Interfaith Assistance Ministry is a faith-based non-profit organization providing assistance to Henderson County residents since 1984.

 

Mission

To assist members of our community experiencing crisis with basic needs, in an atmosphere of compassion and respect

Vision

A compassionate community working together to meet the basic needs of all in our county.

Motto

Helping hands, caring hearts 

values

We believe that each person has inherent value, worthy of compassion, respect and dignity, regardless of their circumstances. We will act with respect toward all. 

We believe in diversity and nondiscrimination. We will practive these values with our staff, our volunteers and the persons we serve.

We believe that we have a responsibility to uphold the highest standards of ethical conduct, fairness and financial practices. We will be good stewards of the resources the community gives us. 

We believe that the community is best served when organizations work together. We will collaborate and coordinate, complementing the services of other helping agencies.  

We believe that we can improve the well being of our community by attending to the basic needs of its members. 

We believe that as an interfaith organization we are compelled to respect all beliefs. 

HISTORY

Established in 1984 by local churches, the Hendersonville Ministerial Association and the synagogue to coordinate crisis services in their behalf, Interfaith is now supported by local congregations, businesses, civic groups, individuals and grants.