Join The Promise

The Promise is our dedicated, passionate community of monthly givers. This community believes in helping children and their families in Cobb County journey out of homelessness. Their recurring gifts help their neighbors achieve stable housing and independence.

“Helping to keep someone else from being homeless is as important as paying my own house payment, so automatically taking care of them both works for me.”

– Karen Humphreys (Monthly Giver, FP Volunteer, Cobb County Teacher)

Your membership in The Promise delivers the promise of HOPE to our community of families. Our families know that they are not alone and that we are all in this together! Your monthly investment helps us deliver a consistent program that our families can depend on!

$ 10 a month | $120 a yearProvides storage totes and pillows for a family of 4.
$ 20 a month | $240 a yearProvides gas cards for parents to get to appointments, interviews, and jobs.
$ 50 a month | $600 a yearProvides for a one week hotel stay for a family.
$100 a month | $1,200 a year Provides for two months of transitional housing rent.

Join today by clicking the ‘Join The Promise’ button to set up a monthly recurring donation online. Select the monthly amount you wish to donate and press ‘continue”. You will be given the option of donating directly through your bank or with a credit card. We use Stripe as our payment processor. Our system will automatically set up the monthly donations to be charged each month on the same day as your original transaction. With each monthly transaction, you will automatically receive a donation receipt by email. You can increase, reduce, change your charge day, or cancel your monthly donation anytime. If you need additional assistance, don’t hesitate to contact Another option is to mail a monthly check or set it up as a bill payment through your bank. 

Your membership is an investment in a child’s future!

88% of the families we serve graduate successfully into their own housing with savings.

75% of our graduates have remained housed after one year.