The Faith Project is committed to the promotion of housing stability and the well-being of homeless and low-income families.
The Faith Project serves the less fortunate with a focus on outreach, housing, prevention, and education. This mission is accomplished in a variety of unique ways. On Saturdays, The Faith Project can be found providing meals for the homeless with their "Feed the Streets" initiative. The Re-Shop Boutique, a store usually open to the general public closes its doors one day a month to give three or four homeless men and women a complete makeover. They take a warm shower and are given a hot meal, then the real fun begins! They are pampered from head to toe with haircuts, manicures, and two complimentary outfits from the boutique. This seemingly simple gesture can go a long way toward making these less fortunate people feel special and motivated to continue their journey to a better life.