Interfaith Community Services of Newberry County would like to thank the churches, organizations, businesses and individuals who have made donations to the Emergency Relief Fund of ICS.
With these contributions, ICS is able to help people in the county with medical and utility bills.
The clients are screened and the payments are sent directly to the service providers.
ICS is an organization of lay people and clergy with the purpose of serving the needs of the people of the community. Some ways that ICS helps to meet those needs are with jail ministry, transient ministry, hospital chaplaincy, radio devotions, newspaper sermons, nursing home worship services and emergency relief fund. ICS meets quarterly on the fourth Thursday, usually at a church in Newberry County.
Over the second quarter of 2012, those who have given so generously to the Emergency Relief Fund are the following: St. Mark’s Catholic Church, Glenn Street Baptist Church, Bethany Lutheran Church adult Sunday school class, Duke Energy-Cooling, First Baptist Church Benevolence/Fellowship Fund, McSwain-Evans Funeral Home memorials for Ophelia Harrison, Guy Williamson and Jerry Green, Duke Energy, Macedonia Lutheran Church, Mt. Tabor Lutheran Church adult Sunday school class, McSwain-Evans Funeral Home memorials for Bennie Catalano and Jesse Benson, Kathy and Richard Harris, Sandra Goodman, Moose Lodger #2211, Women of the Moose, Summer Memorial Lutheran Church, Wade and Frances Pitts, Rebecca Bundrick, Marie Somers, Linda Lominack, Literacy Book Club, Mary Dickert, Newberry Rotary Club, Lewis Memorial United Methodist Church women, Memorials from George and Wilson Senn for Charlie York, Billy Pitts, Tommy Martin and Laura Longshoe and Carolyn E. Shealy.
If you would like to make a contribution, please send your donation payable to ICS to Fran Hatch, Treasurer, 1250 Jones St., Newberry, SC 29108 or take i to Sarah Smith at the DSS office on Wilson Road.