Men’s Group Makes it Happen

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 […]

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Family Matters – 5 Great Ways to Teach Your Children to Enjoy Chores

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 […]

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Food Bank of Choice Opens March 3, 2014

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.

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How Amazon Is Getting Involved In Charity Work

Internet retailer Amazon started out as an online book retailer, but the company has grown into a much larger organization – a multi-billion dollar organization, in fact. Since its inception, it has slowly grown into the largest online marketplace in the world. Amazon’s now more than just a marketplace; it is also a place where […]

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Donate Today on Colorado Gives Day, Dec. 10

Today is Colorado Gives Day, the day to show your support for IFCS. Please remember to help your neighbors in need on this important day!


IFCS Receives Learning by Giving Foundation Grant

On Monday October 7th, Inter-Faith Community Services was officially recognized by the Learning by Giving Foundation as a grant recipient of $1,000 during its most recent grant competition. The Learning by Giving Foundation, funded by Doris Buffett’s Sunshine Lady Foundation, distributes $10,000 grants every semester to over 30 university partners who are teaching students strategic grant making processes […]

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IFCS Helps Those In Need

On a monthly basis, IFCS provides more than 16,000 meals to our neighbors in need. Without your help in meeting this need for the past 50 years, our clients would fall further into the spiraling effect of poverty. Last year, IFCS helped: 19,419 low-income individuals were served in 2012 663 individuals received $163,387 for rent, […]

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IFCS Adopt-A-Family WEB

Adopt-A-Family/Senior Sign Up Deadline, Friday, Nov. 22

The holidays are a special time for all of us. Can you help spread the joy to others? Each year, Inter-Faith Community Services aims to bring you joy to our neighbors in need during the holidays. IFCS does this by matching families and seniors in need with donors who want to make a difference in […]

Things You Really Must Consider When A Relationship Turns Sour

Sadly it seems that an increasing number of relationships just aren’t able to last the test of time. There are often a multitude of different reasons as to why this might happen, with infidelity and money issues being two of the more common ones. Anyone who has been through this situation is likely to testify […]

Getting Kids Active This Spring

Getting Kids Active This Spring

With Spring here now it’s time to shake off that lazy winter feeling and get outside to enjoy the warm temperatures and fresh air. Getting kids up off the couch and outside can be a tough this especially with all the technology there is today. As you read more newspapers and magazines talking about inactivity […]

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