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Transforming the lives of families experiencing homelessness.

Family Promise is a community-based approach to solving homelessness, engaging both the local community as well as faith-based organizations in an effort to effectively remedy family homelessness.  Families in our program receive a full complement of resources, support, and training as they work towards their own stability and self-reliance.

Don't miss our upcoming Pickleball Fundraiser!


Join us for an exciting pickleball tournament to fight family homelessness. All skill levels welcome!

Why We Do What We Do

Homeless families are often hidden from our view—they are living in shelters, cars, campgrounds, or doubled up in overcrowded apartments. The following statistics reveal the harsh reality of homelessness among children and families in the U.S.

An estimated

2.5 million

children experience homelessness each year in America. 35% of all homeless persons are families with children.

In the U.S.

1 in 6

children under age 18, or 13 million, live in poverty. One in 30 children in the United States experience homelessness annually.

There are only


affordable and available rental units for every 100 Los Angeles households earning at or below 50% of the area’s median income.

How We Serve Our Families

Family Promise is committed to helping families experiencing homelessness achieve lasting independence through a variety of services and programs.


We provide a variety of strategies to keep families housed, including rental assistance, landlord mediation, and community-based approaches.


Homelessness has many causes and housing stability involves many solutions - workforce development, partners in housing, financial capability, and health and wellness. 

How You Can Help

Help homeless and low-income families regain their independence. We offer many opportunities to make a difference in the lives of the families we serve.

"One of the families here told me how much you guys really care about us here and how much you want to make sure we have the resources we need. When I saw that you lived that out, I realized that I could trust the team at Family Promise."

Family Promise of the South Bay Graduate

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