INTER-FAITH COUNCIL


Letter: Homelessness should not be made invisible

TO THE EDITOR: Recently, a nice lady came to my shop with a petition opposing the Inter-Faith Council’s proposed community kitchen. I said I supported the IFC. She said, “Oh I do too, just not in downtown Carrboro.


Old Town Hall to stay on as kitchen

The Inter-Faith Council for Social Service, a Carrboro-based social work organization, is planning the construction of a new building in Carrboro called FoodFirst to consolidate their services.


The Inter-Faith Council has been providing holiday dinners to people in need in Chapel Hill and Carrboro for approximately 20 years. (Courtesy of Lucie Branham)

IFC provides meal for Thanksgiving

Trying to imagine celebrating Thanksgiving without Thanksgiving dinner is hard, but this is often a reality for many people in need in Chapel Hill and Carrboro. Luckily, the Inter-Faith Council is there to help those who would have otherwise gone without.