Interfaith Approaches to Covid Relief

What will it take for our Charlotte community to rise out of the pandemic crisis more deeply committed to the wellbeing of all? Five campus teams addressed this question, collaborating with partner organizations to build a sustainable model of interfaith cooperation.

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Queens University

Interfaith Capacity for a Secular Setting

The Queens team partnered with ourBRIDGE for KIDS to strengthen their support for immigrant and refugee children made more vulnerable by the pandemic.

University of North Carolina at Charlotte & Wingate University

Interfaith Learning in a Box

Teams from Wingate and UNC-Charlotte created and distributed over 100 interfaith activity boxes through three non-profits addressing Covid-related learning loss: Freedom School Partners, Wayfinders, and Refugee Support Services.

Johnson C. Smith University

Charlotte's Interfaith Story

JCSU's team partnered with MeckMIN (Mecklenburg Metropolitan Interfaith Network) produce a documentary series called "Crisis and Compassion" that highlights our community's religiously-motivated care for those impacted by the pandemic.

Central Piedmont Community College

An Interfaith Response to Food Insecurity

The CPCC team worked with the College's longtime partner, Loaves and Fishes, to offer halal and vegetarian food boxes for Muslim and Hindu families.