Do You Knit?
Your cozy, hand-made hats and scarves can help many in need stay warm. We distribute items through our CAST (food on the street) program every week, and hundreds more every winter through our Winter Coat Drive and severe weather shelters.
Other Ways to Help: We gratefully accept all yarn donations and will distribute that yarn to anyone interested in knitting hats and scarves for Project Warm Up.
Questions about Project Warm Up? Email the volunteer coordinator, Ronalee, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Interfaith Coalition at 734-3983.
Learn How You Can Help Homeless Children
Interfaith Coalition recently sponsored a community meeting about Family Promise to discuss how congregations are exploring networking together to provide overnight accommodations and meals for homeless families. Active in over 200 communities nationwide, including Skagit County, Family Promise is a successful and creative way to harness the strengths of congregations and serve our children and parents in need. Almost 200 people attended this meeting – the largest attendance at any Family Promise informational meeting ever.
If you would like to be part of a leadership team to bring this program to our community, please contact us. And, if you congregation is interested in participating, please let us know!