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FAAITH (Faith leaders Allied and Aligned to Institute Trust in the Home) and HOPE

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, awarded FAAITH, a new Trenton-based NGO, Tufts Medical Center, and the Shiloh Community Development Corporation a one-year planning grant to expand a congregationally based, faith-infused home visiting program to address racial disparities and inequities. The project, FAAITH and HOPE for equitable systems alignment, will support Shiloh’s Pastor and FAAITH’s founder, the Rev. Darrell Armstrong’s, efforts to integrate the research-based HOPE framework into his ministry work and that of other faith leaders. “The Goal is to help families and the whole faith community better understand the ever-evolving developmental needs of newborn ‘gifts of life’ whom God has entrusted into their care,” says Pastor Armstrong. 

Project dates: March 15, 2023 – March 14, 2024 

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