As we are a family oriented organization, Innerfaith Women’s Alliance, Inc.
(IWAInc) strive to provide programs that impact the complete family. Where
there is only a one person family, we avail ourselves to becoming the family
that is needed for an individual to know that they are not alone.
Our programs and services are provided to assist in fostering wellness
through empowering, educating and sustaining the family’s quality of life.
We equip veterans and civilians, through direct interaction or referrals,
with job placement skills and/or resources (i.e., resume writing, job
application completion, interviewing techniques, information technology skills,
We assist with client financial needs directly or through advocacy with other
agencies. Our goal is to provide a venue that is conducive to congregate meal
settings. Our Food Pantry and Clothes Closet Program goals are predicated
on individual as well as family needs. Our partnership with various
housing referral and household goods agencies has positioned us to be a leading
community advocate for our very deserving clients.
Our Veterans Program consists of visits to the Community Living Center (CLC)
at the Veteran’s Administration Hospital. We provide care packages,
clothing and blankets during summer and winter months respectively. We
volunteer our time at “Stand Down” hosted by the VA Volunteer Services.
Dr. J. Sherman Pelt, former Senior Pastor of Liberty Baptist Church first
extended his hospitality to IWAInc in 2012. Since the transitioning of Dr.
Pelt, Rev. Kewon Foster, current Senior Pastor of Liberty, has been gracious
enough to continue our partnership. We utilize “fellowship hall” and the
parking lot as the hub for our Thanksgiving Basket, care package, clothing,
shoes and blanket “Give-Away” endeavors.
In partnership with the Word of Faith Love Center (WOFLC), Dr. Reginald P.
Garmon, Senior Pastor, our Toys for Tots initiative is thriving. The
combined effort of the WOFLC Outreach Ministry and Innerfaith Women’s Alliance
perpetuate an ever evolving compassionate sense of “giving back to the
community” during what is said to be, for some, the most challenging time of the