Susquehanna County Interfaith has always provided help to families in need, but thanks to the generosity of the gas industry, even the little things matter.
Susquehanna County Interfaith provides a variety of services to local residents. Executive director Cindy Beeman cherishes the personal relationships she has developed with clients through the years and shares both their concerns and their triumphs. Many of the first time clients are enduring some sort of crisis, but Interfaith and Beeman are in for the long haul. She attributes the much of the ability of the organization to follow up with clients to support from the natural gas industry and the stable economy it has created.
Ongoing programs of Susquehanna County Interfaith include a back-to-school shoe and supply program, a massive Christmas drive, fuel assistance, and the Pathways program, all of which are endowed by local businesses. Some reap significant benefits from the organization, while others may simply save some money shopping at Interfaith’s thrift store.