Summit Colorado Interfaith Council works with diverse community partners create dialogue and action to address human needs.
Providing a safe place to park for those whose home is their vehicle.
The Summit Colorado Interfaith Council along with the welcoming community of the Church at the Agape Outpost launched a local overnight parking program. The program provides working homeless individuals a reliable and safe place to park and sleep overnight.
Read more about it at: https://www.summitdaily.com/news/summit-county-homelessness-program-expands-as-demand-rises/
The Unsheltered Committee is reaching out to ask for help. We are a busy group with a big workload and are in need of volunteers.
If you, or someone you know might have an interest in the Summit Safe Parking Program, in looking at affordable housing in Summit County, in issues of homelessness, in land use codes, or in working with Summit community members on housing issues, WE NEED Committee Members.
Volunteers can be members of a Faith Community or not. IDEAS?
Contact Diane Luellen, email@example.com, 970.368.0923
2023 SCIC Executive Team
President: Rob Martinelli
Past President: Pat McShane
Vice President: Julie Wright
Secretary: Pat McShane
Treasurer: Dawn Koch
Summit Colorado Interfaith Council is a coalition of faith based and service organizations dedicated to fostering conversation and inspiring action to address issues we believe require a response to human needs.
We sometime take on difficult topics, hoping to shine a light on issues that are not easy to address
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