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IFCS is on a mission to nourish lives and build stronger communities, and WE NEED YOUR HELP! 

Everyone has a role to play in building a healthy community. Whether you’re helping your family eat nutritious meals or you’re helping IFCS provide fresh groceries as a volunteer or donor, we created these printable pages for you!  

Download, enjoy, and share these pages. Thank you for helping us get the word out!

Super Food Craft Page

Share completed craft on social media for a chance to win tickets for our 2023 Nibbles & Sips gala!

Fresh is Better

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