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IFM Celebrates 30 Yrs. of Feeding the Hungry

Interfaith Food Ministries was recognized with a special proclamation from the Nevada County Board of Supervisors at their meeting today, recognizing them for their 30 years of diligent work providing food to the community in need. Board Chair Hank Weston read the proclamation.

click to listen to Hank Weston

Executive Director Sue Van Son says IFM has 450 volunteers which keep the operation going. Currently, Interfaith Food Ministries is also assisting the Red Cross and other groups in providing meals for those people evacuated due to the Oroville Dam crisis.

click to listen to Sue Van Son

She also says they could use donations of food or monetary contributions that can be made on their website, www.interfaithfoodministry.org/

1 Comment

February 15, 2017

R. Kate Laferriere

The Board of Directors and volunteers of Interfaith Food Ministry greatly appreciates the recognition from the Nevada County Board of Supervisors. The dedication of Interfaith Food Ministry's over 450 volunteers and generosity of the Nevada County Community truly makes IFM's motto of "Feeding Families, Fueling Hope" a reality. Unfortunately, there was a typo on the Resolution The Resolution stated that IFM provided "992,5342,522" bags of groceries in 2016. IFM gave 92,534 bags of groceries in 2016. Interfaith Food Ministry is always concerned with integrity and transparency and wants to ensure that our community has the correct information.

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