Ways to Help
Are you looking for a Food Recycle center in your area? Interfaith Food Center (IFC) is a non-profit, charitable organization established in 1983, and is one of the largest food pantries in the area and meets the requirements of “food recycler”. IFC serves local low and extremely low-income residents and homeless individuals with supplementary food assistance. Weekly more than 4,000 individuals participate in our programs. Help us continue our mission of feeding the hungry in our community. #hungerhappens365
We all come across people and families in our community who are struggling with ongoing hunger and nutritional needs, and often the biggest barrier to reaching out to them is not knowing what to do or how to help.
If you know someone or come into contact with someone who appears to be in need of nutritional assistance, please pass along information about our program and tell them to give us a call. Such simple acts can mean so much to someone in need.
Spread the Word
In addition to meeting daily hunger and nutrition needs, we also recognize our responsibility to educate the community about the extent of the problem. The biggest hurdles we face in addressing the hunger and nutrition issues in our community is a lack of awareness of the scope of this crisis, a lack of understanding of its devastating impact, on both the individuals it directly affects and on our community as a whole, and a lack of knowledge about how we can help.
Staying informed on all three fronts is one of the easiest and most effective things you can do to help.