Grants Team 2019 Report
In 2019 a grand total of $10,000 was awarded in grants!
To celebrate Interfaith Council’s rich 40 year history and to honor Interfaith Council’s accomplishments, it was decided for the year 2019 that we would award grants only to those non-profits that IFC directly helped to start (programs underlined below). Thus, IFC grant money was awarded to the following organizations:
Family Housing Network supports families experiencing homelessness to achieve sustainable self-sufficiency in a timely and dignified manner. Family Housing network now includes Faith Family Hospitality.
The Food Bank for Larimer County ensures that those in our community who are hungry have convenient access to healthy and nutritious food.
Neighbor to Neighbor makes home more attainable, prevents and ends homelessness, and provides stable housing. Neighbor to Neighbor now includes Homelessness Prevention Initiative and the HomeShare Program.
A special “thank you!” goes to IFC’s member faith communities and individual members for their voluntary donations that made these grants possible. We are better together and mighty too!
The IFC Grants Team (Lynnette Thayer, lead)