Many in our community are experiencing food insecurity due to the COVID-19 crisis and are turning to ICS for assistance for the very first time. You can join Interfaith Community Services in raising funds to ensure Tucson families have food this holiday season.
ICS passionately pursues a single mission: to help people in need achieve stable, healthy, and independent lives. ICS is often the place to go in Pima County for those who have nowhere else to turn. Our programs enable seniors and people with disabilities to stay safe and independent in their homes. We also assist individuals and families facing food hardship, job loss and financial crisis regain stability and gather the resources to move forward to self-sufficiency.
The fund drive has been extended through Friday November 13, 2020!!!
Be a part of the biggest food drive of the year for the Interfaith Community Services Food Banks! The need this year will be greater than ever. We have several creative ways you can get involved and help our community.
The ICS Community Bag-A-Thon has added a virtual option by creating this fundraising website. To help our community stay healthy and safe we are raising funds online for the ICS Food Banks. If you do not feel comfortable collecting food in your neighborhood, please consider making a donation today and register for your own ICS Community Bag-A-Thon page to share with your friends and family!
If you would prefer to collect food for the ICS Food Banks you can drop it off at the ICS Northwest Food Bank located at 2820 W. Ina Rd. from 9am-4pm. You can also drop off your food donation on our collection day at the Canyon Del Oro Baptist Church located at 9200 N. Oracle Rd. Tucson, AZ 85704 on Saturday October 31st from 9am-12pm.
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