On a mission to help homeless and low income families achieve sustainable housing through a community based response.
First, we would like to start off and thank you for an amazing relaunch year and wish you all a happy and prosperous new year! Your dedication and compassion to our mission has made what we do possible as our successes are greater than we could have imagined.
We are starting the year off strong as we are graduating more families into permanent housing along with connecting our guests with additional resources to ensure their future success as we continue to address those issues faced by low income and homeless families in our community.
Now that we have a successful quarter in the books, we are actively engaging our community partners and congregations to grow and serve more families. More importantly we are getting and keeping children off the streets. Just a few months ago many questioned the viability of our program but our work is speaking for itself and soon FPPC will be a standard bearer in Diversion, Prevention, and Shelter Services in Pinellas County.
From the depths of our hearts, Donna and I sincerely thank you and we are excited about the future events that will lead to more opportunities for our families.
Denis M. Sousa, M.S.
Collaborating with our community provides the support and resources families in crisis need to put themselves on a path towards long-term housing stability.
Our vision is that every family in Pinellas County has safe affordable housing and the resource to achieve self-sufficiency and lasting independence.
FPPC would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge and thank St. Pete Vineyard for their continued support of our Mission in serving Pinellas County's homeless and at risk families. During their host week, 154 volunteer hours along with 727.00 of In-Kind Food was donated.
Your financial contribution will help us continue to serve children and families in Pinellas County who need us the most! We appreciate any support you are able to offer!