We are so grateful for the community’s generosity in supporting the families who shop at the IW Clothing Center. We ask for an extra measure of your patience over an extended period. The Center will not accept any donations during the month of January However, we are in GREAT need of volunteers. Please consider coming … Continue reading Donation Pause, Volunteers Needed at IW Clothing Center
Our year-end campaign was a huge success, thanks to your generous support. We far exceeded our goal, which means more of our neighbors will get access to our vital programs that provide a pathway to stability. Watch the video to learn more.
Dear Friend, The IW Food HUB at Twinbrook recently passed a stunning milestone: 1 MILLION pounds of food given out to neighbors who are struggling with food insecurity. To me, this is a classic bad news/good news story. The depth and breadth of food insecurity in our community obviously is cause for concern. When this … Continue reading From the CEO – In It for the Long Haul
Interfaith Works expresses deep gratitude to The Carl M. Freeman Foundation Board of Trustees, which has awarded an unrestricted one-year grant of $115,000 to support IW programs as part of the legacy fund in honor of Joshua M. Freeman. Interfaith Works CEO Courtney Hall said, “This generous grant means that more Montgomery County neighbors will … Continue reading Freeman Foundation Grant Will Help Neighbors Seeking Stability
Interfaith Works is marking 50 years of service in 2022, and Dr. King’s words resonate deeply. As we reflect on our work over many years and share our vision for the future, we remain committed to service that uplifts and affirms the dignity and humanity of our neighbors, and always aspire to excellence.
We need your help sorting through the community’s generous donations to the IW Clothing Center at 751 Twinbrook Pkwy. in Rockville. You can sign up as an individual here. If you would like to bring a group to volunteer, contact volunteer coordinator Miranda Marks, firstname.lastname@example.org.
From IW CEO Courtney Hall:
This year’s holiday party at the IW Empowerment Center and Overflow programs at Progress Place in Silver Spring was a great example of how IW meets people where they are, celebrating the season and responding to residents’ health needs. These programs serve people experiencing homelessness. Since July of this year, in collaboration with our partners … Continue reading Celebrating and Meeting Neighbors Where They Are
IW is proud to be recognized by County Executive Marc Elrich for meeting the COVID-related needs of the community by setting up the IW Food HUB at our Clothing Center in the Twinbrook neighborhood of Rockville and hosting multiple COVID testing and vaccine events. Thank you to all of our volunteers and partners who have helped … Continue reading IW Recognized for COVID Response
It has been a tough year, hasn’t it? I have heard from plenty of colleagues and friends that they are very ready to put 2021 in the rear-view mirror. This year has brought plenty of pain. But for me and for our organization, it also has revealed lasting lessons that will inform the important work that we do in the year ahead. … Continue reading From the CEO – Growing Strong