After almost 30 years without a permanent facility, the Chapel Hill homeless shelter now has a place to call home.

The community house has adequate space to accommodate its residents with a kitchen, a dining hall, an exercise room, washers and dryers, bedrooms with desks and drawers, a library room, a community garden, on-site medical and dental care facilities, a pharmacy and rooms to receive job coaching and counseling.

In three years, IFC raised $5.8 million for the new facility, which took almost a year to build. About 500 organizations and individuals contributed to the campaign. SECU donated $1 million to the campaign.

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Quoted from The Daily Tar Heel