Official Press Release – TFS CEO to Retire

Official Press Release Triangle Family Services CEO to Retire Following 13 Years of High Impact Leadership  National Search for Successor Underway  (RALEIGH) – Oct. 4, 2022 – Alice Lutz will retire as CEO of Triangle Family Services, concluding a 13-year tenure during which the organization has impacted the lives of thousands of Triangle citizens in… Read more »

12th Annual Wake Up! With TFS

View Photos of the Event Resource Sheet Thank you so much for making the 12th Annual Wake Up! With TFS a success! 12 of the most impactful minutes of your day:

Building Renovations – Phase 1 & 2 Complete!

Check out our before and after photos Phase 1 Project Highlights: Wood rot, exterior leaks Awning stained & torn Dated red carpet throughout High allergens & toxins Poor air circulation & quality Fluorescent lights, unstable fixtures Single-pane windows Peeling paint on walls, floorboards Bars on windows erode sense of safety Makeshift front desk security station… Read more »

Season of Giving

It’s the season of giving and our supporters have not disappointed! Giving Tuesday saw us receive an amazing total of $227,100! The day kicked off with an incredible $10,000 donation from Women Who Give a Hoot Raleigh, which promoted others to donate. This included long-time donors, Dean and Sesha Debnam of Workplace Options, who made an overwhelmingly generous… Read more »

Interview with Triangle Business Journal

Alice Lutz, CEO, interviews with the Triangle Business Journal after Triangle Family Services wins 2021 Corporate Philanthropy Award! Alice discusses running a full-services hotel as part of the Hotel2Housing project in 2020, building upgrades, partnerships with Wake County and City of Raleigh, and TFS’ innovative work across financial stability, homeless engagement, supportive housing services, family… Read more »

Homelessness is a System Design Failure

Triangle Family Services (TFS) recently brought our “brand of services” to an innovative Hotel 2 Housing project, utilizing CARES Act funding in partnership with Wake County. In the midst of COVID-19, TFS collaborated with about 25 agencies to create a one-stop shop for wrap-around services leading to supportive housing. In under five months, 130 chronically… Read more »

Financial Tips during COVID-19

The coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread and is now considered a pandemic. People are scrambling to gather essentials for their homes and are on high alert, wondering how this situation will continue to evolve and what effects it will have on the economy in the coming months. Unfortunately, it’s unpredictable how exactly everything will pan… Read more »

March 2020 Blog

Anyone remember Ally McBeal, a quirky television show popular in 1997? One of the most relevant Ally McBeal “clips” has to do with theme songs the main character plays in her head. Take a moment and think…what would your theme song be during this COVID19 crisis? Mine? “What the world needs now is love” There… Read more »

2019 Gingerbread – that’s a wrap!

We hope you had a wonderful time at our 17th Annual Gingerbread Benefit; networking with friends, filling up on hors d’oeuvres, listening to Sidecar Social Club, and bidding on auction packages. Most importantly, we hope you left with hearts full knowing you have made a difference in the lives of so many in the Triangle…. Read more »

2019 Wake UP! with TFS – that’s a wrap!

We hope you had a wonderful time at the 2019 Wake UP! with TFS breakfast event and that you learned valuable information about the Healthy Opportunities Pilot, trauma-informed care, and the importance of TFS’ wraparound care model. Most importantly, we hope you left with the desire to stay involved on the issues impacting our community. … Read more »