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Provide Housing

There are many different ways that we've seen groups and individuals actually provide temporary housing for our guests. Here are just a few ideas to help you get started. If you have questions about any of these options, we're here to help. Click here to email Jeff, our Development and Communications Director.

Are You a Landlord?

If you own a rental property in the Triangle and you would like to use it to help families experiencing homelessness, we would love to talk with you about several options including using the unit for transitional housing, master leasing, or rapid rehousing. Click here to email RaShawn, our Program Director, if you have any questions.

Are You a Faith Community?

Many faith communities have extra or underutilized space on their campuses that they've converted into shelter space for families experiencing homelessness. Some even have empty parsonages, rectories, or residences. If you'd like to learn more about how your faith community can set up space to use as an emergency shelter, click here to email Jeff, our Development and Communications Director.

Bequests

You can leave Family Promise of the Triangle a legacy gift if you will. However, you may also choose to leave us your house to be used as temporary housing for a family in need. If you have any questions about legacy gifts, click here to email Jeff, our Development and Communications Director.

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