Program Spotlight | Kula Urban Farm – Rooted in Community | June 2019 On a Friday afternoon in May, Gail… Read MoreRead More
To assist those less fortunate among us to meet life’s basic necessities, while seeking to improve the quality of life for individuals and families and the communities in which they live. Over the years, our services have grown to now include eight distinct programs serving all of Monmouth County, including:
SOAR brings a “no wrong door” approach to employment training. Aimed at providing youth and adults with the opportunity to experience multiple facets of work and career paths.
We provide low-moderate income families the chance to realize the dream of homeownership, while improving local neighborhoods.
The Neighborhood Revitalization Tax Credit Program (NRTC) is designed to foster the revitalization of New Jersey’s distressed neighborhoods.
Project Homeless Connect Interfaith Neighbors continues to support Project Homeless Connect and the Point-in-Time survey in Monmouth County. The event will be held Wednesday, January 29, 2020 at four locations in Monmouth County. Interfaith Neighbors is currently collecting donations for the Asbury Park location. Please contact Maura Comer, Director, Rental and Mortgage Assistance for further… Read More
We prepare and deliver over 350,000 nutritious meals to over 3,500 elderly, homebound or disabled individuals each year.
Prevents homelessness for working families that are struggling of Monmouth County facing foreclosure or eviction.
Offers support services and low-cost office space in a business incubator facility to help new and aspiring entrepreneurs.
A community eatery and gathering place that helps local youth develop transferrable skills for application in the hospitality industry.
An urban agriculture social enterprise that meets local market needs and provides engagement opportunities for local residents.
Interfaith Neighbors, Inc. is a non-profit organization founded in May 1988 when local faith communities came together to address the growing problem of homelessness. Over the years, our services have grown to now include seven distinct programs serving all of Monmouth County. Our supporting members now number over 45 religious congregations of all denominations plus hundreds of private donors as well as corporations, charitable gift trusts and foundations. Interfaith Neighbors has an established track record of successfully delivering projects in a highly efficient and effective manner while building a reputation for excellence that is widely acknowledged,
Your financial donations allow us to continue to provide lifechanging services for the less fortunate of our community.Click Here To Donate