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Interfaith Shelter Network Inc

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Causes: Philanthropy, Philanthropy, Voluntarism & Grantmaking Foundations

Mission: Ifsn provides housing and a hand up for homeless men and women and children in sonoma county, in an atmosphere of dignity, respect and kindness, towards an outcome of empowerment, self-sufficiency and independence.

Programs: Ifsn housed and provided comprehensive, wrap-around services for a total of 399 homeless people in fy 14-15 . Ifsn's major programs for homeless populations in fy 14-15 include: arthouse gallery (a for-profit business operated by volunteer artists), ab109/basn--a transitional housing program contracted through sc probation; stop-a transitional housing program for paroles contracted through center point in marin county, va gpd-a transitional housing program for chronically homeless veterans, the transitional housing program--interim housing for male/female general homeless population, and vash-a permanent housing placement/retention program contracted through the va.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

Dear Interfaith:

As I sat here today thinking of the perfect words to describe the impact you have made in my life, I realized that I could never show everyone how much it means to me. I realize that you all look at each other as a team and rely on each other to be as effective as your are. I could never thank you all enough, but thank you!

I am proud to have served America for you all, and would have no problem—and without hesitation—would fight for you again. You have reminded me, and convinced me that people still care…because I had forgotten that. Beyond that, you were even a part of making my twenty-first birthday feel special. Four years in the military took my joy and 99% of the people I know and love forgot my birthday.

I seriously cannot express how cared for you all make me feel. I would be so lost without IFSN. I’m sure I am speaking for everyone when I say thank you for everything, every ounce of care you provide to Veterans and other homeless souls.

Thank you for finding me housing and providing counseling and motivating me to take control of my life again.

Sincerely,
AF