The SFP Campaign for a New Day Center: Guiding Families Home
is currently under way
ZBA Hearing Update: DATE CHANGE
SFP’s continuance at the Exeter ZBA meeting has been moved from this Thursday, October 2 to Tuesday, November 18 at 7PM. We are grateful to everyone who has voiced their support with letters and calls. With the extra time, we will gratefully accept additional letters to present in our package to the ZBA board. If you haven’t written yet, and would like to do so, please do. Letters may be mailed to Pati Frew-Waters, Executive Director, SFP, PO Box 233, Stratham, NH, 03885. You may also email Pati at email@example.com.
Our vision for a new Day Center is one that will give us at least twice the space we currently have in the basement of the Stratham Community Church. Families and staff will have room to work together more effectively, with separate spaces for meetings, napping children, job search, food preparation, homework, and play. Outdoor space will be landscaped for gardens and an enclosed playground. Our program will remain exactly as it is now, just with more space to breathe.
We thank you for sharing the mission and vision of SFP, and your support of our work, with others. We are truly a caring community. We will keep you updated on how we can continue to work together in fulfilling the mission of Seacoast Family Promise.
Every good wish,
Karey Kelly Pati Frew-Waters
President, SFP Board of Directors SFP Executive Director
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Guiding Families Home
Our Mission…Is to empower families experiencing homelessness to achieve lasting self-sufficiency.
Our Vision… Seacoast Family Promise envisions a community in which every family has a home, a livelihood, and a chance to build a better future together.
What We Do…As a New Hampshire 501(c)(3) nonprofit, serving local families with children under the age of 18 experiencing homelessness, Seacoast Family Promise understands that the problem of poverty is complex. It won’t yield to a simple solution or a quick fix. It requires an integrated approach that begins with meeting immediate needs but reaches much further to help people achieve lasting self-sufficiency.
By offering compassionate guidance, shelter, and education through an overnight hospitality network of local faith congregations and community partners, our goal is to strengthen families and our community.
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