(Courtesy Photo)

(Courtesy Photo)

Family Promise of Juneau receives $3,500 donation

Family Promise of Juneau Executive Director Joann Flora and Board Chairperson Tari Stage-Harvey receive a check for $3,500 from the Episcopal Deanery of Southeast Alaska Dean Robert Coghill and Ann Gifford, Senior Warden of Holy Trinity Church to assist with the organization’s start up costs.

Family Promise of Juneau will operate using a nationally successful model to provide transitional housing for families moving from homelessness to permanent housing. Fifteen of Juneau’s faith communities have joined together to initiate operations in mid-March.

For more information, go to familypromisejuneau.org or contact Joann at 500-3032.

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