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Family Promise Verdugos Empty Bowl 2014

June 30, 2014

 

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FLICKR PHOTO Album | FACEBOOK PHOTO Album | Family Promise Verdugos

The Family Promise of the Verdugos 2014 Empty Bowl event raised a record $20,000 this month.  Big Thanks to all the volunteer teams that served, the potters that created all the beautiful bowls, the congregation that provided the lovely space, the artists that donated their talents for the art sale, the baskets and items in them that were donated, the musicians that blessed us with their talents, the FPV Board and Empty Bowl committee members that made this all happen, and all that came and enjoyed a wonderful bowl of soup, breads and desserts donated by our wonderful local restaurants. FPV thank all our sponsors and donors that gave cash donations. AMAZING JOB!

Family Promise 2014 Empty Bowl

April 5, 2014

Family Promise of the Verdugos 2014 Empty Bowl fundraiser for homeless:

SUN, June 1st from 11:30-2:30 @ First United Methodist Church of Glendale

More Info & Tickets: http://www.FamilyPromiseVerdugos.org

* Family Promise hiatus – Announcement Letter | Burbank Leader story *

Family Promise Verdugos (x-ESFV) Corporate Video. Chapters: Homeless Intro; Jaci Intro (01:41); Mission (01:56); Population Served (02:47); Inter-Faith Hospitality Network (05:20); IFHN Participant’s Experiences (06:14); Success Stories (07:36); Fundraising Events (10:53); How Can I Help (12:09); Host Testimonials (12:58); Supporter Testimonials (16:23); Participant Call to Action (17:31).

In Memory: Christopher Wilke

March 25, 2014

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Our condolences and prayers to the Wilke family. May God wrap his arms around you as he embraces your Son in Heaven. – Eric, Gloria & Jasmine.

Links: FaceBook Pic/Comments | Team Christopher FaceBook page | Tribute Album | Donations (via Talbert Family Foundation) | Wilke Walk Fundraiser @ Jordan | Burbank Leader story 2 – story 1

Services: see below Announcement c/o Team Christopher

Everyone is invited to join us in the celebration of Christopher’s life. We are requesting that NO BLACK is worn at the services. Please wear attire of how you knew Christopher; baseball uniform, Scout uniform, school colors, train shirt, or something from one of his favorite activities. A Rosary and Vigil will be held on Thursday, March 27 @ 7pm. His Funeral Mass will be held on Friday, March 28 @ 1pm. There will be a reception at the conclusion of the mass in the courtyard across the street. Both services will be held at St. Robert Bellarmine Church, 133 N. Fifth Street, Burbank, CA 91501. Parking will be limited, so please use the public lots below Glenoaks Blvd. and around City Hall.

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Family Promise ESFV – Spring 2013 update

April 20, 2013


Family Promise 2012 Box City Fundraiser

October 1, 2012

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Photos from Family Promise of ESFV Cardboard Box City Fundraiser held at the Glendale Church of Christ. PHOTOBUCKET Photos | FACEBOOK Photos

Family Promise 2012 Box City Fundraiser

September 25, 2012

The 4th Annual Cardboard Box City, benefiting Family Promise of East San Fernando Valley, is scheduled for Saturday, September 29 at 2:00 p.m. until 7:00 a.m. on Sunday, September 30 in the parking lot of the Glendale Church of Christ, located at 2021 W. Glenoaks Blvd., Glendale. This annual event shines a spotlight on the plight of homeless families in our community while giving participants an opportunity to see what it’s like to spend the night without a roof over their heads.

Prospective residents pay a minimum of $15 per person ($10 per person for groups of 10+) to sleep overnight at Cardboard Box City including dinner and a movie. In addition, participants are encouraged to get pledges from their friends, family and co-workers much like a walk-a-thon. Prizes will be awarded for the most creative dwelling and most money raised by an individual. The top fundraiser will be named Mayor of Box City and receive the Key to the City.

Cardboard Box City is open to all ages and affiliations. Service organizations, school service clubs and youth groups are encouraged to use this event as a community service and service-learning project. The activities and entertainment will be geared for families, and participants will sleep outdoors in a secure area. A minimum of one adult for five youth under the age of 18 is required. Bring your own cardboard box home or a pop-up tent (no stakes). There will be a carnival (extra charge), activities, entertainment and food for participants.

For Cardboard Box City pledge and consent forms and other information, visit:

http://www.familypromiseesfv.org/events/cardboard_box_city.html,

email cardboardboxcity@familypromiseesfv.org or call 747-333-6082.


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