Our newest program G.R.A.C.E. (Graduate Resources and Continuing Education Program) provides additional assistance, mentoring, resources and support for our graduate families. Meetings include guest speakers from partner organizations covering a variety of topics such as renter and leaser's rights, financial spending, options for saving programs, and nutrition, Graduates who attend have received meat, food boxes, and gift cards from Amazon, Honey Baked Ham, and Subway!
Zion Baptist Church and St. Andrews UMC alternate hosting these monthly meetings where childcare is provided. Earlier this year adult and youth volunteers from Pilgrimage United Church of Christ provided martial arts and ballet lessons for the children while their parents attended the meeting. The kids had a blast!
King gets a checkup!
Thanks to a grant from  PetSmart Charities , our guests and graduates are able to have expenses associated with their pets covered. These expenses include boarding, vaccinations, veterinary care, pet supplies, and transportation related to boarding or fostering. The Pets with a Promise  program continues a five-year effort to address the heartbreaking choice that families often face when losing their homes - to seek shelter or to keep their beloved pet.
Brotherhood of St. Andrew working hard for Family Promise
The Brotherhood of Saint Andrew, a men's ministry group from our hosting congregation, the Episcopal Church of St. Peter and St. Paul, have been very busy this spring. Their group sponsored a book signing in April featuring local authors Rona Simmons, Peggy Spear, Rosalind and Maggie Bunn, and Ray Dan Parker.

Additionally , this service minded group of men came out to the Day Center to do spring cleaning readying our outdoor space for our families to enjoy. After all their hard work they presented our President, Bob Foster, a check for $500 from the book signing. Many, many thanks to all!
This is the season when we have the privilege of honoring our mothers and fathers and celebrating the strength of families. Here is the story of one of our graduate families that FPCC helped move from being homeless to finding a home, new jobs, and stability. Read more ...
To all who have donated and who volunteer with us, thank you for helping families in need receive the blessings that come from  Family Promise of Cobb County!
Your donation enables us to continue to provide shelter, meals, career counseling and assistance in finding homes for low-income families in Cobb County, making a significant difference in the lives of our families.
Upcoming Events
Monthly Volunteer Orientation - 4th Monday of every month at 7:00 pm at Transfiguration Catholic Church. Special requests may be made to hold at your own location. Register by emailing: training@familypromisecobcounty.org
Thanks to our most recent Sponsors!