IFC Features

Come Celebrate National Night Out

Come join the fun on August 1, from 5:00pm-9:00pm at 301 W Main Street in Carrboro.  National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make out neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live. Food Trucks, Gam…

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. 

IFC Works to Fill Gaps for People in Need

On April 21st, Todd Cohen with the Triangle Business Journal published an article discussing the needs of people residing in Orange County, and the role IFC plays in meeting those needs. Read more to see what was said. Roughly one in five people who live in Orange county are poor, and many people who…

Introducing Jackie Jenks

The Inter-Faith Council for Social Service (IFC) is delighted to announce that Jackie Jenks has accepted the position of Executive Director and will begin work on April 10, 2017. Raleigh search firm moss+ross led the nationwide search for IFC’s Executive Director and Jackie was chosen from a poo…

"Water is Life" by CROP Walk Coordinator

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…

Help Residents Flooded by Water Line Break

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 w…

Meet the two finalists for Executive Director

The IFC Executive Director Search Committee would like to invite you to meet the final two candidates for the job. We will be offering an opportunity to meet each of the candidates on a separate day. The first candidate will be in town on Thursday the 9th of February and will be meeting with the publi…

New IFC Finance & Operations Director

As many of you know, Frances Jackson recently made the decision to leave the IFC. While we will miss Frances, we understand that change is part of the workplace and we wish her all the best in whatever direction she chooses to go. We are pleased to announce that Jeff Causey, CPA has been hired to rep…