- What an incredible response! Thank you.
- We have opened the IW Clothing Center to affected families so they can come shop for free for any home goods and clothing items they need. While families/individuals are shopping, we also are working with them to find out if they have other needs, so we can connect them to more resources to respond to those issues.
- PLEASE NOTE: We have been overwhelmed with the community’s generosity. The response has been so great that we have a special, temporary request:
- Please do NOT bring any used items to donate at this time because right now it is beyond our capacity to process them. We still welcome donation of NEW items, which require minimal sorting and no processing. This is a temporary pause; we will reach out when we will begin accepting used items again. Thank you for understanding!
- We welcome help from volunteers! If you would like to roll up your sleeves and volunteer at the IW Clothing Center, please use the links below. Important notes: all volunteers must participate in a brief orientation; volunteering is by appointment only; and volunteers must wear masks at all times.
- Sign up for orientation
- Sign up to volunteer
Ways you can help
Please consider donating:
New underwear and socks for children of all ages and for adults; children’s shoes, all sizes; diapers, wipes and diaper cream; children’s pajamas; new or nearly new sheets and towels
The IW Clothing Center is at 751 Twinbrook Parkway in Rockville, off Veirs Mill Road. Learn more about the Center and donation hours here.
Money – we are accepting financial donations to support our programs that help meet the needs of affected families.
You can donate on-line here.
To donate by check, send it to Development Department, Interfaith Works, 114 West Montgomery Ave., Rockville, MD 20850, with “Rock Creek Flood” in the memo line.
If you have additional questions about how to help, please contact IW’s Miranda Marks, firstname.lastname@example.org, (240) 728-6489.
THANK YOU to those of you who have already generously donated, and to WUSA Channel 9 and many other media outlets for focusing on the needs of our neighbors: