Last year, IFC's Crisis Unit conducted 4,878 client interviews and provided financial assistance to 760 households to prevent homelessness.
In early February, there was a water main break in Chapel Hill / Carrboro, North Carolina, that created an emergency water shortage. For 24 hours, families couldn’t use clean water. This is a reflection from Jo Wyrick, the coordinator of the Chapel Hill / Carrboro CROP Hunger Walk, from that day. This morning I made my older daughter pancake… More Info +
IFC seeks donations to help residents flooded by water line break on February 3rd Carrboro, NC – February 13, 2017 – The Inter-Faith Council for Social Service has established a donation account to assist residents of apartments near Foxcroft Drive which were flooded when a large OWASA water line broke on Friday, February 3rd. When t… More Info +