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At Family Promise, we spend every day talking with families who have experienced or are at risk of homelessness. We believe that sharing their stories is essential to spreading awareness about family homelessness in the United States. Want to learn more? Check out our recent media coverage below.

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Family Promise of Montgomery County Receives Grant from Clayton® and Family Promise National to Support Families in Montgomery County.

-- A Future Begins at Home grant program helps families facing homelessness remain in their homes and regain stability --

Conroe, Texas—Family Promise of Montgomery County was recently awarded a $20,000 grant from Clayton and Family Promise National that will ensure families in Montgomery County receive the support they need to remain safely housed. This grant requires a $5,000 match.

The grant is a portion of the $1.3 million dollars that Clayton and Family Promise National are dispersing to the Family Promise network nationwide. The funds are a result of the recently announced partnership extension between Family Promise and Clayton. A Future Begins at Home, the program that arose from the collaboration, focuses on helping families who face homelessness remain in their homes and quickly regain stability. Since its inception in 2019, A Future Begins at Home has catalyzed millions in additional funding resulting in more than 25,000 families served nationally.

“Family Promise of Montgomery County is honored to have this partnership grant that will benefit families in our own community. We believe every family deserves a safe, secure home creating stability and brighter futures for families with children.” Marilyn Kasmiersky, Executive Director

In addition to the grant program, Clayton has donated 16 homes to the Family Promise National network since 2019. It is a goal and vision for such homes to become a reality in our own community. These homes are used primarily as transitional housing for families working with Family Promise. The homes allow families to stay together and regain stability as they work to find a new home.

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