FIBCO Service Pillars
FIBCO Family Services, Inc. serves the community through four main program areas.
Because they need, we feed!
Throughout the year FIBCO provides free meals and food boxes on campus to low-to-no income individuals and families. Many people need meals and food boxes due to financial emergencies or general food insecurity. In addition, through our “FIBCO Mobile” program, twice a month we visit low income communities and distribute food boxes containing pantry staples, fresh produce, diapers, backpacks, school supplies, and toiletries.
Empowering people to dress suitably
We welcome people to select from our racks of donated, slightly used ready-to-wear clothing items. The apparel that FIBCO provides is appropriate for casual, daily use as well as for business settings. We want to empower people to dress suitably for employment opportunities that may better their current circumstances.
Quality Affordable Housing
For low – income individuals, who might otherwise be among the over 25,000 residents experiencing homelessness in Maricopa County throughout the year, we provide Houses of Hope.
In a FIBCO property, residents have a safe place to call “home,” and receive additional FIBCO services.
Compassionate Immigration Assistance
Preserving Our African/African – American Connections (PAAACs)
We're dedicated to meeting some of the basic needs of African immigrants settling in the USA to start a new life and/or reunite with family in Arizona.
Health and Health Care
We strive to address disparities, disproportionate impact, and access to healthcare by collaborating with health and healthcare experts and providing access to resources, information, and education. Below is a sampling of our current programming. The list is not comprehensive and is subject to change.
- Annual FIBCO Health Fair
- Women’s Heart Health Event
- Dementia and Alzheimer’s Awareness
- COVID-19 Vaccination Sites