Wednesday, June 12, 2024

Our Story

The Interfaith Hospitality Network (IHN program (now known as Family Promise®) began in Union County, New Jersey in 1988 in response to the growing number of families experiencing homelessness that were seeking shelter and support services. Based on this model, a number of communities have successfully implemented IHN programs for families experiencing homelessness. Currently, there are nearly 200 Networks throughout the United States and others under development. Including Moore County, there are eight Networks in North Carolina.

Family Promise® of Moore County opened its doors to families experiencing homelessness in January of 2000. For many years, FPMC followed the national model of using churches for overnight lodging, congregations for volunteers, social service agencies for referrals and an existing facility for a day center.

However, in 2016, Family Promise® of Moore County purchased a 3,500 square foot home located at 400 Saunders Boulevard in Aberdeen, NC. The home has five bedrooms and 6-1/2 bathrooms, kitchen, dining room, play room, den, laundry and a fenced in playground. It also has office space for staff.

The shelter is supported by volunteers from 17 area congregations and organizations. These volunteers perform a variety of duties including preparing an evening meal, spending time in fellowship with the families and spending the night, to ensure the comfort and safety of all.

Tired little camper safe in Mother's arms

Peggy Hendrix

Executive Director

400 Saunders Blvd
Aberdeen, NC 28315

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 1173,
Aberdeen, NC 28315

 910 944 7149

Office Hours

Monday - Friday:
   9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday:    Closed 
Sunday:    Closed 

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An affiliate of Family Promise
Family Promise® is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt charitable organization.