We too are in mourning. There has been yet another senseless and tragic death. This time it was George Floyd. Now is a time for outrage, heartbreak, lament, and courageous action.
Sounds simple enough. It is however, clearly a complicated process with many factors, issues, obstacles and challenges for each family.
Last night as our family gathered for Easter, by Zoom of course, my brother in law asked us if we would keep Zooming after this is all over. No one answered.
We are all certainly experiencing a different kind of Holy Week this year. We are connected to each other in a completely different way, as we navigate and process the shared difficulties, anxiety and fears of the global COVID-19 pandemic.
The Family Promise of Lawrence staff and board leadership is working to wisely respond to the unfolding coronavirus crisis in our community. We have moved to our Phase III level of Response to the COVID-19 Crisis. What does that mean for our programs and services?
Good afternoon, Donors, Supporters and Volunteers, My goodness, what a week… I want to assure you that the Family Promise of Lawrence staff and board leadership is working to wisely respond to the unfolding coronavirus crisis in our community.
A night can betray you in an instant as quick as a lie
We have seen a beautiful effort with all the gift giving through the Adopt a Family Program this year. Yet, we are also in the thick of our year end campaign to raise a large portion of our operating costs for 2020. We ask that you please consider giving a year end gift to Family…
The chill in the air today feels like Thanksgiving. The extra long line at Wheatfields this morning feels like the holidays.
We’ve been busy! Family Promise of Lawrence has added a few more programs based on the enormous needs we hear about from the families who are calling us for services. Our response to these needs are expansions of our program offering to our community and we are very excited to tell you about these!