FPL revisited our mission and vision statements this fall. We started at the staff and board level and came up with some good options but nothing that “hit it out of the park”. Our board decided unanimously to give this critical task to those who know the program best – Our Graduate Advisory Panel. This…
Working with families who are homeless or precariously housed is a privilege and a gift.
Many of you have remarked recently about how quickly Thanksgiving arrived.
Family Promise of Lawrence, as participating partners with the Douglas County Housing Stabilization Collaborative is now an assigned Community Partner with the KERA – Kansas Emergency Rental Assistance Program.
FPL Partners with the City’s Winter Emergency Shelter FPL is partnering with The City of Lawrence to provide safe shelter for families through the winter months. The Winter Emergency Shelter (WES) is a program of the City of Lawrence to provide overnight shelter to people who need a warm place to sleep on nights forecasted to…
New On-line Family Promise Volunteer Training We are excited to announce that Family Promise has launched a new online training platform.
MEDIA ADVISORY: National Leader on Family Homelessness Shares Concerns About Expiration of Federal Eviction Moratorium
Happy 2021. We were all eager to leave 2020 behind, though there were certainly some redeeming aspects of last year. In reviewing 2020 data at FPL; the year did push a shift of focus in services that is proving beneficial. We had the right programs in place. That was good.
December 30, 2020 Nearly done with 2020, and I’m guessing no one feels very sad to see this year move on to the history books! The year has been chaotic, frightening, forever changing, forever adjusting.