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Kandi Furphy shares about herself and her interest in serving with Family Promise here in Laramie.
Come see the Women of Courage Quilt on July 15 at the Alice Hardy Stevens Center.
An update on Family Promise activities in Albany County.
Family Promise of Albany County received a $7,500 donation from the UW Ethics Club. This post describes the application and presentation process as well as the Club's purpose.
Find out what FPAC has been up to the last several months!
Wyoming Community Foundation awarded a $5,000 to FPAC.
Family Promise of Albany County began serving its first family on March 18. Here is how the community has rallied to support our efforts!
Learn about the Family Promise of Albany County "Women of Courage" quilt raffle!
Whether you attended this Italian dinner fundraiser or missed out, this is a good description of what happened and what it means for our organization.
Ava O'Hollearn, Executive Director, and Crystal Deboer, VISTA member, are the new Family Promise of Albany County staff members.
A thank you to the Walmart Foundation and local Laramie Walmart store for awarding a Community Grant to Family Promise of Albany County.
Family Promise of Albany County is currently seeking an Executive Director. Please see details for job description and how to apply.
While Laramie already supports many social service organizations, Family Promise of Albany County offers unique and needed services. Our cost-effective model is a wise investment!
FPAC held a community meeting on November 14. This is what you missed!
A community member's response to and initiative for Family Promise of Albany County.
An explanation of the dire need of services provided by Family Promise of Albany County.
One of our early donors explains her reasons for giving