1986 - Our founder, Karen Olson meets Millie a homeless woman in NYC and the idea for IHN was born.
1988 - The Interfaith Hospitality Network goes national.
1992 - Family Promise was awarded one of 21 Points of Light, out of a field of more than 4,500 nominees, by President and Barbara Bush
2003 - IHN became Family Promise. It represents a national movement that believes we can address family homelessness—right here in our own communities
JBF Clothes Closet
Through generous donations of apparel for women and children, FPDelco has created a clothing closet where our families can receive much needed clothing and other essentials
FP Delco is awarded Charity of the Game from the Philadelphia Union on July 9th 2016.
Doreen McGettigan, Rev. Mary Jane Kirby, Director Joseph German, Dana Westby, Barbara Drake,
Paula Troy, Sue Fromhold, Vallerie Biancaniello and Robert Jordan (not pictured).
FPDelco has partnered with Chester Eastside for summer camp for our school age children.