Interfaith Human Services Fund
Interfaith Human Services began in 1968 when four congregations in State College joined resources to more effectively assist people in the community who were in need. Today, a coalition of 26 congregations - as well as a network of organizations, institutions, human service agencies, government offices, and individuals - provides assistance to neighbors in need. This endowment was established to provide Interfaith Human Services with a firm financial foundation from which to provide services to its clients. Interfaith Human Services provides assistance in several crucial areas like finding a safe place to live, food to eat, clothes to wear, affordable health care, and reliable transportation. Some of these goals are achieved through additional programs, such as the budgeting and financial management classes, free furniture and appliance recycling program, rental assistance, and the Centre County Fuel Bank that they operate.
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Strengthening families through financial security