On behalf of the children and families served by Family Promise of Warren County, the staff and board wish to thank our dedicated volunteers who work tirelessly to end homelessness in our
Our volunteers are truly the heart of the Interfaith Hospitality Network program. Their efforts provide safe, secure lodging and a sense of community to children and families who have lost their homes.
The significance and impact of our volunteers are not simply measured in the number of meals or bed nights served but in the children and families whose lives are enriched by the dedication
and commitment of our volunteers.
Please join us in recognizing the power of our volunteers to transform lives and the resulting positive community impact.
B u i l d i n g C o m m u n i t y, S t r e n g t h e n i n g L i v e s.
In Our Own Backyards...
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Family Promise of Warren County
PO Box 267 65A Washington Avenue
Oxford, NJ 07863
To date, our Interfaith Hospitality Network (IHN) shelter program has assisted 81 households and Family Promise of Warren County has assisted 394 households in our complementary Homelessness Prevention, Rapid Rehousing and permanent supportive housing programs and partnerships (HPRP).
For the past 7 years we have been able to provide necessary services to county residents as a private nonprofit agency without being a burden to the taxpayers of Warren County.
We are extremely proud that our very small agency was able to bring in federal and state funding totaling $1,462,056.00 for Warren County families in need of service.
This has allowed us to develop programs and infrastructure for county residents without county funding and without expense to county taxpayers. We have leveraged federal dollars from HUD to develop the agency and provide essential services.
The majority of the federal and state funding directly serviced the residents of Warren County by paying for past due rents to prevent evictions, security deposits, and utility deposits.
We administer these other complementary and vital programs to help re-house the families we serve and prevent homelessness by paying rents and security deposits.
All IHN contributions are designated solely for the IHN shelter program and never fund the rehousing or prevention programs.
Unfortunately, our NJ Division of Family Development emergency shelter funds have been reduced by $50,000, putting the IHN program at great risk of ending and closing.
Please support our fundraisers and help us to get the word out that we are an agency that provides essential and much needed services to our community.
Thank you for your support,Bob Frankenfield,
Knowlton Presbyterian began in 1766, and has so far planted three daughter churches. Knowlton Presbyterian seeks to provide many opportunities to know Jesus and make him known together.
Hosting families speaks to the scripture of all faiths and provides families who have lost their homes with safe, secure lodging and a sense of community. It gives volunteers the opportunity to provide hands-on outreach in their own congregational facility.
If you know of a congregation or civic group interested in joining our interfaith ministries, please contact FPWC at (908) 453-2194 or IHNsupport@wcihn.org
Family Promise of Warren County is once again proud to be a participant at the upcoming Project Homeless/Community Connect to be held at:
Saint Philip & Saint James Church - Mercy Hall430 South Main StreetPhillipsburg, NJ 08865January 27, 201610:00 - 3:00
Project Homeless /Community Connect is a one-day event to provide a broad range of services to people experiencing, or at risk of experiencing, homelessness OR in need of services. There is no cost for the event, and lunch is provided.
See details below:
Family Promise of Warren County, in Partnership with Phillipsburg Free Public Library, will be presenting Alice's Ordinary People, a film by Craig Dudnick, on Monday, January 18 at 7:00pm in celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
Call 908-454-3712 to reserve a space.
Service to others is an important part of the Boy Scout oath and Family Promise of Warren County is very pleased to be the beneficiary or a great Eagle Scout Service Project.
Jonathan Carlile took on the massive project of restoring our parking lot. Even the gloomiest days did not stop him and his hardy crew from Boy Scout troop # 2010 from working on this project at the Family Promise of Warren County Day Center.
Jonathan was the leader for this much needed parking lot restoration, and he did a great job repairing this area for the agency’s passenger van and employee parking.
One of the rank requirements for Boy Scout projects is to plan, develop, and give leadership to others in a service project helpful to a nonprofit organization such as Family Promise.
Through this requirement, Jonathan practices what he has learned and gains valuable project management and leadership experience.
Special thanks to soon to be Eagle Scout Jonathan for his hard work and to his troop and leaders for their role in his journey for making our area safer for the families we serve!
Special Thanks go out to a great group of North Warren Regional students who are operating an organization called In Support of Children.
ISOC is an educational organization and their mission is to raise awareness to the dangers of corporal punishment of children. Their slogan is: "It's never OK to hit a child.”
This extraordinary group of students is operating the only high school chapter of this national organization.
In addition to the recent television donation for the children’s room, they also initiated a drive to secure funding for the IHN shelter program. They did this when they learned that Family Promise recently lost $50,000.00 in IHN operating funds due to State of NJ cutbacks for Emergency Assistance for the families served in this essential program.
Here the In Support of Children members and President Sasha Polonko present the check to Executive Director, Bob Frankenfield.
Thanks to this great group of students! They are:
Special thanks go out to the Mansfield Township Elementary School Student Council and to all of the students, the staff and administration for their donation of pajamas to Family Promise of Warren County and for their loyal and continued support of our programs.
Not only did they provide the families we serve with new pajamas, but they also provided a most generous contribution of $536.64.
This could not have come at a better time. Due to State of NJ cutbacks, Family Promise of Warren County lost $50,000 in funding this year that had previously supported the Interfaith Hospitality Network shelter program.
The economy has been hitting many Warren County families very hard and Family Promise programs, especially the Interfaith Hospitality Network shelter program, are crucial in preventing homelessness, as well as sheltering and keeping families together.
Family Promise keeps families safe and helps families to regain housing. The ongoing partnership with Mansfield Elementary has been invaluable for the families and children of Warren County. THANK YOU!