Every day, hundreds of people in our community turn to Interfaith Works for help.

Whether for the first time or after a long and hard struggle with the challenges that poverty and homelessness can bring, they look to us for hope. With your help, Interfaith Works offers each person a chance for that dream to become a reality.


Interfaith Works' downtown Silver Spring programs serving people experiencing homelessness has moved to the new Progress Place facility at 8106 Georgia Avenue and has a new name: Interfaith Works Empowerment Center (formerly Community Vision). Interfaith Works will manage 21 residential units on the top floor, which will house men and women who previously have experienced homelessness -- the new Interfaith Works Residences.

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Join us May 8 to celebrate the opening of the new Interfaith Works Clothing Center. Click on the image at left for information.



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