IRCO has officially launched a new $1.3 million dollar capital campaign for the IRCO Family Center. Executive Director Sokhom Tauch and the Board of Directors have unveiled the campaign to staff and community through a series of events (including a great spring roll luncheon) and press releases. While the building location has yet to be determined, the vision is to incorporate the Asian Family Center, Africa House, and Parent and Child services into a comprehensive campus that would likely rival the main IRCO Building on 103rd and NE Glisan. This is welcome news for the staff at the fast growing social service agency, and will continue to strengthen IRCO’s reputation as an effective non-profit agency.
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