Family Promise Volunteer of the Year
We are so excited to present Janet Foskey as our 2022 Volunteer of the Year. Janet’s valuable contributions have been an essential part of the growth of our program since we opened our doors in 2013. You may not have met Janet personally, but it is almost certain you have experienced her contributions in some capacity. As if preparing the Family Promise Newsletter is not enough, she creates our marketing materials, participates in fundraisers, and is an amazing Office Angel. Her attention to detail is impeccable, she is committed, thoughtful, and creative. Janet has been instrumental in helping us develop our brand and to say we appreciate her is an understatement. Janet, we celebrate you not only during the month of April (Volunteer Appreciation Week) but this entire year! We are blessed to have you as a faithful volunteer.
Ways to Volunteer
Volunteers Provide meals; activities; help with resumes; help kids with homework; financial counseling; just being there for children and their families, showing them compassion and respect, and sharing a sense of community.
Would you consider joining this exciting ministry by volunteering a few hours…. a week, a month, or as needed?
Volunteers are needed to serve as Office Angels at the Family Promise Office 2097 US Highway 41S, Perry, GA. 9:30am -11:30am
These Volunteers receive training prior to serving. For Further information, please call the Day Center 478-988-9457 and speak to Nicole Rosser, Director.
There are many other ways you can volunteer. Check out the brochure!
Would you like to make a huge difference in the life of a Family Promise guest?
If so, then the Family Promise Mentoring Program is the place for you.
Low-income families face enormous stresses. The Family Promise Mentoring Program is designed to help families overcome these stresses as they work toward becoming a self-sustainable family once again. In the Family Promise Mentoring Program, economically vulnerable families are
matched with trained volunteer mentors who work with them, one-on-one, over an extended period of time for approximately one hour each week.
Mentors help individual families define and meet goals to:
• Develop life skills
• Connect with community resources
• Improve their housing and employment situations
• Nurture and support their children
Mentors build committed, trusting relationships. They listen. They offer understanding and respect.
They help families overcome challenges and disappointments and celebrate successes.
Contact Dave Razo, FPGHC President, at Dave.Razo@gmail.com or 478-320-5967 to learn how you can be a part of this very worthwhile program.