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NATICK- Natick-based nonprofit Family Promise Metrowest (FPM) will be holding its 10th annual Keeping the Promise event on November 18, 2022.

This event, which will be broadcast in front of a live audience at Walnut Hill School for the Arts in Natick and live-streamed on YouTube, will feature performances by two local musicians and heartwarming stories of three families being served in the organization’s shelter, transitional, and homelessness prevention programs.

Alli Haber, an up-and-coming pop musician from Newton who has performed widely including at Boston First Night, will open the musical portion of the evening. She’ll be followed by headlining performer Rhett Price, a hip-hop violinist and internet sensation who has been featured on the front pages of Huffington Post and Buzzfeed, and has performed on stage with Aaron Carter, Machine Gun Kelly, the Dropkick Murphy’s, and many more. Dover resident and Boston Fox 25
meteorologist, Jason Brewer will be the emcee for the evening.

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“We are so excited for this year’s event, which will give you a view into the lives of families who seek our services. We are also delighted to have this opportunity to celebrate the many successes our families achieved in 2022,” says Carole Brodrick, FPM’s Development Director.

Family Promise Metrowest invites you to purchase tickets to join the live audience or watch the program for FREE with family and friends from the comfort of your own home.

Registration for the live-streamed concert is required to receive the live concert link and other important event updates. To register or preview the concert’s must-have auction items, visit

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The evening will also include the presentation of the Cindy Lombardo Volunteer Award, given annually to an exceptional FPM volunteer nominated by families served by the organization, and the FPM Legacy Award, granted to an individual whose advocacy,generosity, and dedication to FPM’s mission will have a lasting impact on the organization.

The evening will also feature the introduction of our incoming Executive Director to our broader community.

Keeping the Promise is FPM’s largest annual fundraiser. The proceeds from donations, auction bids, raffle tickets, sponsorships, and ads provide funding for Family Promise Metrowest’s programs. These programs address a spectrum of housing and stabilization needs including safe shelter, transitional support, homelessness prevention, shelter diversion, and education and employment services. The organization also uniquely provides long-term family coaching in all programs to help families set and work toward goals to achieve stability and move out of poverty permanently. FPM’s broad network of community partners includes businesses, congregations, organizations, volunteers, and staff, all committed to the promise of keeping families together and in safe housing.

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Since its founding in 2008, FPM has served almost 1,200 family members through its individualized, community-based programs. The organization envisions a future in which every family has a stable home, a sustainable income, and the chance to build a better future.

The event will be brought to you by the Media and Production Sponsor, Home Market Foods; Platinum Sponsors Eastern Bank, Middlesex Bank, Tracy Boehme Realty Group, Dunkin’ Northern Management Group, Arabella Insurance; and Gold Sponsor Avidia Bank.

To learn more about Family Promise Metrowest, its programs, and the families it serves,
please visit

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Susan Petroni is the former editor for SOURCE. She is the founder of the former news site, which as of May 1, 2023, is now a self-publishing community bulletin board. The website no longer has a journalist but a webmaster.