Seacoast Family Promise

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Web Site: sfpnh.org

SEACOAST FAMILY PROMISE (SFP) is a network of volunteers from various faith communities demonstrating their strength of compassion and generosity, putting faith into action. Through donations of time and funds, Seacoast Family Promise provides a safe place for families to turn for immediate food, shelter, and social services. Participating congregations reach out to families in crisis offering guidance and encouragement while preserving the dignity of families as they take important steps to regain independence. More than eighty percent of network guests secure permanent housing.

Our Mission is to empower families experiencing homelessness to achieve lasting self-sufficiency.
Our Vision is a community in which every family has a home, a livelihood, and a chance to build a better future together.

The Bethany Missions Committee invites you to join the Bethany team of volunteers by hosting a family in need at the Joshua House, located at our Greenland Campus. We host a family at this location various times throughout the year. You can help in any of the following ways:

  • prepare a dinner for one night
  • be meal hosts who serve dinner, interact with families and clean up afterwards for one night
  • be overnight hosts for one night
  • donate personal necessities and household items

If you would like to help, please email us and we will be happy to get you connected.This is a great activity for Connect Groups!

Seacoast Family Promise – Mission Moment

The Beaudry Family Update

We are sure you all remember Frank and Jess Beaudry and their three lovely children Chantal, now age 13, Kayle, age 12, and Dylan who will turn 7 in April. Despite the many obstacles that stood between this family and self-sufficiency, Seacoast Family Promise provided them with the guidance and tools necessary to move forward and begin a new chapter in their family’s life. Chantal and Kayle are have amazing grades in school, great friends, and are truly becoming beautiful young women. Dylan, who’s room is full of Legos, is in first grade and excels in math. Frank continues to have success in the trucking industry and Jess remains a very busy, very involved stay at home mother.

Thanks to Seacoast Family Promise and the many volunteers who touched this family’s life, the Beaudrys have now been self-sufficient and stable living in Seabrook, NH for the past several years.

Each time we have the opportunity to see members of this family, whether volunteering at the Day Center or at our Annual Auction, we continue to hear how thankful they are for all of the kindness and love that was shown to them.

Pati Frew-Waters, Executive Director

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