Family Promise of the Palouse is getting ready for the 3rd Annual Cardboard Box City 2015. Save the date in your calendar for Friday October 2, 2015.
THIS non-profit IS making a difference.
27 Families Hosted at FPP 79 Individuals and 42 Children
Thanks to all of our Volunteers and our Local Congregations, FPP has provided over 10,065 bed nights and over 3,355 meals.
Poverty does not have much of a face in Moscow and Pullman: teachers, hospitals, and social service providers see it, but most of us do not.
This year’s cardboard box city invites clubs, scouts, church groups, sororities, fraternities—even courageous businesses—to experience a night in a box without the comforts of home. (Family Promise provides food, music, and entertainment to jazz up the night, and breakfast the next morning.) The boxes are very creatively decorated. There are also fun prizes.