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The new normal

In February 2020, staff leaders met to prepare our response to a “worst case scenario” in which COVID-19 reached our community. By late March, our staff had pivoted to working remotely while continuing to provide services to families in need. We reimagined ways to distribute food, helped families navigate newly created systems to deal with unemployment, and redeployed staff to cover for volunteer shortages. As a result of George Floyd’s murder, Interfaith pivoted again to expand our understanding of systemic racism and led a community-wide training called One Community, Working Across Difference...  Read more.

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It takes more than food

Interfaith Outreach’s Prevent Hunger campaign is our annual drive to make real, significant progress toward ending hunger in our community by attacking hunger at its root causes—because it takes more than food to prevent hunger. Learn more about our local impact and how you can help prevent hunger. Plus, discover a brand new event and activity to engage your family, co-workers, faith community or civic group! Read more.

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The food shelf’s dynamic duo

When the pandemic hit, Lisa and Amanda Vala increased their commitment to help keep Interfaith’s food shelf functioning. “The huge increase in food insecurity was one reason we continued to volunteer,” said Lisa. Read more.

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Make an impact while giving wisely

As April 15 tax time approaches, we want to share some ideas about how giving to Interfaith Outreach can provide tax benefits to you. Check out this information about long-term appreciated assets, combining multi-year deductions into one year, estate planning, and donor-advised funds -- all great ways to make a powerful impact for local families. Show me how.

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Annual Caring for Kids Fundraising Breakfast

Spring is around the corner and so is our Interfaith Outreach Caring for Kids Breakfast! Please join us virtually on Thursday, May 13 at 8 a.m. as our entire community unites to raise funds for early childhood care and education. Watch for online registration coming soon! If you are interested in being an event host or sponsor, please contact Laurie Walker at lwalker@iocp.org or 763-489-7535.

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Volunteer drivers needed

Interfaith Outreach knows that many of our clients, especially senior citizens, are homebound or struggle to access our on-site food shelf. Volunteers are needed to help bring our food shelf to their doorstep by serving as a delivery driver. For more information on this new opportunity contact Ashley at 763-489-7505 or awyatt@iocp.org.

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