Helping Children Have a Successful Remote Learning Experience

By Claire Hagan RN, LMHC Interfaith's New Directions Counseling Center Counseling Coordinator Remote school is as hard for children as it is for parents.  The lack of day to day consistency in actual vs remote school contributes to an even...

Feed the Hungry Gala at Home Highlights

Suits and cocktail dresses stayed tucked away in closets this year, but Interfaith's donors came through with an extraordinary showing of support for this year's Feed the Hungry Gala at Home on Dec. 4. Due to the unprecedented challenges presented...

Coping with COVID Anxiety

By Claire Hagan RN, LMHC Interfaith's New Directions Counseling Center Counseling Coordinator There is a wide range of normal emotions associated with coronavirus. Pandemics are stressful... how does one cope with anxiety? Follow all CDC guidelines to help yourself stay...

This Thanksgiving we are especially grateful for YOU

Happy Thanksgiving! This year we are especially grateful for YOU. A YEAR LIKE NO OTHER It has been an incredibly tough year for everyone. Here at Interfaith Social Services we just wrapped up our annual Thanksgiving distribution. Last year we...

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Introducing our new website!

Notice anything different on our website - interfaithsocialservices.org? We got a makeover! We're so excited to show you the results of months and months of planning, writing and designing. We hope that the new site clearly spells out the services...

Fall Volunteer Opportunities

Weekly volunteer shifts are open now in our Food Pantry and Thrift Shop! All volunteers must be able to commit to one 3-hour volunteer shift per week and be 16 years of age or older. Food Pantry Volunteering If you...

Bureau Drawer Volunteers Needed

We are getting excited about reopening our Bureau Drawer Thrift Shop!! The Shop is an important funding source for Interfaith. It is our second largest fundraiser, bringing in more than $100,000 per year to support our food pantry, mental health...

Mental health resources related to Coronavirus

The therapists in our New Directions Counseling Center have shared the following resources about caring for your mental health during this public health crisis. If you are in need of a counselor at this time, please reach out. We are...

Stop the Stigma 5K postponed; A note from our race director

Due to public health concerns surrounding coronavirus and recommendations against large gatherings, we've made the decision to postpone our annual Stop the Stigma 5K, which was originally scheduled for May 2, 2020. Please see the letter below from our race...

Interfaith’s response to COVID-19

UPDATED: Jan. 5, 2021 9:15am FOOD PANTRY Interfaith Social Services' food pantry is an essential program and is open regular hours (Monday-Friday, 10-11:45am, and Wednesday evenings 5-7pm). We're following guidance from the CDC and local health officials and have implemented...

Help us go plastic free!

We're in need of reusable bags for the food pantry As Quincy moves to eliminate single-use plastic bags at retailers, we are seeking donations of reusable bags for use the food pantry. Interfaith distributes more than 50,000 bags of groceries...