Tracy Interfaith Ministries
Our Vision:Tracy Interfaith Ministries (T.I.M.) is an interactive group of participating church bodies whose ministry is to the community in need. We have been called forth to give temporary and emergency service to all those who knock on our door in that we may glorify God through this ministry.
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Tracy Interfaith Ministries makes a difference in lives:
  • the young parent who struggles to care for children after his or her spouse has left...
  • the family living from paycheck to paycheck, when suddenly a car must be repaired or a refrigerator must be replaced...
  • the single mother on welfare who struggles to become independent...
  • couples with low-paying jobs who can't afford the basic necessities after the rent is paid...
  • the senior with limited income...
  • the homeless...
This Month's Special Needs
  • Towels
  • Underwear -- men's, women's, children's
  • Baby shampoo and baby lotion
  • Canned food (all kinds)
  • Dry beans, rice and pasta (large packages are ok; we repackage)


Our normal operating hours for client service and donations is 10a.m. - 2p.m. Monday through Friday.
We are also open on Saturdays from 10a.m. - noon for DONATIONS ONLY. No client service is available during Saturday hours.


How We Served in September 2014

          Clients Served: 5,213 (2,033 children)
         Meals Provided: 73,608
 Clothing Room Visits: 1,178
           Working Days:  21

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Director's Corner

 Fall is in the air and it’s time to start thinking about the coming holidays. Last year we provided Thanksgiving and Christmas food baskets to 1251 households and Christmas gifts to 738 children. We have every reason to believe that the need will be as great this year. Local organizations and schools are promoting food drives for our benefit and some are collecting blankets and winter coats for our distribution.  The last quarter of the year is always our busiest time.

Looking back over the year we notice that there has been a small decrease in the number of people seeking our help. It appears that the economy is indeed better. On the down side we are seeing more people who are truly homeless.  The recovery doesn’t seem to be reaching the most needy among us.  Our community does a pretty good job of feeding the homeless but we are severely lacking when it comes to shelter.  We will do our best to provide warm clothing, blankets and sleeping bags when the temperature really drops. 

Another success this year, our Back to School Backpack and School Supplies distribution went very well.  We gave out backpacks with supplies to 979 school age children.  This has become a very popular program, one that we hope to continue for many years to come.

We want to thank all of those who make our work possible; the volunteers who give so much of their time, the donors who give so generously of their cash and all of those who give us food, clothing and household supplies. It’s a team effort and we’ve got a great team.


Yours in the Lord's service,
       Darlene Quinn,
 Director
311 West Grant Line Road
Tracy, CA 95376
Office: 209-836-5424
FAX: 209-836-5096
Hours: 10am - 2pm Mon-Fri
info@tracyinterfaith.org
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Last Update: 10/16/2014