Interfaith Works Clothing Center

751 Twinbrook Parkway, Rockville, MD

(now located on the upper level – entrance and drop-off area face Twinbrook Pkwy.)


The Interfaith Works Clothing Center in Rockville provides low-income families with clothing and home goods free of charge, allowing them to use more of their resources on food, rent,utilities, medicine, and other basic needs.

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DONATION & VOLUNTEER HOURS: Tuesday – Friday: 9am-4:30pm; Saturday: 9am-2pm

CUSTOMER SHOPPING HOURS: Tuesday-Friday: 9:30am – 11:30am (NEW) & 1pm – 3:30 pm; Saturday: 9:30am-12:30pm (NEW)
*Wednesday shopping is reserved for disabled clients only.

Latest News


The Clothing Center will be closed on Tuesday, December 25, 2018 for the Christmas holiday. The Clothing Center will also be closed Tuesday, January 1, 2019 through Monday, January 7, 2019 for the center’s bi-annual cleaning. We will open for regular hours on Tuesday, January 8, 2019.


The Center has moved upstairs to improved space with expanded programming. There are new procedures for parking and for donation dropoffs:

DONATION DROP-OFFS:  When entering the lot at 751 Twinbrook Pkwy., make an immediate left toward the upper level of the building. There will be parking spaces reserved for donors if you want to stop in. If  you just want to drop off, drive down past the Center entrance to the loading dock. Look for signs directing you. Pull into the loading dock driveway and volunteers will unload your donations.

PARKING FOR CUSTOMERS AND FOR VOLUNTEERS: Please park in the lower parking lot next to the building. The short-term spaces that are immediately in front of the center door are reserved for donors who are dropping off donations.

The Interfaith Works Clothing Center is in need of clothing and volunteer groups to help us organize our merchandise!

We welcome your donations of clothing and of your time. When making donations, please do not drop them off in front of our center when it is closed; those donations will not always go to the individuals and families who truly need them.

Organize a drive with your club, congregation, or group. Keep the Interfaith Works Clothing Center informed of the date(s) and time(s) of the drive and delivery (or pickup if you have a large enough quantity). Please email for information about drives and volunteering.

Top Needs at the Center

  • Adult Diapers, sizes Small and Medium
  • Strollers
  • Booster Style Car Seats
  • Dishes
  • Linens
  • Blankets
  • Bed Sheets
  • Towels

Keep in Mind…
We are so grateful for our generous donors at the Interfaith Works Clothing Center. Our goal at the Center is to provide families and individuals in need with quality used clothing and home goods, with your generous help. We want to offer our clients a sense of pride and dignity by making good quality items available to them at no cost.

Here are our guidelines: IWCC accepts lightly used clothing and home goods. If the items are clean, complete (all pieces/parts included and attached) and in good condition, we are happy to provide them to our clients. We cannot use items that do not meet these criteria. Unfortunately, we must spend our limited resources to dispose of unusable items. Thanks for considering our needs and our clients when you gather items to donate to us.


School Supplies: We provide over 2,500 students with new backpacks filled with new school supplies so that they can start the year with hope and excitement. Teens from the community help operate this program and spend part of their summer organizing and managing this program. Make a donation to support the drive.

Welcome Baby: In addition, Interfaith Works Clothing Center provides over 200 expectant mothers each year with a full layette of new clothes, diapers, linens, and other new baby needs.

Birthday Club: With your donations of new toys, we supply families in need with a modest birthday present for each child. We are always in need of donations year-round.

Interfaith Works Connections: The IW Connections (formerly known as Project Inform) coordinator connects clients to valuable resources. The IW Connections Outreach Coordinator is on-site Monday-Friday.

Interfaith Works would not be where it is today without its tremendous volunteers, who organize clothing drives at their congregations, businesses and schools, sort clothes, help clients shop, fill backpacks for distribution or crochet blankets for the new layettes we give expectant mothers.

Are you able to lend a hand? Learn how to get involved. Contact the Interfaith Clothing Center: 751 Twinbrook Parkway Rockville, MD 20851; 301-424-3796.