Many thanks to our special supporters!

Family Promise SGV is so grateful for our friends and partners in the community. In recent months we’ve been blessed by a number of generous gifts and special visits.


Naomi Hiraga, owner of Curves Alhambra

Community Bank: Ed Morales, an employee and member of our Board, arranged for FPSGV to be a beneficiary of the company’s Jeans Day. Throughout 2017, employees at 17 branches donated $2 to wear jeans on Fridays, raising $11,065 for several charities.

Curves Alhambra: Owner Naomi Hiraga held a holiday drive to collect new towels and linens, personal care products, and financial gifts. She provided a wonderful surprise when she arrived at FPSGV with all the beautiful gifts.


HealthCare Partners presents a check to FPSGV's Karen Roberson (in red). Front row from left:
Edith, Virginia, and Willie from HCP; FPSGV board member Joe Gardner; congregation volunteers Connie Wortham and Jill Schofield. Back row: volunteers Dawn and Rick Pino.

HealthCare Partners: A team from HCP dined with our guest families at Sierra Madre United Methodist and presented a check for $650 to Family Promise.

One West Bank: During its holiday Share the Warmth drive, One West branches collected warm clothes and personal care items for FPSGV and other area Family Promise affiliates throughout the San Gabriel Valley. Employees from the Hastings Ranch branch also brought dessert and visited with our families.


Joel brings holiday gifts and encouragement for our current guest families.

Joel and Jessica: A family who graduated from our program, Joel and Jessica continue giving back to FPSGV. For the second time, they visited our current families during the holidays with gifts for the children and encouragement for the families.


Temple City church members present loads of holiday Angel Gifts to FPSGV staffer Andrew (left).

Temple City United Methodist: Congregation members brought Angel Gifts they collected for our guest families at Christmastime.

On behalf of our guest families, our heartfelt thanks to all of you for caring for those in need in the San Gabriel Valley!