The CDC’s eviction moratorium, which has kept many people in their homes during the pandemic, is scheduled to end on July 31. As an organization, we are concerned. At Inter-Faith, we work every day to help families find and maintain safe, stable, and affordable housing. And it’s clear: homelessness will spike when the moratorium ends.
Meet our Food Cupboard Manager, Rachael McNeill, who joined us this month. We’re so glad to welcome her!
We have received so many thoughtful and generous gifts in the past year—too many to include here in the newsletter. But two came in last month that stood out.
It was a perfect day for golf at our 24th Annual Golf Tournament on May 24th. Thank you to the golfers, sponsors, volunteers, and to everyone who purchased golf balls for the Drone Golf Ball Drop! Talamore Country Club was an amazing venue for the outing and we are grateful
We are so grateful for our community support. We have been able to serve hundreds of families because of you! And we thank you in advance for your continuous generosity.
We have some specific jobs we need help with this month.
The pandemic rush has not let up: we’re still serving hundreds of families a week this spring. Your generosity has kept some of our shelves overflowing–we have enough pasta sauce to last for months!
So what better time to recognize the hundreds of volunteers who make our work possible? Even with limits imposed by the pandemic, volunteers have been the backbone of our programs at the Food Cupboard, Hope Gardens, Hope Forest, and the Interfaith Hospitality Network this past year.