• FFH programs stabilize our guest families…

  • …by providing emergency shelter in the form of individual family rooms…

  • …and warm, nutritious meals.

  • Hospitality is provided day and night by gracious volunteers…

  • so that family life can normalize again.

  • Parents work toward self-sufficiency goals specific to their family’s needs.

  • Children can be children again…

  • …and families can dream their dreams again.

  • With the support of our professional staff and devoted community, ALL families can have their own place to call HOME!

OUR MISSION

Faith Family Hospitality’s mission is to support families experiencing homelessness to achieve sustainable self-sufficiency in a timely and dignified manner. This interfaith volunteer effort coordinates the work of 30 diverse Fort Collins faith communities and many partner agencies. Together, we provide for the full range of emergency and stabilizing services needed for our guest parents and children to become self-sufficient.

The FFH Story
IF YOU ARE HOMELESS

If your family has become homeless and needs assistance, FFH is here to help you. We can ease the overwhelming burden of finding nightly shelter and regular meals, so that you can address other immediate family needs and then take steps to achieve your longer-term dreams. FFH staff and volunteers, along with our many local partner agencies, will be there to guide and support you each step of the way!

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GET INVOLVED!

There are SO many ways to get involved in supporting our families! Whether volunteering regularly at our Day Center or Emergency Shelter, or providing resource support in terms of website, communications, grant writing and/or event planning, your heart and talent are precious to us! We also welcome your financial support. Your donation helps families throughout Fort Collins and Larimer County and is tax deductible!

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FACT: More than half of homeless households include children. While there are an estimated 100 homeless children reported living in Fort Collins, many believe this estimate is low.