July 13, 2020 As the country moves from Covid-19 response to the recovery phase, IFC is also settling into our new normal. We continue to make modifications to keep our members and residents healthy in the face of the continued pandemic. We’re also planning a sustained response to the other long-term crisis ravaging our communities and country – racism.
June 9, 2020 As we continue to respond to the challenges of Covid-19, we also turn our attention to another pandemic that is ravaging our communities of color. The murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery were the latest atrocities exposing violent systemic racism in our country. They underscore the reality that there are still people in the world who think black lives don’t matter. As we process these events within our beloved IFC community, our hearts are broken.
Now that North Carolina has moved to the next phase of response, we want to give you an update on IFC’s next steps.
Thanks to dedicated staff and volunteers, IFC continues to operate during the coronavirus pandemic honoring all guidelines around safety and health. We could not do this work without the steadfast support of our community. Even through your own struggles, you are reaching out to the most vulnerable me…
5 WAYS YOU CAN HELP:
1. Download and take our GROCERY LIST to the store (Click here) Then drop off your items at 100 W. Rosemary Street, Monday-Friday 9am-4pm
2. Purchase groceries ONLINE for delivery to us (Click here)
3. Click here to make a DONATIONYour gift will be put to…
Staff and volunteers make sure that everyone who needs it has a place to be and feel welcomed. We welcome donations in support.
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November 16, 2019
Dear IFC Community,
It is with a very heavy heart that I share the news of the loss of a dear, loyal friend and member of IFC's staff team, Robert Barnes.
Robert collapsed during his dinner shift at the Community Kitchen last night. Paramedics responded quic…
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IFC Board of Directors and staff gathered with elected officials last week to recognize and thank the FoodFirst Capital Campaign Cabinet. Led by co-chairs Kevin Foy and Robert Dowling and with counsel from Armstrong McGuire, the 17-member Cabinet worked for tw…
All Food Security services are now open at 100 W. Rosemary Street in Chapel Hill's historic town hall. That means, food donations that used to go to Carrboro, now come to 100 W. Rosemary Street.
Food Pantry information can be found here: http://www.ifcweb.org/services/food-pantry*Not…
Food Pantry / Emergency Financial AssistanceDue to a few complications, the Food Pantry/Emergency Financial Assistance programs are NOT OPEN YET. Our phones are ringing off the hook, and it is painful to tell people to hold on just a little longer! We are working as hard as we can to open ASAP.