FP Blog

Aloha: Transition at Family Promise

Message from Greg Munson, Executive Director Dear Friend, Mahatma Gandhi once said, “Be the change that you wish to see in the world.” For the past year-and-a-half, Ryan Catalani, our Director of Donor Relations, has helped Family Promise NNCC change and evolve for the better. He helped launch the Hidden campaign, got us involved with new [read more…]


Welcoming our new Executive Director, Greg Munson

  May 1, 2019   Dear Friends, In February I shared that Carolyn Gordon was moving to a new position coordinating the North East regional affiliates for Family Promise and that we would begin a search for a new Executive Director for Family Promise of Northern New Castle County. I am delighted to share that [read more…]


Family Promise Leadership Transition

February 12, 2019 Message from Board President Susan Sweeney Dear Friends, It is with mixed emotions that I share with you an upcoming change at Family Promise of Northern New Castle County. Our beloved Executive Director, Carolyn Gordon, has accepted a larger role in Family Promise as Northeast Regional Director. In this new role, Carolyn [read more…]


Transforming Lives (2018)

 After Natefa’s family lost their house, she and her kids were forced to bounce between family members’ homes. Eventually, they stayed at a motel, where they’d have to walk miles just to get food. Tanique lost her job after she became pregnant, and although she stayed with family temporarily, there wasn’t enough space after [read more…]



Announcing our new Hospitality Center!

Did you know that in the Christina School District in Delaware alone, over 600 students experience homelessness each year? That’s enough to completely fill 20 classrooms. As this school year begins, you can help end homelessness for these children. Homelessness has an immediate and lasting impact on children. Each day of homelessness takes a toll on their grades, [read more…]



“We really thank you and appreciate you.”

 Charity supported her daughter and two sons by working at a local medical center. But when she lost her job in July, things fell apart. “I had no income,” she said. “I had bills daily that were coming in, and there’s no resource or reservoir for that need. It spiraled from there.” By the [read more…]