IFRM and COVID-19
To our Treasured Donors, Sponsors and Volunteers
IFRM would like to bring everyone a friendly update regarding COVID-19. To start off, we would like to express our sincere gratitude and appreciation for each of you for your patience and support – we wouldn’t be able to continue without each of you!
With the outbreak of COVID-19 surrounding us, there have been many new changes and challenges facing us each day. While there are no black-and-white instructions on how to handle something like this, IFRM is striving to be in compliance with local, state and federal guidelines and suggestions. Our top priority will continue to be our guests, volunteers and community, and we are doing our part to ensure the best possible outcome.
There are a few key changes for the foreseeable future:
- With food donations slowing down, our shelves are running low. If you are able to give, please do.
- Volunteers are back! We are limiting the size of volunteer groups to three people at a time. Volunteer and Community Service applications are being accepted, and orientations are back on track.
- 1st Street Thrift is now open and accepting donations. We are especially in need of household donations.
We will continue to send updates keeping everyone in the loop on what’s happening at IFRM. If you have any questions, please reach out or give us a call at (208) 552-5575.
All, with respect to the President recommendations on responding to the COVID-19, we are suspending the upcoming events since they were expected to be gatherings of more than 50 people. Thank you for your support!
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