Evening of Promise: Recognizing Volunteers & Community Service

Diane Rudolph and Vice President Karen DeChristopher. File Photo

RANDOLPH — Family Promise will honoring the volunteers who are the driving force of the organization and make what they do possible. The evening will be held on Thursday, November 8 from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at Meadow Wood Manor, 461 Route 10 East.

The event features a cocktail reception, elegant dinner and tricky tray, the highlights of the evening are inspiring speeches from honorees, sponsors and past program graduates. The Community Impact Award is sponsored by Greenberg Traurig.

Please RSVP by October 30, 2018 to (973) 998-082, rsvp@familypromisemorris.org or Click here to register.

Family Promise of Morris County partners with more than 75 congregations of different faiths and 1600 of their congregants to provide shelter, overnight staffing, breakfast, lunch and dinner to our families. The dedication and commitment of all these partners makes Family Promise of Morris County the most cost-effective shelter program in the community. This cost efficiency allows to direct the majority of funding to the needs of our families and the operating model provides an opportunity for community participation that is not available in a traditional shelter setting. The volunteers and their families open their congregations, schedules, wallets and their hearts to the families we serve.

At Family Promise of Morris County, they allow our families to stay for as long as they need to get back on their feet. For some that may be a couple of weeks; for others, six months or a year. Many traditional shelters have time limits that can force families to find other temporary shelter before accumulating enough resources or completing the necessary education and training to obtain gainful employment and independent housing. They want to ensure that families are well prepared and in a position to secure a permanent place in the community.