Day Center allows us to get the kind of assistance we need to find places to live, to get to doctor appointments and help to meet our personal needs. I don't know what my family would have done if it hadn't been for this organization!"Raleigh - Former Guest,