By combining the strengths of corporations with our expertise in the nonprofit sector, Family Promise has been able to create corporate partnerships that translate to significant impact on homeless families. This includes not just corporate volunteers and funding, but meaningful engagement around corporate skills—like workforce development and financial literacy—and tangible outcomes—like developing new Affiliates across the South and the New Beginnings curriculum. Our corporate partners understand that their excellence is part of the answer to family homelessness.
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Family Promise is partnering with Belk on Project Hometown to support families and communities across the South.
As a leading community bank, Woodforest sees firsthand the impact of financial literacy on low-income families. Understanding this need, Woodforest partnered with Family Promise to create the New Beginnings financial literacy curriculum, an essential part of Affiliates’ approach to helping families achieve sustainable independence. Woodforest and Family Promise are expanding the partnership to areas such as micro-entrepreneurship, teaching families how to create assets and build wealth moving forward.
Family Promise and Capgemini, a global leader in consulting, technology services and digital transformation, are working together to create digital materials and opportunities for our guest families and volunteers nationwide.
Cabot is a unique company—a cooperative of farmers committed to excellence in their product. But our partnership shows that even companies without tremendous resources can have a tangible impact.
American Airlines' EBRG Professional Women in Aviation, an employee business resource group for women in the company, are partnering with Family Promise so American Airlines employees and customers can find inspiring volunteer opportunities and assist families in their hometown communities.