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October 24th - October 31st

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New Hope will be hosting families from Family Promise Family Promise is an organization that strives to ensure that every family has a home, a livelihood, and the chance to build a better future.  Working with churches across America, FP provides temporary housing, meals, and services to more than 125,000 family members annually. They mentor at-risk families, teach financial literacy, and help find jobs and affordable housing. They create programs to meet specific needs in their communities, and they advocate for public policies that alleviate poverty and promote the economic stability of low-income families.





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  • Is my giving tax deductable?
    Yes, at the end of the year you'll receive in your mail a giving statement for the financial year. You can access your giving report anytime as well. You can find your giving profile here.
  • What is your preferred method of giving?
    Online giving is our preferred method because it relieves the workload on our volunteers. It's quick, simple, and you're able to immediatly access your giving record. Although any check or cash (with giving envelope) will be recorded to your giving profile. Connecting your bank account will also save our church from paying credit card processing fees.
  • Why should I give?
    2 Corinthians 9:6-7 says "Remember this: Whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows generously will also reap generously. 7 Each of you should give what you have decided in your heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver." We believe first that if you feel like you're forced to give please do not feel obligated to give especially if you're a guest of ours. However, we believe that tithing is an investment in the Kingdom since the local church is both the hands and feet of Jesus and hope of the world. We incredibly thankful for all our incredible givers who allow us to continue to share the Gospel to the world and help change lives.
  • What does the overnight host do?
    If you choose to serve as an overnight host, you will arrive at NHCC at 6:30PM. You will be provided a private and secure area to sleep; however, please bring your own bedding. You will serve as the first emergency contact should the families need any assistance during the night. There is an emergency NHCC and FP representative available by phone if needed. In the morning, you will be required to wake the families at 5:00AM. Once the families are picked up by the FP van (5:30AM), you will be asked to tie up the garbage bags and lock the building.
  • How does this organization help families?
    Many of the families are in temporary situations where they need housing as they are looking for jobs. Family Promise helps organize, train, transport, and provide opportunities for job interviews to help equip famlies.
  • As an overnight host where am I staying?
    You'll be staying in our youth room and you can sleep on our coach or bring your own bedding to sleep on.
  • Where will the families be staying?
    They will be staying in the children's area in the seperate rooms. This allows privacy and safety for them.
  • What will the setup team be doing?
    The set-up crew meets after church on the Sunday on which the families arrive (10:30AM.) Set-up crew blows up air mattresses, makes up the beds, sets up tables, etc.
  • What will the teardown team be doing?
    The tear-down crew meets before church on the Sunday the families depart (6:00AM.) This crew is responsible for deflating and rolling air mattresses, bagging dirty laundry, tearing down tables, putting away NHCC supplies, sanitizing, and vacuuming.
  • What are my responsibilities if I provide a meal?
    If you (or your small group) decide to provide a meal, you will need to supply a main dinner item, a side dish, a dessert, and drinks. All paper products and flatware are provided by NHCC. You will need to provide enough food for all the families, paying close attention to any dietary restrictions. If you choose to provide a meal, you (or your group) will need to deliver the meal by 5:00PM on the Sunday the families arrive. At least 2 people from your group must stay to help serve the meal and clean up afterwards. It is encouraged that volunteers eat and fellowship with the visiting families.
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