Integrated Family Community Services 3370 South Irving Street, Englewood, CO 80110-1816 Ph: 303-789-0501

Upcoming Events

June 2019
Puttin' For A Purpose, Mini-Golf Friendraiser
October 2019
BOO-athon
December
Adopt-A-Family/Senior
Colorado Gives Days
February, 22rd, 2020
Nibbles and Sips

Client Stories

Client Appreciates Services

Client Appreciates Services

This is from a personal letter we received recently. Thank you for the kind words!

Family Loss Creates Strife For Single Woman

Family Loss Creates Strife For Single Woman

This single woman came to IFCS for assistance with her utility bill. She stated that she required assistance due to the fact that her unpaid […]

Unexpected Rent Tripling Creates Financial Worry

Unexpected Rent Tripling Creates Financial Worry

Single mother of an adult son came to IFCS for assistance with her utilities. The client stated that she required assistance due to the fact […]

Outstanding Utility Bill Causes Stress On Mother

Outstanding Utility Bill Causes Stress On Mother

This mother of one child came to IFCS for assistance with her utility bill. The client stated that she required assistance due to the fact […]

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The Food Research and Action Center (FRAC) has done extensive research on the long-term effects of childhood hunger. Children are our main demographic of clients, so we work tirelessly to get their families the resources that they need to lead healthy and productive lives for generations to come. When you assist IFCS' mission to alleviate hunger, your support has a ripple effect that affects the future of our community. Take a moment to make an impact - ww.OneCanFeed.org #onecanfeed

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We received a visit from a Kent Denver School Junior Class Advisement Group that was studying our community. They helped volunteer in our Food Market and tidied up our landscaping. We appreciated their enthusiasm and for brightening our Monday. ... See MoreSee Less

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We truly appreciate your support! Through the kindness of the community and generous donations to the Ready Set School! program, IFCS was able to assist 552 students with school supplies, clothing, and backpacks. We will also supply local low-income schools with extra supplies to assist an additional 300 students. Thanks for giving the tools of success to make this a successful school year. ... See MoreSee Less

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We truly appreciate your support! Through the kindness of the community and generous donations to the Ready Set School! program, IFCS was able to assist 552 students with school supplies, clothing, and backpacks as well as supplies for 300+ students.
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We appreciate the Back-to-School partnership with @DollarTree and Operation Homefront. Through their support, we were able to collect over 1,000 items to go into school supply backpacks. Thank you for the support of our veterans and their families!

A special Thank You to @navyfederal for donating school supplies along with volunteering to build and distribute backpacks. Veronica and Mariah lent their bright smiles to this valuable effort. Learn more at https://t.co/FOLfhUTXMG #onecanfeed #charity #dogood

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IFCS follows the USDA non-discrimination policy. Learn more by clicking here to read the statement. (PDF)