Because no child should be homeless

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Family Promise of SCV has made considerable changes to how our program operates. We still need your support! 

There are many ways for volunteers to contribute time and efforts at Family Promise, no matter the size. Learn how to volunteer or donate today!

Looking for help? We have many great resources for you to utilize on this website. You can also contact us to see how the program can help you. 

2021 Giving Day

We are celebrating the accomplishments of 2020 with our 2021 Giving Day. We still need your help as we continue to house families in our transitional home and shelter homeless families in motels.

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How to get involved

We’re looking for more generous individuals or groups to fill the volunteer slots. Please sign up if you would like to bring groceries and/or provide a meal for our families in the Transitional House.

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There are many ways that you can help Family Promise of SCV! Support Family Promise through monetary donations or in-kind donations (gift cards or items on wish list). We appreciate your support in any form! 

Do you need help?

We have an abundance of great resources for you to utilize right here on our website. You can also contact us to see how the program can help you. You are not alone!

The organization feels strongly that no child should be homeless and that’s what drives me every day to encourage our community, activate local organizations and fuel volunteers to make a difference!

Kieran Wong

Family Promise serves homeless families in the Santa Clarita Valley area. If you need help, or would like to assist us in our mission, please get in touch.

Lance O'Keefe

Family Promise of SCV

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