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IFCS Turns 50! Help us Celebrate with 50 Ways to Impact IFCS

Can you believe that Inter-Faith Community Services is turning 50!! Through YOUR support over the years, IFCS has become a beacon of hope to our neighbors in need.

Started as a civic call to action back in 1964, the organization has grown into the largest social services agency in South Metro Denver serving an area spanning from Englewood to Bennet. We have helped countless families and improved the lives for thousands who have come to our door. As a community resource driven non-profit, we would not be here without your support. Not only are celebrating our 50th year helping our neighbors in need, but we are celebrating your support that has made it happen.

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50 Ways to Impact IFCS

Join us in celebrating our 50th anniversary by doing impacting IFCS with your support. Here are 50 ways to impact IFCS.

Give:

1. Food
2. Clothing
3. A planned gift (vehicle, stock gifts, recurring, etc…)
4. A Vehicle
5. Emergency Funds
6. Back to School Supplies
7. Holiday Gifts and meals
8. Basic household items
9. A memorial gift or bequest
10. A Financial gift

Volunteer:

11. At a Food Drive
12. At an Event
13. In the IFCS Office
14. With your friends, family or co-workers
15. To drive a senior
16. At basket assembly
17. To collect school supplies
18. For our board
19. As an ambassador
20. To Gather Other Volunteers

Experience:

21. A tour at IFCS
22. Nibbles and Sips, special gala evening event
23. Supporting IFCS by playing Mini-Golf at Puttin’ on the Green
24. The joy of giving
25. Hunger prevention
26. Helping your neighbor
27. A hand up
28. A new connection
29. Preparing a child for school
30. Enriching the holidays

Sponsor:

31. A Child
32. A Family
33. A Senior
34. Nibbles and Sips event
35. Puttin’ on the green event
36. A Shower Shower
37. A Birthday Box
38. Meals
39. A Feed the Need
40. New Holiday Gifts

Share:

41. Your time
42. Your talent
43. Your passion
44. Your experiences
45. Tell your friends or family
46. With your company
47. Our success
48. Share on Facebook
49. Our newsletter
50. Share on Twitter

Our History

In 1964 in response to growing community needs relating to serving the working-poor, indigent and home bound elderly in South Metro Denver, leaders from all segments of the community – led by Inter-Faith founder Maida Navis – came together in what was and is truly a community-based effort to form Inter-Faith Task Force for Community Services (now Inter-Faith Community Services.)

Starting with simple programming designed to meet the basic human needs of food, clothing and shelter, Inter-Faith has grown into the largest emergency and continual support systems in South Metro Denver for low-income families, children, seniors and the homeless. Inter-Faith is dedicated to providing services that bridge the gaps between crisis, survival and independence. In 1968 Inter-Faith was designated the “official poverty agency” in its service area and together, with the board, staff, volunteers and community support, the agency has served a multitude of low-income persons since its inception.

With the philosophy of a hand up, not a hand out the agency strives to support its clients in every phase of their climb to self-sufficiency and success.

Find out how you can make a difference in the next 50 years by contacting IFCS today. Through word of mouth, direct donation and volunteering, you can help us, help others through ways you may not have thought of.

Thank You for 50 Great Years!

Tim Esterdahl

Tim Esterdahl is the editor of IFCS blog. He is a married father of three and enjoys golf in his spare time.

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