The new home of Seacoast Family Promise, a non profit organization that helps homeless families is at 27 Hampton Road in Exeter. Deb Cram/Seacoastonline

The new home of Seacoast Family Promise is at 27 Hampton Road in Exeter.
Deb Cram/Seacoastonline

The SFP Campaign for a New Day Center is currently under way.


Guiding Families Home

Our Mission… The mission of Seacoast Family Promise is to empower families with children experiencing homelessness to achieve sustainable independence through a community-based response.

Our Vision… We envision a community in which every family has a home, a livelihood, and the foundation on which 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.


SFP is proud to have been chosen as the 2016 charity of choice by the

Seacoast Board of Realtors!seacoast_landing

Thank You to Our Generous Donors:

James and Ellen Labrie -Donna Lewallen – Laurie Loosigian -Shramko Family – Doreen and Kevin Carson – Marilyn Smyk – Ronald Freeze – Anna Pike – Hillary Clark – Jeannie Pichini – Richard Sargeant – Mary McGee -Debra Eaton – Susan Masterson – Suzi MacDonald -Gail Kennedy -The Josephine Lamprey Fund – Patricia MacMullen – Abraham Burtman Charity Trust – Café Nostimo – Helen and Richard Kruppa – Ceres Bakery – Jane Bruno – Common Man – Jennifer and Todd Hedges – Demeters Steakhouse – Lou Altman and Amy Pruszenski – Flatbread – Bauman Family Foundation – Jumpin Jay’s Fish Café – Kevin Baringer – Kilwins – Bergeron Family Trust – Portsmouth Brewery – River House – Elizabeth and Peter Derby – Rudi’s Portsmouth – Sweet Street Desserts – Peter Thomas, DVM – Country View – Trader Joe’s – Granite United Way – Tripoli Bakery – Amy and Steven Halloran – Abbot Financial Management, Inc. – Janice Healy – Better Homes and Garden Masiello Group– Stratham – K. Robert Hollister – Access Sports Medicine – Dawn and Jim Huebner – Berwick Academy – Norma Gervis – Colliers International NH – Susan Johnson – Cuzin Richard Entertainment – Susan and James Rogers – Edward Jones-Edward Miller – Diane Mix – First Colebrook Bank – Debra Hill – Greater Seacoast UJA – Holly Schaefer – Greenland Veterans – Greenland Women’s Club – Holy Rosary Credit Union – Nvest Financial Group – Paxworld Investments – PCS, LLC – Children’s Peacemaking with Marie – E & R Cleaners – Exeter Events & Tents – Phillips Exeter Academy – Periwinkles – Personal Touch – Piscataqua Savings Bank – RiverWoods – 5th Grade Students Berwick Academy – Tobey and Merrill – Holmes and Ellis, PLLC – NH Bishop’s Charitable – Assistance Fund – Fran Berman – Rochester Rotary – Judy Clark – Portsmouth Elks Club #97 – Carol and Paul Sanderson – Ann & Greg Hopkins – Helen Huffaker – Susan Burke – Seacoast Machine Co, LLC – Cogswell Benevolent Trust – Town of Rye – North Church of Portsmouth – The Community Church of Durham – Saint Theresa’s Church – Unitarian Universalist Church of Portsmouth – Bottomline Technologies – Town of Exeter – Portsmouth Rotary Club – Flagg Law, PLLC – Thomas and Patricia Flaherty – Rolling Green Nursery

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The 2015 Annual Report is available here.

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