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Many families in Dallas are struggling, especially single mothers. 

According to Economic Issues for Women in Texas, 60% of Texas mothers are breadwinners, with women of color more likely to be the sole breadwinners. For many of these families, rent accounts for 50% of earnings, and childcare is around 30%, leaving 20% of the remaining income for food, gas, and everything else. One financial emergency can easily lead to homelessness. Single mothers, who account for 97% of Interfaith’s clients, are especially vulnerable. Thankfully, Interfaith Family Services is here to provide housing, help, and hope.  Since 1985, we have remained committed to our mission “to empower families in crisis to break the cycle of poverty.”

Interfaith’ s Solution for Single Mothers in Crisis

Interfaith Family Services empowers families to work their way out of poverty through the following Three-Step Family Empowerment Methodology: (1) eliminating barriers to housing stability through transitional housing and rent assistance, (2) equipping parents with skills to overcome poverty through career and financial coaching, and (3) educating children to break the cycle through on-site childcare, afterschool, and summer programs.  

Your Investment. Our Impact. 

As a result of our holistic approach, the hard work of our families, and the generosity of donors like you, 180 Dallas families in 2022 achieved the following. 

  1. 97% obtained full-time employment and SUFFICIENT INCOME averaging $17.59 per hour.
  2.  94% exited with STABLE HOUSING.
  3.  80% created a SAVINGS SAFETY-NET averaging $995.05 per family. 
  4.  99% exited with a SUSTAINABILITY PLAN which includes a five-year career plan. 
  5.  Children also experienced SUCCESS IN SCHOOL with 81% improving one grade level or more in both reading and math.

 Together, we can break the cycle of poverty for good! Donate today! For more information about Interfaith Family Services, visit

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Employment & Workforce Development, Housing, Shelter & Homelessness, Youth & Children

Operating Budget

$1,000,000 - $2,999,999

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BIPOC Serving

Black or African American, Hispanic or Latinx

BIPOC Leadership

Executive Director/CEO


PO BOX 720206
Dallas, TX 75372



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