Fiesta on Flagler has been Postponed.
Faithful Supporters and Fiesta on Flagler Enthusiasts,
While we had an incredible night planned, we understand the concern and uncertainty that many are experiencing surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19). Due to the current situation, we have made the decision to postpone Fiesta on Flagler until a later date.
For those who have already purchased tickets, they will be honored on the future date. If you are unable to attend on the future date, we hope you would consider your purchase a donation to support the work of Family Promise NCPBC and the South End Neighborhood Association. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Taylor Materio at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will decide on a new date for Fiesta on Flagler in the coming weeks, so keep an eye out for details and updates. Special thanks to our incredible sponsors, vendors and performers who are already on board for a future date.
Thank you for your support and understanding, we can’t wait to Fiesta with you in the near future.
Enjoy Latin-inspired bites from your favorite local restaurants, festive live music and performances, sip tequila or traditional sangria and get ready for the pop up party of the season – and support two great organization in one exciting night!
In the United States Families now make up the fastest growing segment of the homeless population. A mother loses her job, a father is kept from working by an injury, a family is forced from their home by fire or natural disaster. Healthcare costs soar, public transportation is underfunded, affordable housing is almost impossible to find. These are just some of the reasons one out of every four homeless persons is a child.
Our Priority: Ending Family Homelessness in America
What we Do
Family Promise is part of a national organization with over 180 affiliates that provides temporary shelter, transportation, meals and comprehensive case management for families who are experiencing homelessness.
How we Do it
We partner with local, faith congregations to provide shelter. Each host congregation offers our guests a place to sleep for one whole week, three to four times per year. The hosts also supply breakfast, lunch and dinner meals.
Volunteers are the heart of the program. They prepare meals, tutor both children and parents, transport guests to job interviews and work, help out at the Day Center, assist guests in finding jobs and housing, and share specialized skills, such as resume writing, financial planning and parenting.