March 2016 Newsletter


Great Give

GreatGiveDear Friends of Family Promise,

On May 3rd, from midnight to midnight, Family Promise of South Palm Beach County is participating in the Great Give Palm Beach & Martin Counties, a 24-hour online giving event led by the Community Foundation for Palm Beach & Martin Counties and United Way.

Great Give will raise as much money as possible for local nonprofits in 24 hours as part of a national program “Give Local America”. This is our first year participating and we hope to “knock it out of the ballpark”.


Each donation made during the 24 hours will be amplified by bonus pool dollars and hourly prizes!

Your donation will go a long way in helping us support our rent supplements for our graduate families. Please consider donating to
Family Promise through: this link [] on May 3rd midnight to midnight.

24 hours can change our community.


Kokie Dinnan
Executive Director
Family Promise of South Palm Beach County

Putt’N Around Mini-Golf Event


Sounds of Promise 2016

St. Gregory’s Episcopal Church hosted the 4th annual “Sounds of Promise,” (1/31/16) an interfaith concert raising funds for Family Promise of South Palm Beach County, a local non-profit dedicated to empowering families making their transition from homelessness to sustainable independence.

Referred to as “an unusual example of religious cooperation among three faiths” by the Sun Sentinel, Family Promise SPBC unites this diverse group of volunteers “responding to God’s call to help the most vulnerable among us,” according to Reverend Andrew Sherman, the driving force behind the local affiliate, and MC of this year’s concert. The volunteers represent nineteen different houses of worship. Mayor Haynie of Boca Raton attended to share her support this wonderful cause.

Tim Brumfield, Director of Music and Organist at St. Gregory’s, opened the concert with “Overture” which set the harmonious tone for the afternoon.  The event featured a variety of performances including several church choirs, B’nai Torah Congregational Choir, Banyan Creek Elementary Drumline and readings from The Islamic Center Boca Raton.  The Grand Finale “We are the World” was led by Lisa McKenzie from Abundant Life Christian Center as the audience stretched across the aisles to join hands.

Kokie Dinnan, Executive Director, reflects, “I believe that Family Promise brings our faith community together to serve the most vulnerable children and their families experiencing homelessness.”

To learn more, make a donation or volunteer, please visit Family Promise SPBC’s website or call (561) 265-3370.

Sun Sentinel Article on Sounds of Promise 2016

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Sounds of Promise in Sun-Sentinel


Sounds of Promise Jan 31, 2016

Click Here to Donate or to get Tickets Online

Back to Woodstock 2015

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Take a step back in time to 1969…Remember the days of flower power, tye dye, great music, peace and togetherness? If this sounds intriguing come join us as we relive a blast from the past…

Back to Woodstock 2015 is a fundraising event on Friday, June 19th starting at 7:00 pm., at Delray Elks Lodge, 265 NE 4th Avenue, Delray Beach.

This event is sponsored by the Delray Beach Initiative group.

You may purchase your ticket(s) on line at:

Or you may call Elida Barrios at (561) 265-3370 x103.

Family Promise Easter 2015

Family Promise Sensitivity Training – How Can I Help?

How Can I Help?
Volunteer Training