If you would like to roll up your sleeves and volunteer to process our many donations 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.
NEW VOLUNTEER POLICY effective immediately:
All volunteers must submit proof of COVID vaccination, or proof of a negative COVID test 72 hours prior to volunteering. Documentation can be brought to the Center when you come to volunteer or emailed prior to your volunteer appointment to Volunteer Coordinator Miranda Marks, email@example.com.
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Since 1972, the Interfaith Works Clothing Center (IWCC) has been helping Montgomery County low-income families by providing them with clothing and home goods at no charge. This enables them to focus their resources on food, rent, utilities, medicine, school supplies and other basic needs. Through this program, we provide the link between neighbors who have things they no longer need with neighbors who use these items to provide for their basic needs.
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– Sort and organize donated clothes/household goods that will be provided to Interfaith Works Clothing Center clients free of charge
COVID-19 Volunteer Procedures:
Questions about volunteering or scheduling a volunteer group at the Interfaith Works Clothing Center? Please contact Miranda Marks, firstname.lastname@example.org, 240-728-6489.
The Interfaith Works Clothing Center accepts a wide variety of goods for donation. The donation hours for dropping off goods at the Clothing Center are
Tuesday-Thursday: 9:00am – 4:30pm, and Saturday: 9:00am – 2:00pm. Call the main IW number for more information: (301) 762-8682
The following goods are accepted at the Interfaith Works Clothing Center:
– Cleaning supplies (bleach, Clorox wipes, mops, brooms, dish soap, nitrile gloves, laundry detergent, etc.)
*Please note only gently used and new clothing will be accepted
– Clothing accessories (handbags, jewelry, shoes, etc.)
– Linens & Blankets (towels, washcloths, dishcloths, etc.)
*Please note all Linen & blanket donations must be gently used or new
– Small Appliances (toaster, microwave, coffee maker, etc.)
– Snack bars
– Socks & Underwear
*Please note that sock & underwear donations must be new
– Water bottles
The Interfaith Works Clothing Center also accepts supplies for those with infants through the Welcome Baby program. If you would like to donate any of the baby supplies listed below, please let the volunteer accepting your donation know it is for this program.
– newborn-sized diapers
– 0-3 month clothing
– “onesies” (0-3 month size)
– receiving blankets
– burp cloths
– diaper bags
If you would rather ship your donation directly to the Clothing Center, please do so at the following address:
Interfaith Works Clothing Center
751 Twinbrook Parkway
Rockville, MD 20851