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Panhellenic partners with Family Promise

The Panhellenic Association at Grand Valley State University recently took on a new challenge by embracing Family Promise as their new philanthropy outreach.

Family Promise was founded in 1997, and is a Grand Rapids outreach that aims to “provide hospitality to homeless families and keep them together in a time of crisis. We assist families during temporary periods of homelessness, encourage them to create an achievable vision and develop a strong foundation for self-sufficiency,” according to the website. Because homelessness is growing more and more prevalent in the Grand Rapids community, Family Promise is rising to action to address these problems, specifically arising from: Lack of affordable housing, domestic violence, unemployment, lack of education, and family break-ups.

Their goal is to end family homelessness through engaging community and faith-based organizations to end this homelessness “one family at a time”.

Panhel’s community includes over 800 women on GVSU’s campus, and therefore, their last philanthropy, Children’s Enrichment Center, was outgrown and could not accommodate them as an association anymore. To replace them, the women have decided to partner with Family Promise because they need a lot of help – help that Panhel’s woman can provide with their woman-power.

They heard about the organization through a delegate of the Panhellenic Association who had volunteered there before.

While the projects they would specifically working on have not yet been worked out, but instead of fundraising and drives, the majority of the work would be solely community service based.

“Their goals align with Panhel’s goals because they are local, they have a need for volunteers that can handle around 50 women or more at a time, and the need is year round”, said Williams.
hmatro@lanthorn.com
“”:http://The Panhellenic Association at Grand Valley State University recently took on a new challenge by embracing Family Promise as their new philanthropy outreach.

Family Promise was founded in 1997, and is a Grand Rapids outreach that aims to “provide hospitality to homeless families and keep them together in a time of crisis. We assist families during temporary periods of homelessness, encourage them to create an achievable vision and develop a strong foundation for self-sufficiency,” according to the website. Because homelessness is growing more and more prevalent in the Grand Rapids community, Family Promise is rising to action to address these problems, specifically arising from: Lack of affordable housing, domestic violence, unemployment, lack of education, and family break-ups.

Their goal is to end family homelessness through engaging community and faith-based organizations to end this homelessness “one family at a time”.

Panhel’s community includes over 800 women on GVSU’s campus, and therefore, their last philanthropy, Children’s Enrichment Center, was outgrown and could not accommodate them as an association anymore. To replace them, the women have decided to partner with Family Promise because they need a lot of help – help that Panhel’s woman can provide with their woman-power.

They heard about the organization through a delegate of the Panhellenic Association who had volunteered there before.

While the projects they would specifically working on have not yet been worked out, but instead of fundraising and drives, the majority of the work would be solely community service based.

“Their goals align with Panhel’s goals because they are local, they have a need for volunteers that can handle around 50 women or more at a time, and the need is year round”, said Williams.
hmatro@lanthorn.com
“”:http://www.gvsu.edu/greeklife/pa/The Panhellenic Association at Grand Valley State University recently took on a new challenge by embracing Family Promise as their new philanthropy outreach.

Family Promise was founded in 1997, and is a Grand Rapids outreach that aims to “provide hospitality to homeless families and keep them together in a time of crisis. We assist families during temporary periods of homelessness, encourage them to create an achievable vision and develop a strong foundation for self-sufficiency,” according to the website. Because homelessness is growing more and more prevalent in the Grand Rapids community, Family Promise is rising to action to address these problems, specifically arising from: Lack of affordable housing, domestic violence, unemployment, lack of education, and family break-ups.

Their goal is to end family homelessness through engaging community and faith-based organizations to end this homelessness “one family at a time”.

Panhel’s community includes over 800 women on GVSU’s campus, and therefore, their last philanthropy, Children’s Enrichment Center, was outgrown and could not accommodate them as an association anymore. To replace them, the women have decided to partner with Family Promise because they need a lot of help – help that Panhel’s woman can provide with their woman-power.

They heard about the organization through a delegate of the Panhellenic Association who had volunteered there before.

While the projects they would specifically working on have not yet been worked out, but instead of fundraising and drives, the majority of the work would be solely community service based.

“Their goals align with Panhel’s goals because they are local, they have a need for volunteers that can handle around 50 women or more at a time, and the need is year round”, said Williams.
hmatro@lanthorn.com
“”:http://The Panhellenic Association at Grand Valley State University recently took on a new challenge by embracing Family Promise as their new philanthropy outreach.

Family Promise was founded in 1997, and is a Grand Rapids outreach that aims to “provide hospitality to homeless families and keep them together in a time of crisis. We assist families during temporary periods of homelessness, encourage them to create an achievable vision and develop a strong foundation for self-sufficiency,” according to the website. Because homelessness is growing more and more prevalent in the Grand Rapids community, Family Promise is rising to action to address these problems, specifically arising from: Lack of affordable housing, domestic violence, unemployment, lack of education, and family break-ups.

Their goal is to end family homelessness through engaging community and faith-based organizations to end this homelessness “one family at a time”.

Panhel’s community includes over 800 women on GVSU’s campus, and therefore, their last philanthropy, Children’s Enrichment Center, was outgrown and could not accommodate them as an association anymore. To replace them, the women have decided to partner with Family Promise because they need a lot of help – help that Panhel’s woman can provide with their woman-power.

They heard about the organization through a delegate of the Panhellenic Association who had volunteered there before.

While the projects they would specifically working on have not yet been worked out, but instead of fundraising and drives, the majority of the work would be solely community service based.

“Their goals align with Panhel’s goals because they are local, they have a need for volunteers that can handle around 50 women or more at a time, and the need is year round”, said Williams.
hmatro@lanthorn.com
“”:http://www.gvsu.edu/greeklife/pa/The Panhellenic Association at Grand Valley State University recently took on a new challenge by embracing Family Promise as their new philanthropy outreach.

Family Promise was founded in 1997, and is a Grand Rapids outreach that aims to “provide hospitality to homeless families and keep them together in a time of crisis. We assist families during temporary periods of homelessness, encourage them to create an achievable vision and develop a strong foundation for self-sufficiency,” according to the website. Because homelessness is growing more and more prevalent in the Grand Rapids community, Family Promise is rising to action to address these problems, specifically arising from: Lack of affordable housing, domestic violence, unemployment, lack of education, and family break-ups.

Their goal is to end family homelessness through engaging community and faith-based organizations to end this homelessness “one family at a time”.

Panhel’s community includes over 800 women on GVSU’s campus, and therefore, their last philanthropy, Children’s Enrichment Center, was outgrown and could not accommodate them as an association anymore. To replace them, the women have decided to partner with Family Promise because they need a lot of help – help that Panhel’s woman can provide with their woman-power.

They heard about the organization through a delegate of the Panhellenic Association who had volunteered there before.

While the projects they would specifically working on have not yet been worked out, but instead of fundraising and drives, the majority of the work would be solely community service based.

“Their goals align with Panhel’s goals because they are local, they have a need for volunteers that can handle around 50 women or more at a time, and the need is year round”, said Williams.
hmatro@lanthorn.com
“”:http://The Panhellenic Association at Grand Valley State University recently took on a new challenge by embracing Family Promise as their new philanthropy outreach.

Family Promise was founded in 1997, and is a Grand Rapids outreach that aims to “provide hospitality to homeless families and keep them together in a time of crisis. We assist families during temporary periods of homelessness, encourage them to create an achievable vision and develop a strong foundation for self-sufficiency,” according to the website. Because homelessness is growing more and more prevalent in the Grand Rapids community, Family Promise is rising to action to address these problems, specifically arising from: Lack of affordable housing, domestic violence, unemployment, lack of education, and family break-ups.

Their goal is to end family homelessness through engaging community and faith-based organizations to end this homelessness “one family at a time”.

Panhel’s community includes over 800 women on GVSU’s campus, and therefore, their last philanthropy, Children’s Enrichment Center, was outgrown and could not accommodate them as an association anymore. To replace them, the women have decided to partner with Family Promise because they need a lot of help – help that Panhel’s woman can provide with their woman-power.

They heard about the organization through a delegate of the Panhellenic Association who had volunteered there before.

While the projects they would specifically working on have not yet been worked out, but instead of fundraising and drives, the majority of the work would be solely community service based.

“Their goals align with Panhel’s goals because they are local, they have a need for volunteers that can handle around 50 women or more at a time, and the need is year round”, said Williams.
hmatro@lanthorn.com
“”:http://www.gvsu.edu/greeklife/pa/The Panhellenic Association at Grand Valley State University recently took on a new challenge by embracing Family Promise as their new philanthropy outreach.

Family Promise was founded in 1997, and is a Grand Rapids outreach that aims to “provide hospitality to homeless families and keep them together in a time of crisis. We assist families during temporary periods of homelessness, encourage them to create an achievable vision and develop a strong foundation for self-sufficiency,” according to the website. Because homelessness is growing more and more prevalent in the Grand Rapids community, Family Promise is rising to action to address these problems, specifically arising from: Lack of affordable housing, domestic violence, unemployment, lack of education, and family break-ups.

Their goal is to end family homelessness through engaging community and faith-based organizations to end this homelessness “one family at a time”.

Panhel’s community includes over 800 women on GVSU’s campus, and therefore, their last philanthropy, Children’s Enrichment Center, was outgrown and could not accommodate them as an association anymore. To replace them, the women have decided to partner with Family Promise because they need a lot of help – help that Panhel’s woman can provide with their woman-power.

They heard about the organization through a delegate of the Panhellenic Association who had volunteered there before.

While the projects they would specifically working on have not yet been worked out, but instead of fundraising and drives, the majority of the work would be solely community service based.

“Their goals align with Panhel’s goals because they are local, they have a need for volunteers that can handle around 50 women or more at a time, and the need is year round”, said Williams.
hmatro@lanthorn.com
“”:http://The Panhellenic Association at Grand Valley State University recently took on a new challenge by embracing Family Promise as their new philanthropy outreach.

Family Promise was founded in 1997, and is a Grand Rapids outreach that aims to “provide hospitality to homeless families and keep them together in a time of crisis. We assist families during temporary periods of homelessness, encourage them to create an achievable vision and develop a strong foundation for self-sufficiency,” according to the website. Because homelessness is growing more and more prevalent in the Grand Rapids community, Family Promise is rising to action to address these problems, specifically arising from: Lack of affordable housing, domestic violence, unemployment, lack of education, and family break-ups.

Their goal is to end family homelessness through engaging community and faith-based organizations to end this homelessness “one family at a time”.

Panhel’s community includes over 800 women on GVSU’s campus, and therefore, their last philanthropy, Children’s Enrichment Center, was outgrown and could not accommodate them as an association anymore. To replace them, the women have decided to partner with Family Promise because they need a lot of help – help that Panhel’s woman can provide with their woman-power.

They heard about the organization through a delegate of the Panhellenic Association who had volunteered there before.

While the projects they would specifically working on have not yet been worked out, but instead of fundraising and drives, the majority of the work would be solely community service based.

“Their goals align with Panhel’s goals because they are local, they have a need for volunteers that can handle around 50 women or more at a time, and the need is year round”, said Williams.
hmatro@lanthorn.com
“”:http://The Panhellenic Association at Grand Valley State University recently took on a new challenge by embracing Family Promise as their new philanthropy outreach.

Family Promise was founded in 1997, and is a Grand Rapids outreach that aims to “provide hospitality to homeless families and keep them together in a time of crisis. We assist families during temporary periods of homelessness, encourage them to create an achievable vision and develop a strong foundation for self-sufficiency,” according to the website. Because homelessness is growing more and more prevalent in the Grand Rapids community, Family Promise is rising to action to address these problems, specifically arising from: Lack of affordable housing, domestic violence, unemployment, lack of education, and family break-ups.

Their goal is to end family homelessness through engaging community and faith-based organizations to end this homelessness “one family at a time”.

Panhel’s community includes over 800 women on GVSU’s campus, and therefore, their last philanthropy, Children’s Enrichment Center, was outgrown and could not accommodate them as an association anymore. To replace them, the women have decided to partner with Family Promise because they need a lot of help – help that Panhel’s woman can provide with their woman-power.

They heard about the organization through a delegate of the Panhellenic Association who had volunteered there before.

While the projects they would specifically working on have not yet been worked out, but instead of fundraising and drives, the majority of the work would be solely community service based.

“Their goals align with Panhel’s goals because they are local, they have a need for volunteers that can handle around 50 women or more at a time, and the need is year round”, said Williams.
hmatro@lanthorn.com
“”:http://The Panhellenic Association at Grand Valley State University recently took on a new challenge by embracing Family Promise as their new philanthropy outreach.

Family Promise was founded in 1997, and is a Grand Rapids outreach that aims to “provide hospitality to homeless families and keep them together in a time of crisis. We assist families during temporary periods of homelessness, encourage them to create an achievable vision and develop a strong foundation for self-sufficiency,” according to the website. Because homelessness is growing more and more prevalent in the Grand Rapids community, Family Promise is rising to action to address these problems, specifically arising from: Lack of affordable housing, domestic violence, unemployment, lack of education, and family break-ups.

Their goal is to end family homelessness through engaging community and faith-based organizations to end this homelessness “one family at a time”.

Panhel’s community includes over 800 women on GVSU’s campus, and therefore, their last philanthropy, Children’s Enrichment Center, was outgrown and could not accommodate them as an association anymore. To replace them, the women have decided to partner with Family Promise because they need a lot of help – help that Panhel’s woman can provide with their woman-power.

They heard about the organization through a delegate of the Panhellenic Association who had volunteered there before.

While the projects they would specifically working on have not yet been worked out, but instead of fundraising and drives, the majority of the work would be solely community service based.

“Their goals align with Panhel’s goals because they are local, they have a need for volunteers that can handle around 50 women or more at a time, and the need is year round”, said Williams.
hmatro@lanthorn.com
“”:http://www.gvsu.edu/greeklife/pa/The Panhellenic Association at Grand Valley State University recently took on a new challenge by embracing Family Promise as their new philanthropy outreach.

Family Promise was founded in 1997, and is a Grand Rapids outreach that aims to “provide hospitality to homeless families and keep them together in a time of crisis. We assist families during temporary periods of homelessness, encourage them to create an achievable vision and develop a strong foundation for self-sufficiency,” according to the website. Because homelessness is growing more and more prevalent in the Grand Rapids community, Family Promise is rising to action to address these problems, specifically arising from: Lack of affordable housing, domestic violence, unemployment, lack of education, and family break-ups.

Their goal is to end family homelessness through engaging community and faith-based organizations to end this homelessness “one family at a time”.

Panhel’s community includes over 800 women on GVSU’s campus, and therefore, their last philanthropy, Children’s Enrichment Center, was outgrown and could not accommodate them as an association anymore. To replace them, the women have decided to partner with Family Promise because they need a lot of help – help that Panhel’s woman can provide with their woman-power.

They heard about the organization through a delegate of the Panhellenic Association who had volunteered there before.

While the projects they would specifically working on have not yet been worked out, but instead of fundraising and drives, the majority of the work would be solely community service based.

“Their goals align with Panhel’s goals because they are local, they have a need for volunteers that can handle around 50 women or more at a time, and the need is year round”, said Williams.
hmatro@lanthorn.com
“”:http://The Panhellenic Association at Grand Valley State University recently took on a new challenge by embracing Family Promise as their new philanthropy outreach.

Family Promise was founded in 1997, and is a Grand Rapids outreach that aims to “provide hospitality to homeless families and keep them together in a time of crisis. We assist families during temporary periods of homelessness, encourage them to create an achievable vision and develop a strong foundation for self-sufficiency,” according to the website. Because homelessness is growing more and more prevalent in the Grand Rapids community, Family Promise is rising to action to address these problems, specifically arising from: Lack of affordable housing, domestic violence, unemployment, lack of education, and family break-ups.

Their goal is to end family homelessness through engaging community and faith-based organizations to end this homelessness “one family at a time”.

Panhel’s community includes over 800 women on GVSU’s campus, and therefore, their last philanthropy, Children’s Enrichment Center, was outgrown and could not accommodate them as an association anymore. To replace them, the women have decided to partner with Family Promise because they need a lot of help – help that Panhel’s woman can provide with their woman-power.

They heard about the organization through a delegate of the Panhellenic Association who had volunteered there before.

While the projects they would specifically working on have not yet been worked out, but instead of fundraising and drives, the majority of the work would be solely community service based.

“Their goals align with Panhel’s goals because they are local, they have a need for volunteers that can handle around 50 women or more at a time, and the need is year round”, said Williams.
hmatro@lanthorn.com
“”:http://www.gvsu.edu/greeklife/pa/The Panhellenic Association at Grand Valley State University recently took on a new challenge by embracing Family Promise as their new philanthropy outreach.

Family Promise was founded in 1997, and is a Grand Rapids outreach that aims to “provide hospitality to homeless families and keep them together in a time of crisis. We assist families during temporary periods of homelessness, encourage them to create an achievable vision and develop a strong foundation for self-sufficiency,” according to the website. Because homelessness is growing more and more prevalent in the Grand Rapids community, Family Promise is rising to action to address these problems, specifically arising from: Lack of affordable housing, domestic violence, unemployment, lack of education, and family break-ups.

Their goal is to end family homelessness through engaging community and faith-based organizations to end this homelessness “one family at a time”.

Panhel’s community includes over 800 women on GVSU’s campus, and therefore, their last philanthropy, Children’s Enrichment Center, was outgrown and could not accommodate them as an association anymore. To replace them, the women have decided to partner with Family Promise because they need a lot of help – help that Panhel’s woman can provide with their woman-power.

They heard about the organization through a delegate of the Panhellenic Association who had volunteered there before.

While the projects they would specifically working on have not yet been worked out, but instead of fundraising and drives, the majority of the work would be solely community service based.

“Their goals align with Panhel’s goals because they are local, they have a need for volunteers that can handle around 50 women or more at a time, and the need is year round”, said Williams.
hmatro@lanthorn.com
“”:http://The Panhellenic Association at Grand Valley State University recently took on a new challenge by embracing Family Promise as their new philanthropy outreach.

Family Promise was founded in 1997, and is a Grand Rapids outreach that aims to “provide hospitality to homeless families and keep them together in a time of crisis. We assist families during temporary periods of homelessness, encourage them to create an achievable vision and develop a strong foundation for self-sufficiency,” according to the website. Because homelessness is growing more and more prevalent in the Grand Rapids community, Family Promise is rising to action to address these problems, specifically arising from: Lack of affordable housing, domestic violence, unemployment, lack of education, and family break-ups.

Their goal is to end family homelessness through engaging community and faith-based organizations to end this homelessness “one family at a time”.

Panhel’s community includes over 800 women on GVSU’s campus, and therefore, their last philanthropy, Children’s Enrichment Center, was outgrown and could not accommodate them as an association anymore. To replace them, the women have decided to partner with Family Promise because they need a lot of help – help that Panhel’s woman can provide with their woman-power.

They heard about the organization through a delegate of the Panhellenic Association who had volunteered there before.

While the projects they would specifically working on have not yet been worked out, but instead of fundraising and drives, the majority of the work would be solely community service based.

“Their goals align with Panhel’s goals because they are local, they have a need for volunteers that can handle around 50 women or more at a time, and the need is year round”, said Williams.
hmatro@lanthorn.com
“”:http://www.gvsu.edu/greeklife/pa/The Panhellenic Association at Grand Valley State University recently took on a new challenge by embracing Family Promise as their new philanthropy outreach.

Family Promise was founded in 1997, and is a Grand Rapids outreach that aims to “provide hospitality to homeless families and keep them together in a time of crisis. We assist families during temporary periods of homelessness, encourage them to create an achievable vision and develop a strong foundation for self-sufficiency,” according to the website. Because homelessness is growing more and more prevalent in the Grand Rapids community, Family Promise is rising to action to address these problems, specifically arising from: Lack of affordable housing, domestic violence, unemployment, lack of education, and family break-ups.

Their goal is to end family homelessness through engaging community and faith-based organizations to end this homelessness “one family at a time”.

Panhel’s community includes over 800 women on GVSU’s campus, and therefore, their last philanthropy, Children’s Enrichment Center, was outgrown and could not accommodate them as an association anymore. To replace them, the women have decided to partner with Family Promise because they need a lot of help – help that Panhel’s woman can provide with their woman-power.

They heard about the organization through a delegate of the Panhellenic Association who had volunteered there before.

While the projects they would specifically working on have not yet been worked out, but instead of fundraising and drives, the majority of the work would be solely community service based.

“Their goals align with Panhel’s goals because they are local, they have a need for volunteers that can handle around 50 women or more at a time, and the need is year round”, said Williams.
hmatro@lanthorn.com
“”:http://The Panhellenic Association at Grand Valley State University recently took on a new challenge by embracing Family Promise as their new philanthropy outreach.

Family Promise was founded in 1997, and is a Grand Rapids outreach that aims to “provide hospitality to homeless families and keep them together in a time of crisis. We assist families during temporary periods of homelessness, encourage them to create an achievable vision and develop a strong foundation for self-sufficiency,” according to the website. Because homelessness is growing more and more prevalent in the Grand Rapids community, Family Promise is rising to action to address these problems, specifically arising from: Lack of affordable housing, domestic violence, unemployment, lack of education, and family break-ups.

Their goal is to end family homelessness through engaging community and faith-based organizations to end this homelessness “one family at a time”.

Panhel’s community includes over 800 women on GVSU’s campus, and therefore, their last philanthropy, Children’s Enrichment Center, was outgrown and could not accommodate them as an association anymore. To replace them, the women have decided to partner with Family Promise because they need a lot of help – help that Panhel’s woman can provide with their woman-power.

They heard about the organization through a delegate of the Panhellenic Association who had volunteered there before.

While the projects they would specifically working on have not yet been worked out, but instead of fundraising and drives, the majority of the work would be solely community service based.

“Their goals align with Panhel’s goals because they are local, they have a need for volunteers that can handle around 50 women or more at a time, and the need is year round”, said Williams.
hmatro@lanthorn.com
“”:http://www.gvsu.edu/greeklife/pa/The Panhellenic Association at Grand Valley State University recently took on a new challenge by embracing Family Promise as their new philanthropy outreach.

Family Promise was founded in 1997, and is a Grand Rapids outreach that aims to “provide hospitality to homeless families and keep them together in a time of crisis. We assist families during temporary periods of homelessness, encourage them to create an achievable vision and develop a strong foundation for self-sufficiency,” according to the website. Because homelessness is growing more and more prevalent in the Grand Rapids community, Family Promise is rising to action to address these problems, specifically arising from: Lack of affordable housing, domestic violence, unemployment, lack of education, and family break-ups.

Their goal is to end family homelessness through engaging community and faith-based organizations to end this homelessness “one family at a time”.

Panhel’s community includes over 800 women on GVSU’s campus, and therefore, their last philanthropy, Children’s Enrichment Center, was outgrown and could not accommodate them as an association anymore. To replace them, the women have decided to partner with Family Promise because they need a lot of help – help that Panhel’s woman can provide with their woman-power.

They heard about the organization through a delegate of the Panhellenic Association who had volunteered there before.

While the projects they would specifically working on have not yet been worked out, but instead of fundraising and drives, the majority of the work would be solely community service based.

“Their goals align with Panhel’s goals because they are local, they have a need for volunteers that can handle around 50 women or more at a time, and the need is year round”, said Williams.
hmatro@lanthorn.com
“”:http://The Panhellenic Association at Grand Valley State University recently took on a new challenge by embracing Family Promise as their new philanthropy outreach.

Family Promise was founded in 1997, and is a Grand Rapids outreach that aims to “provide hospitality to homeless families and keep them together in a time of crisis. We assist families during temporary periods of homelessness, encourage them to create an achievable vision and develop a strong foundation for self-sufficiency,” according to the website. Because homelessness is growing more and more prevalent in the Grand Rapids community, Family Promise is rising to action to address these problems, specifically arising from: Lack of affordable housing, domestic violence, unemployment, lack of education, and family break-ups.

Their goal is to end family homelessness through engaging community and faith-based organizations to end this homelessness “one family at a time”.

Panhel’s community includes over 800 women on GVSU’s campus, and therefore, their last philanthropy, Children’s Enrichment Center, was outgrown and could not accommodate them as an association anymore. To replace them, the women have decided to partner with Family Promise because they need a lot of help – help that Panhel’s woman can provide with their woman-power.

They heard about the organization through a delegate of the Panhellenic Association who had volunteered there before.

While the projects they would specifically working on have not yet been worked out, but instead of fundraising and drives, the majority of the work would be solely community service based.

“Their goals align with Panhel’s goals because they are local, they have a need for volunteers that can handle around 50 women or more at a time, and the need is year round”, said Williams.
hmatro@lanthorn.com
“”:http://www.gvsu.edu/greeklife/pa/The Panhellenic Association at Grand Valley State University recently took on a new challenge by embracing Family Promise as their new philanthropy outreach.

Family Promise was founded in 1997, and is a Grand Rapids outreach that aims to “provide hospitality to homeless families and keep them together in a time of crisis. We assist families during temporary periods of homelessness, encourage them to create an achievable vision and develop a strong foundation for self-sufficiency,” according to the website. Because homelessness is growing more and more prevalent in the Grand Rapids community, Family Promise is rising to action to address these problems, specifically arising from: Lack of affordable housing, domestic violence, unemployment, lack of education, and family break-ups.

Their goal is to end family homelessness through engaging community and faith-based organizations to end this homelessness “one family at a time”.

Panhel’s community includes over 800 women on GVSU’s campus, and therefore, their last philanthropy, Children’s Enrichment Center, was outgrown and could not accommodate them as an association anymore. To replace them, the women have decided to partner with Family Promise because they need a lot of help – help that Panhel’s woman can provide with their woman-power.

They heard about the organization through a delegate of the Panhellenic Association who had volunteered there before.

While the projects they would specifically working on have not yet been worked out, but instead of fundraising and drives, the majority of the work would be solely community service based.

“Their goals align with Panhel’s goals because they are local, they have a need for volunteers that can handle around 50 women or more at a time, and the need is year round”, said Williams.
hmatro@lanthorn.com
“”:http://The Panhellenic Association at Grand Valley State University recently took on a new challenge by embracing Family Promise as their new philanthropy outreach.

Family Promise was founded in 1997, and is a Grand Rapids outreach that aims to “provide hospitality to homeless families and keep them together in a time of crisis. We assist families during temporary periods of homelessness, encourage them to create an achievable vision and develop a strong foundation for self-sufficiency,” according to the website. Because homelessness is growing more and more prevalent in the Grand Rapids community, Family Promise is rising to action to address these problems, specifically arising from: Lack of affordable housing, domestic violence, unemployment, lack of education, and family break-ups.

Their goal is to end family homelessness through engaging community and faith-based organizations to end this homelessness “one family at a time”.

Panhel’s community includes over 800 women on GVSU’s campus, and therefore, their last philanthropy, Children’s Enrichment Center, was outgrown and could not accommodate them as an association anymore. To replace them, the women have decided to partner with Family Promise because they need a lot of help – help that Panhel’s woman can provide with their woman-power.

They heard about the organization through a delegate of the Panhellenic Association who had volunteered there before.

While the projects they would specifically working on have not yet been worked out, but instead of fundraising and drives, the majority of the work would be solely community service based.

“Their goals align with Panhel’s goals because they are local, they have a need for volunteers that can handle around 50 women or more at a time, and the need is year round”, said Williams.
hmatro@lanthorn.com
“”:http://www.gvsu.edu/greeklife/pa/The Panhellenic Association at Grand Valley State University recently took on a new challenge by embracing Family Promise as their new philanthropy outreach.

Family Promise was founded in 1997, and is a Grand Rapids outreach that aims to “provide hospitality to homeless families and keep them together in a time of crisis. We assist families during temporary periods of homelessness, encourage them to create an achievable vision and develop a strong foundation for self-sufficiency,” according to the website. Because homelessness is growing more and more prevalent in the Grand Rapids community, Family Promise is rising to action to address these problems, specifically arising from: Lack of affordable housing, domestic violence, unemployment, lack of education, and family break-ups.

Their goal is to end family homelessness through engaging community and faith-based organizations to end this homelessness “one family at a time”.

Panhel’s community includes over 800 women on GVSU’s campus, and therefore, their last philanthropy, Children’s Enrichment Center, was outgrown and could not accommodate them as an association anymore. To replace them, the women have decided to partner with Family Promise because they need a lot of help – help that Panhel’s woman can provide with their woman-power.

They heard about the organization through a delegate of the Panhellenic Association who had volunteered there before.

While the projects they would specifically working on have not yet been worked out, but instead of fundraising and drives, the majority of the work would be solely community service based.

“Their goals align with Panhel’s goals because they are local, they have a need for volunteers that can handle around 50 women or more at a time, and the need is year round”, said Williams.
hmatro@lanthorn.com
“”:http://The Panhellenic Association at Grand Valley State University recently took on a new challenge by embracing Family Promise as their new philanthropy outreach.

Family Promise was founded in 1997, and is a Grand Rapids outreach that aims to “provide hospitality to homeless families and keep them together in a time of crisis. We assist families during temporary periods of homelessness, encourage them to create an achievable vision and develop a strong foundation for self-sufficiency,” according to the website. Because homelessness is growing more and more prevalent in the Grand Rapids community, Family Promise is rising to action to address these problems, specifically arising from: Lack of affordable housing, domestic violence, unemployment, lack of education, and family break-ups.

Their goal is to end family homelessness through engaging community and faith-based organizations to end this homelessness “one family at a time”.

Panhel’s community includes over 800 women on GVSU’s campus, and therefore, their last philanthropy, Children’s Enrichment Center, was outgrown and could not accommodate them as an association anymore. To replace them, the women have decided to partner with Family Promise because they need a lot of help – help that Panhel’s woman can provide with their woman-power.

They heard about the organization through a delegate of the Panhellenic Association who had volunteered there before.

While the projects they would specifically working on have not yet been worked out, but instead of fundraising and drives, the majority of the work would be solely community service based.

“Their goals align with Panhel’s goals because they are local, they have a need for volunteers that can handle around 50 women or more at a time, and the need is year round”, said Williams.
hmatro@lanthorn.com
“”:http://www.gvsu.edu/greeklife/pa/The Panhellenic Association at Grand Valley State University recently took on a new challenge by embracing Family Promise as their new philanthropy outreach.

Family Promise was founded in 1997, and is a Grand Rapids outreach that aims to “provide hospitality to homeless families and keep them together in a time of crisis. We assist families during temporary periods of homelessness, encourage them to create an achievable vision and develop a strong foundation for self-sufficiency,” according to the website. Because homelessness is growing more and more prevalent in the Grand Rapids community, Family Promise is rising to action to address these problems, specifically arising from: Lack of affordable housing, domestic violence, unemployment, lack of education, and family break-ups.

Their goal is to end family homelessness through engaging community and faith-based organizations to end this homelessness “one family at a time”.

Panhel’s community includes over 800 women on GVSU’s campus, and therefore, their last philanthropy, Children’s Enrichment Center, was outgrown and could not accommodate them as an association anymore. To replace them, the women have decided to partner with Family Promise because they need a lot of help – help that Panhel’s woman can provide with their woman-power.

They heard about the organization through a delegate of the Panhellenic Association who had volunteered there before.

While the projects they would specifically working on have not yet been worked out, but instead of fundraising and drives, the majority of the work would be solely community service based.

“Their goals align with Panhel’s goals because they are local, they have a need for volunteers that can handle around 50 women or more at a time, and the need is year round”, said Williams.
hmatro@lanthorn.com
“”:http://The Panhellenic Association at Grand Valley State University recently took on a new challenge by embracing Family Promise as their new philanthropy outreach.

Family Promise was founded in 1997, and is a Grand Rapids outreach that aims to “provide hospitality to homeless families and keep them together in a time of crisis. We assist families during temporary periods of homelessness, encourage them to create an achievable vision and develop a strong foundation for self-sufficiency,” according to the website. Because homelessness is growing more and more prevalent in the Grand Rapids community, Family Promise is rising to action to address these problems, specifically arising from: Lack of affordable housing, domestic violence, unemployment, lack of education, and family break-ups.

Their goal is to end family homelessness through engaging community and faith-based organizations to end this homelessness “one family at a time”.

Panhel’s community includes over 800 women on GVSU’s campus, and therefore, their last philanthropy, Children’s Enrichment Center, was outgrown and could not accommodate them as an association anymore. To replace them, the women have decided to partner with Family Promise because they need a lot of help – help that Panhel’s woman can provide with their woman-power.

They heard about the organization through a delegate of the Panhellenic Association who had volunteered there before.

While the projects they would specifically working on have not yet been worked out, but instead of fundraising and drives, the majority of the work would be solely community service based.

“Their goals align with Panhel’s goals because they are local, they have a need for volunteers that can handle around 50 women or more at a time, and the need is year round”, said Williams.
hmatro@lanthorn.com
“”:http://The Panhellenic Association at Grand Valley State University recently took on a new challenge by embracing Family Promise as their new philanthropy outreach.

Family Promise was founded in 1997, and is a Grand Rapids outreach that aims to “provide hospitality to homeless families and keep them together in a time of crisis. We assist families during temporary periods of homelessness, encourage them to create an achievable vision and develop a strong foundation for self-sufficiency,” according to the website. Because homelessness is growing more and more prevalent in the Grand Rapids community, Family Promise is rising to action to address these problems, specifically arising from: Lack of affordable housing, domestic violence, unemployment, lack of education, and family break-ups.

Their goal is to end family homelessness through engaging community and faith-based organizations to end this homelessness “one family at a time”.

Panhel’s community includes over 800 women on GVSU’s campus, and therefore, their last philanthropy, Children’s Enrichment Center, was outgrown and could not accommodate them as an association anymore. To replace them, the women have decided to partner with Family Promise because they need a lot of help – help that Panhel’s woman can provide with their woman-power.

They heard about the organization through a delegate of the Panhellenic Association who had volunteered there before.

While the projects they would specifically working on have not yet been worked out, but instead of fundraising and drives, the majority of the work would be solely community service based.

“Their goals align with Panhel’s goals because they are local, they have a need for volunteers that can handle around 50 women or more at a time, and the need is year round”, said Williams.
hmatro@lanthorn.com
“”:http://The Panhellenic Association at Grand Valley State University recently took on a new challenge by embracing Family Promise as their new philanthropy outreach.

Family Promise was founded in 1997, and is a Grand Rapids outreach that aims to “provide hospitality to homeless families and keep them together in a time of crisis. We assist families during temporary periods of homelessness, encourage them to create an achievable vision and develop a strong foundation for self-sufficiency,” according to the website. Because homelessness is growing more and more prevalent in the Grand Rapids community, Family Promise is rising to action to address these problems, specifically arising from: Lack of affordable housing, domestic violence, unemployment, lack of education, and family break-ups.

Their goal is to end family homelessness through engaging community and faith-based organizations to end this homelessness “one family at a time”.

Panhel’s community includes over 800 women on GVSU’s campus, and therefore, their last philanthropy, Children’s Enrichment Center, was outgrown and could not accommodate them as an association anymore. To replace them, the women have decided to partner with Family Promise because they need a lot of help – help that Panhel’s woman can provide with their woman-power.

They heard about the organization through a delegate of the Panhellenic Association who had volunteered there before.

While the projects they would specifically working on have not yet been worked out, but instead of fundraising and drives, the majority of the work would be solely community service based.

“Their goals align with Panhel’s goals because they are local, they have a need for volunteers that can handle around 50 women or more at a time, and the need is year round”, said Williams.
hmatro@lanthorn.com
“”:http://www.gvsu.edu/greeklife/pa/The Panhellenic Association at Grand Valley State University recently took on a new challenge by embracing Family Promise as their new philanthropy outreach.

Family Promise was founded in 1997, and is a Grand Rapids outreach that aims to “provide hospitality to homeless families and keep them together in a time of crisis. We assist families during temporary periods of homelessness, encourage them to create an achievable vision and develop a strong foundation for self-sufficiency,” according to the website. Because homelessness is growing more and more prevalent in the Grand Rapids community, Family Promise is rising to action to address these problems, specifically arising from: Lack of affordable housing, domestic violence, unemployment, lack of education, and family break-ups.

Their goal is to end family homelessness through engaging community and faith-based organizations to end this homelessness “one family at a time”.

Panhel’s community includes over 800 women on GVSU’s campus, and therefore, their last philanthropy, Children’s Enrichment Center, was outgrown and could not accommodate them as an association anymore. To replace them, the women have decided to partner with Family Promise because they need a lot of help – help that Panhel’s woman can provide with their woman-power.

They heard about the organization through a delegate of the Panhellenic Association who had volunteered there before.

While the projects they would specifically working on have not yet been worked out, but instead of fundraising and drives, the majority of the work would be solely community service based.

“Their goals align with Panhel’s goals because they are local, they have a need for volunteers that can handle around 50 women or more at a time, and the need is year round”, said Williams.
hmatro@lanthorn.com
“”:http://The Panhellenic Association at Grand Valley State University recently took on a new challenge by embracing Family Promise as their new philanthropy outreach.

Family Promise was founded in 1997, and is a Grand Rapids outreach that aims to “provide hospitality to homeless families and keep them together in a time of crisis. We assist families during temporary periods of homelessness, encourage them to create an achievable vision and develop a strong foundation for self-sufficiency,” according to the website. Because homelessness is growing more and more prevalent in the Grand Rapids community, Family Promise is rising to action to address these problems, specifically arising from: Lack of affordable housing, domestic violence, unemployment, lack of education, and family break-ups.

Their goal is to end family homelessness through engaging community and faith-based organizations to end this homelessness “one family at a time”.

Panhel’s community includes over 800 women on GVSU’s campus, and therefore, their last philanthropy, Children’s Enrichment Center, was outgrown and could not accommodate them as an association anymore. To replace them, the women have decided to partner with Family Promise because they need a lot of help – help that Panhel’s woman can provide with their woman-power.

They heard about the organization through a delegate of the Panhellenic Association who had volunteered there before.

While the projects they would specifically working on have not yet been worked out, but instead of fundraising and drives, the majority of the work would be solely community service based.

“Their goals align with Panhel’s goals because they are local, they have a need for volunteers that can handle around 50 women or more at a time, and the need is year round”, said Williams.
hmatro@lanthorn.com
“”:http://www.gvsu.edu/greeklife/pa/The Panhellenic Association at Grand Valley State University recently took on a new challenge by embracing Family Promise as their new philanthropy outreach.

Family Promise was founded in 1997, and is a Grand Rapids outreach that aims to “provide hospitality to homeless families and keep them together in a time of crisis. We assist families during temporary periods of homelessness, encourage them to create an achievable vision and develop a strong foundation for self-sufficiency,” according to the website. Because homelessness is growing more and more prevalent in the Grand Rapids community, Family Promise is rising to action to address these problems, specifically arising from: Lack of affordable housing, domestic violence, unemployment, lack of education, and family break-ups.

Their goal is to end family homelessness through engaging community and faith-based organizations to end this homelessness “one family at a time”.

Panhel’s community includes over 800 women on GVSU’s campus, and therefore, their last philanthropy, Children’s Enrichment Center, was outgrown and could not accommodate them as an association anymore. To replace them, the women have decided to partner with Family Promise because they need a lot of help – help that Panhel’s woman can provide with their woman-power.

They heard about the organization through a delegate of the Panhellenic Association who had volunteered there before.

While the projects they would specifically working on have not yet been worked out, but instead of fundraising and drives, the majority of the work would be solely community service based.

“Their goals align with Panhel’s goals because they are local, they have a need for volunteers that can handle around 50 women or more at a time, and the need is year round”, said Williams.
hmatro@lanthorn.com
“”:http://The Panhellenic Association at Grand Valley State University recently took on a new challenge by embracing Family Promise as their new philanthropy outreach.

Family Promise was founded in 1997, and is a Grand Rapids outreach that aims to “provide hospitality to homeless families and keep them together in a time of crisis. We assist families during temporary periods of homelessness, encourage them to create an achievable vision and develop a strong foundation for self-sufficiency,” according to the website. Because homelessness is growing more and more prevalent in the Grand Rapids community, Family Promise is rising to action to address these problems, specifically arising from: Lack of affordable housing, domestic violence, unemployment, lack of education, and family break-ups.

Their goal is to end family homelessness through engaging community and faith-based organizations to end this homelessness “one family at a time”.

Panhel’s community includes over 800 women on GVSU’s campus, and therefore, their last philanthropy, Children’s Enrichment Center, was outgrown and could not accommodate them as an association anymore. To replace them, the women have decided to partner with Family Promise because they need a lot of help – help that Panhel’s woman can provide with their woman-power.

They heard about the organization through a delegate of the Panhellenic Association who had volunteered there before.

While the projects they would specifically working on have not yet been worked out, but instead of fundraising and drives, the majority of the work would be solely community service based.

“Their goals align with Panhel’s goals because they are local, they have a need for volunteers that can handle around 50 women or more at a time, and the need is year round”, said Williams.
hmatro@lanthorn.com
“”:http://www.gvsu.edu/greeklife/pa/The Panhellenic Association at Grand Valley State University recently took on a new challenge by embracing Family Promise as their new philanthropy outreach.

Family Promise was founded in 1997, and is a Grand Rapids outreach that aims to “provide hospitality to homeless families and keep them together in a time of crisis. We assist families during temporary periods of homelessness, encourage them to create an achievable vision and develop a strong foundation for self-sufficiency,” according to the website. Because homelessness is growing more and more prevalent in the Grand Rapids community, Family Promise is rising to action to address these problems, specifically arising from: Lack of affordable housing, domestic violence, unemployment, lack of education, and family break-ups.

Their goal is to end family homelessness through engaging community and faith-based organizations to end this homelessness “one family at a time”.

Panhel’s community includes over 800 women on GVSU’s campus, and therefore, their last philanthropy, Children’s Enrichment Center, was outgrown and could not accommodate them as an association anymore. To replace them, the women have decided to partner with Family Promise because they need a lot of help – help that Panhel’s woman can provide with their woman-power.

They heard about the organization through a delegate of the Panhellenic Association who had volunteered there before.

While the projects they would specifically working on have not yet been worked out, but instead of fundraising and drives, the majority of the work would be solely community service based.

“Their goals align with Panhel’s goals because they are local, they have a need for volunteers that can handle around 50 women or more at a time, and the need is year round”, said Williams.
hmatro@lanthorn.com
“”:http://The Panhellenic Association at Grand Valley State University recently took on a new challenge by embracing Family Promise as their new philanthropy outreach.

Family Promise was founded in 1997, and is a Grand Rapids outreach that aims to “provide hospitality to homeless families and keep them together in a time of crisis. We assist families during temporary periods of homelessness, encourage them to create an achievable vision and develop a strong foundation for self-sufficiency,” according to the website. Because homelessness is growing more and more prevalent in the Grand Rapids community, Family Promise is rising to action to address these problems, specifically arising from: Lack of affordable housing, domestic violence, unemployment, lack of education, and family break-ups.

Their goal is to end family homelessness through engaging community and faith-based organizations to end this homelessness “one family at a time”.

Panhel’s community includes over 800 women on GVSU’s campus, and therefore, their last philanthropy, Children’s Enrichment Center, was outgrown and could not accommodate them as an association anymore. To replace them, the women have decided to partner with Family Promise because they need a lot of help – help that Panhel’s woman can provide with their woman-power.

They heard about the organization through a delegate of the Panhellenic Association who had volunteered there before.

While the projects they would specifically working on have not yet been worked out, but instead of fundraising and drives, the majority of the work would be solely community service based.

“Their goals align with Panhel’s goals because they are local, they have a need for volunteers that can handle around 50 women or more at a time, and the need is year round”, said Williams.
hmatro@lanthorn.com



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