Family Promise of Collin County

A nonprofit organization

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$15,000 Goal

Family Promise of Collin County serves families in crisis and becoming homeless is a high probability for them.  Our approach in serving our families is to provide HELP, HOPE, and HOUSING as they return to financial stability. 

Our Help is providing temporary shelter in partnership with local churches. Churches provide food, clothing and car repairs in support of the families’ transition to stability. 

Our Hope is delivered through our case management services and educational classes. One on one sessions with the families gives us the opportunity to plan, coach and celebrate their successes and address their challenges. Our educational classes address the family’s developing a financial plan for success as well as a savings plan.  

Our Housing services are delivered through the many housing partnerships we have with local organizations. Metro Dallas Homeless Alliance and local non-profits that provide financial assistance with deposits and fees are a part of our housing collaborations. 

In 2021, Family Promise served 19 families, 71 individuals and 46 children. As we solidify our ability to continue our service to families’ in the future, we must broaden our footprint in the community. The success of NTGD will bring us one-step closer in accomplishing this goal. 


Our mission is to provide food, shelter and support services to Collin County families with children as they regain stability and independence. Our program includes extensive case management, budget counseling, shelter services, program housing, car program and after care.


Monetary sponsors for the Almost Home program housing so families can live in a home at a reduced expense while working toward achieving their goals to save money, employment training, pay off evictions, etc.

Monetary donations to purchase gift cards (Walmart, target, Walgreens, CVS, etc.) for our Shelter/Case Management Program, Almost Home Transitional Home Program, and Live Well-Aftercare Program.

Gas cards are also needed to assist the families in finding work, etc.

Additional financial support is needed for the Live Well program (aftercare) for emergencies and gas cards.

Monetary donations are also needed for Loved Well-the children's program to provide enrichment programs, camps, fun activities and childcare for all children in the shelter program.

Equity Statement

Commitment to Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

We are committed to preserving a culture of inclusion and collaboration that sees potential barriers as opportunities to thrive together. This is true to our staff, volunteers, church partners, board members, key stakeholders, and the communities we serve. The collective total of the individual differences, backgrounds and experiences, knowledge and skill sets, and talent that our staff and volunteers invest with their ‘Time, Talent, and Treasure’ represents not only part of our culture, but our reputation and measurement of success. In collaboration with those involved with our agency, we welcome the unique contributions that all bring relative to their education, opinions, culture, race, ethnicity, sex, gender identity and expression, nation of origin, age, language, veterans’ status, religion, disability, sexual orientation, and beliefs. From these inclusionary beliefs, we aspire to better ourselves and thusly to better serve the families at the heart of our Mission and Vision, not simply by the words of our statements, but by the actions and the way in which we carry ourselves.

Organization Data


Organization name

Family Promise of Collin County

Tax id (EIN)




Community Improvement, Housing, Shelter & Homelessness, Social Services

Operating Budget

$100,000 - $249,999

Counties Served


BIPOC Serving

Black or African American

BIPOC Leadership

Both the Executive Director/CEO and Board Chair

Equity Statement

Equity Statement


P.O. Box 1601
Allen, TX 75013



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