Thank you to everyone who came attended our Annual Sweet Jazz concert and helped to, once again, make it a big success!
As always, the musicians were fantastic and the desserts heavenly!
With Sid this year were Susan Clark, Dianna Hughes, Kari Simmons, Patty Stephens, and Linda Myers with:
Sid Fendley: keyboards
Maud Beenhouwer: Bass
Ken Battat: percusssion
Rodolpho Gonzales; flute
And a big thank you to the staff and volunteers at Sandia Presbyterian for all that you do for this event and our organization.
Every year, University of New Mexico students head out into the community to volunteer and be of service. We were fortunate to some of these amazing young people come spend some time with our families, recently. Thanks!
There are a number of ways you can help Family Promise of Albuquerque in our mission to help Albuquerque's Homeless Families. For more information, Visit our 'Help' page.
To assist homeless families in the Albuquerque community achieve and sustain independence.
Family Promise of Albuquerque is a local, as well as a national, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization which works alongside people in religious congregations and community organizations to assist the growing number of homeless families within the Albuquerque community achieve and sustain independence.
FPA helps communities to unite to provide shelter, meals and compassionate assistance to those experiencing homelessness. By working with faith communities and social services, the Family Promise of Albuquerque program can do what individuals alone can not do.
Host congregations provide accommodations for families for a week at a time on site. Families rotate to different sites, while participating in the program for 30 to 90 days. The host congregation furnishes clean, safe overnight lodging and two meals a day.
Store drop off is over for the Teens for Jeans program and we're waiting to hear how everything turned out. From what it sounds like, it was a great success!