Last year, the Food Pantry distributed 16,828 bags of groceries to 4,684 eligible households.
The Inter-Faith Council for Social Service (IFC) announced that the agency successfully concluded the $5.76 million capital campaign it launched in December 2012. The money raised enables IFC to build a new men's transitional housing facility—which will offer programs and supportive services to empower its 52 homeless male residents to … More Info +
When the Town of Chapel Hill approved a Special Use Permit for the new Inter-Faith Council @ SECU Community House, they included a provision that IFC consult with neighbors to prepare a Good Neighbor Plan (GNP) and also convene a standing Community House Advisory Committee (CHAC) when the new facility opens in summer of 2015. CHAC’s pri… More Info +