IFC Features

Award Winning RSVVP Restaurants

Local restaurateurs were honored on September 20 for their years of participation in the RSVVP (Restaurants Sharing Ten Percent) hunger-relief fundraiser. Restaurants contribute 10 percent of their total proceeds on RSVVP Day to the Inter-Faith Council for Social Service’s FoodFirst programs:…

Resignation of Michael Reinke

NEWS RELEASE Contact:  Kristin Lavergne  919-929-6380, ext. 41klavergne@ifcmailbox.org August 23, 2016 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Inter-Faith Council for Social Service Announces Resignation of Executive Director, Michael Reinke Michael Reinke has notified the Board of Directors of the Inte…

Memorial Service for Donna Bradley

The Inter-Faith Council for Social Service is planning a memorial service for Donna Bradley at 3pm on Saturday, August 27, at the United Church of Chapel Hill (1321 MLK Jr Blvd). A reception will follow at IFC @ SECU Community House (1315 MLK Jr Blvd). Donna Cecil Bradley had a rough exterior, but …

In Memory of Rebecca McCulloh

Reverend Rebecca Shirley McCulloh, 62, passed away on July 6, 2016 at Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center at UNC Chapel Hill. The legacy of Rebecca McCulloh is found in the trinity of ministry, advocacy and community service. Her life was one of daily and constant service; she spent her life in …

IFC Board Selects Site for FoodFirst

Carrboro, NC – June 16, 2016 – At its monthly meeting last night, the Inter-Faith Council (IFC) Board of Directors decided that 110 West Main Street is the best site for its planned FoodFirst program. The board directed staff to begin preparing its Petition for Conditional Zoning which is …

A Quick Update About FoodFirst

Update on the search for possible appropriate alternative FoodFirst sites Following the November 2015 Board of Alderman meeting, Inter-Faith Council (IFC) renewed its search for possible appropriate alternative sites for its FoodFirst project. Joining IFC's senior staff and board presi…

Mother’s Day for HomeStart Cards

CARRBORO, N.C. – Carrboro and Chapel Hill retail stores rally around “Mother’s Day for HomeStart.”  The Inter-Faith Council for Social Service (IFC) has announced that for the second year, “Mother’s Day for HomeStart” cards are available for purchase not …

Volunteers make a difference!

"Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and then not giving it." (Wm. Arthur Ward)  This is a tremendous sentiment, so I will start with a deep and truly heartfelt THANK YOU to every volunteer that ever gives times, thought, effort, or care, without any considerat…

Join us at Carrboro Elementary on March 22

Register now to join fellow FoodFirst allies atCarrboro Elementary School Auditorium on March 22 Have you been hearing about FoodFirst, the Inter-Faith Council's plan to combine its Community Kitchen and Food Pantry into a single operations center in Carrboro? Co-location of food services in on…

A letter from Ava Nackman

I recently read through Carrboro’s long range development plan, “Carrboro Vision 2020.”  The goals of inclusiveness and non-discrimination were pervasive.  Section 1.2: “Carrboro is an integrated community.  We need to understand each other, accept each other, ap…