Art has often been cast aside in many public school systems as an extracurricular activity that receives little funding. However, there are many benefits to exercising the mind through the creation of art, as well as learning about its history. Art encapsulates the imprints left behind by the greatest creators of centuries past. It at […]
Save the date for our 2015 Nibbles and Sips on Saturday, February 28, 2015, 5:30-9:00 pm at the Hyatt Regency DTC. This event is An Evening of Raising the Roof to Prevent Homelessness and Hunger.
Join us as we help our many single mother neighbors in need.
If you are looking to make a real impact this holiday season in your community, there is no better place than IFCS.
Through generous community support, each year IFCS provides hundreds of food baskets to those in need. We need your help to fill this need once again. Donations and turkey bucks are needed by Nov. 7.
It is with much sadness IFCS says goodbye to three former board members. The leadership provided by Doug Applegate (Edward Jones Investments), Mary Jo Collins (Community Volunteer), and Frank Sargent (Retired Physician) will be missed. Thanks to each one for their energy and decades of service. We appreciate the contribution to IFCS’ growth and helping […]
In today’s society, we’re always on the go. Whether it’s commuting to work or simply running errands with our kids, as parents we never seem to have a chance to relax. However, no matter how busy we are, that doesn’t mean we can slack on our responsibilities as parents. Thankfully, there are ways you can […]
In December 2013, Inter-Faith Community Services began sharing our vision for the Food Bank of Choice with an article soliciting volunteers to serve as personal shopping assistants. Many supporters stepped forward to volunteer and we are grateful for their commitment. IFCS launched the Food Bank of Choice on Monday, March 3. This was a grand […]
Chores are certainly not your child’s favorite responsibility in life, but making chores a requirement can teach your child valuable life lessons that he or she can use later on in adulthood. Doing work is not always going to be 100 percent appealing to children who prefer to play and live a worry-free life, but […]
In an effort to better serve our neighbors in need, Inter-Faith Community Services will be changing to a Food Bank of Choice. This means our neighbors will be able to shop and pick out items that their family would enjoy.