IFC Features

Community House Update

IFC is seeking changes to Community House's Good Neighbor Plan in order to address an identified gap in Orange County's local homeless services system and bring the shelter in line with nationally recognized best practices. To learn more, please continue reading. **************************** May 23,…

IFC named Non-Profit of the Year!

IFC is honored to be recognized by the Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerce as the Business Excellence Awards Non-Profit of the Year. IFC was started and continues to be a true community effort, with more than 7,000 people - members, donors, volunteers, residents, and staff - connecting every year…

Advocate for Affordable Housing TODAY

The Chapel Hill Town Council is considering a bond referendum for Affordable Housing to go on the November 2018 ballot. The Council will vote TONIGHT Wednesday, March 21 on whether to allow it on the ballot and the amount. It’s critical that our Town leaders hear from you now. Thank you …

1/17/18 Inclement Weather Update - 4:00pm

Shelters are OPEN.Food Pantry at 110 W. Main Street is CLOSED and will re-open Friday 1/19.Community Kitchen is CLOSED FOR DINNER on 1/17 and will RE-OPEN for LUNCH ONLY on Thursday 1/18. 

1/4/18 Inclement Weather Update - 10:15am

The Community Kitchen is OPEN for lunch today.  Please only come if you can make it safely - BIll is walking to work to open the Kitchen.  ALL ARE WELCOME for FOOD and HEAT.  The shelters are OPEN and will take inclement weather guests tonight, as they have all week.The Food Pantry…

Holiday meals update!

IFC gave out holiday meals to 408 families before Thanksgiving. This means that 1,036 people could focus on enjoying time with family and friends rather than stressing about whether there would be food to eat.  Everyone received a turkey, canned goods and - if they wanted it - th…

Murphey School Radio Show benefits IFC + Club Nova

North Carolina's popular Malpass Brothers from Goldsboro, poet Jackie Shelton Green, and writer Lisa Sorg will join an all North Carolina troupe for the Murphey School Radio Show, an old-time variety show to benefit IFC and Club Nova on Saturday, November 18. In the tradition of the Grand Ole Opry an…

Welcome Anna K. MacDonald!

Inter-Faith Council for Social Service Welcomes New Director of Development: Anna K. MacDonald, MSW/M.Div. The Inter-Faith Council for Social Service is delighted to announce that Anna K. MacDonald has accepted the position of Director of Development and will begin her work on August 7, 2017. A D…

Orange County Gears Up for Summer Hunger

Susan Romaine, second from left, and Christine Cotton, third from left, deliver food to Burmese refugee families in Carrboro. The women, along with Debbie Horwitz, founded the food relief agency PORCH in 2010. The agency now serves 380 families a year. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com By Tammy G…

Come Join the Fun!

BEER & HYMNS  Sunday, May 21, at 7:30pm.  Linda's DOWNBAR at 203 E. Franklin  Come out to hear some great music and support a wonderful cause - tips to benefit IFC. With free parking at 300 E. Rosemary - HOLY TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH  Also sponsored by CHAPEL OF THE CROSS.