Back to the 80's for Family Promise

Back to the 80 's for Family Promise. Please join us for a fun night out to support Family Promise and their work to help homeless families have a better future.   

Today Family Promise comprises more than 200 Affiliates in 43 states and engages 200,000 volunteers nationwide.   Since our inception in 1988, Family Promise has served more than 825,000 people-93,000 just last year. 

Contact Information
  1. Corina Borg
  2. 908-273-1100 ext 114
  3. cborg@familypromise.org
Sat, January 26
8:00 pm — 11:00 pm
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Back to the 80 's for Family Promise. Please join us for a fun night out to support Family Promise and their work to help homeless families have a better future.

Today Family Promise comprises more than 200 Affiliates in 43 states and engages 200,000 volunteers nationwide. Since our inception in 1988, Family Promise has served more than 825,000 people-93,000 just last year.

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Summit, NJ 07901

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