We are Family Promise
Transforming the lives of families experiencing homelessness, because every child deserves a home.
Effective August 3, Cordell Thomas tendered his resignation as Executive Director of Family Promise of Riverside to attend to his physical health. The Board of Directors wish to thank Mr. Thomas and wish him well in his future endeavors. We hope you join us in sending him and his family your thoughts and prayers.
The FPR Board of Directors Selection Committee, with Cordell’s full support, are conducting the search for a new Executive Director. Family Promise of Riverside will begin the search immediately and will update you on any announcements. Please feel free to share the job posting.
We wish to thank you, our community, for your unwavering support of our organization. We continue to serve our mission to help families experiencing homelessness and low-income families achieve sustainable independence through a community-based response. Together, we will expand on the good work already underway.
Have your heard? We have been awarded an ARPA Grant. These funds will go towards renovating the day center.
New Method to Donate
Family Promise of Riverside has partnered with CARS to accept vehicles as domations. It's as easy as 1, 2, 3. No muss, no fuss. CARS will handle the paperwork, and retrieval of your vehicle and you will receive a tax donation. For more information, 1-855-500-RIDE or go to
Thank you to our Sponsors!
What's easier the using an app to donate to a worthy cause? QGiv is safe, user friendly and you can see your giving history right in the palm of your hand.
Your spare change can make a change in a child’s future. RoundUp App automatically donates your spare change to Family Promise of Riverside.
THE TODAY SHOW COMES TO FAMILY PROMISE
Spreading the word will help us transform the lives of ONE MILLION children by 2030.
Craig Melvin of NBC's Today Show visits Family Promise of the Midlands to learn how the program helps families experiencing homelessness reclaim their independence.
WHAT CAN YOU DO?
The problem of homelessness is complex. You can make a difference in the lives of our families by making a donation or by becoming a volunteer.
This year in America, more than 2.5 million children will experience homelessness.