Interfaith Outreach has brought the community together for 40 years to help families stabilize in times of crisis, strengthen and move forward on the path to thrive through the services they offer.
Through Interfaith Outreach, PCC can take part in creating a community where everyone counts, all children are cherished and protected, families are supported, and members look after one another. Each year we host an annual food drive to fight hunger in our community and we invite everyone to join us for a sleep out to raise awareness of suburban homeless. This is our opportunity to live out scripture (Matthew 22:39 – “Love your neighbor as you love yourself.” ) let’s show love in our community by walking alongside families in their efforts to go from surviving to thriving!
Check out some of the ways PCC has partnered with IOCP over the years and impacted our community in a profound way…
Saturday, Dec. 12
Join us on December 12th in supporting Interfaith Outreach’s annual Sleep Out. There are two ways that you can participate. You can either:
- sleep out in the PCC parking lot, or if you are unable to sleep out…
- you can participate by donating. Funds raised through Interfaith Outreach’s annual Sleep Out have prevented homelessness 34,281 times. That is enough times to fill most of the seats in the Minnesota Twins stadium!!
This year, more than ever, PCC is coming together to be a light in our community by transforming the risk of eviction into housing security. To transform hunger into hope. To transform isolation into connection.
Can we count on you on December 12th to be a light?
HOW TO GET INVOLVED
Interfaith Outreach offers a variety of serve opportunities directly at their facility. Check out ways you can get involved by clicking on the button below.
Plymouth Covenant partners with IOCP in their SLEEPOUT initiative against homelessness. You can be part of a group of people who sleep out in their cars for a night to raise awareness and funds to help those who are less fortunate.
Be a part of our yearly Food Drive on Labor Day Weekend to help IOCP stock up their food shelves right here in Plymouth.