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To engage the community and empower the youth by providing programs and assistance to families and individuals in the community in areas including, but not limited to education, tutoring, health, group homes, employment, counseling, after school support, financial support; and seek grants and other funding sources to engage in community and economic development in the
Our vision is to impact and serve the community as we minister to the needs of families with emphasis on support to children and parents living in the Cincinnati neighborhoods of Over The Rhine, Downtown Cincinnati, Clifton and Walnut Hills.
The name "Imani" is one of the seven Kwanza principles meaning - faith. It is so important to demonstrate faith for the faithless and hopeless people who live in these communities. The name speaks to hope, help, healing, recovery, and empowerment.
Shirley Stephens, founder of IFC is a minister and former principal with the administrative, and management skills needed to develop an organization and program for families and children. It became a vision
to impact the community around the church by going outside of the church’s four walls to provide the kind of support to families that will strengthen them holistically.