Interfaith Works, Community Ministries of Rockville and 21 others received grants.
United Way Of The National Capital Area
Thursday, January 24, 2013
Sunday, June 24, 2012
Community Ministries and Interfaith Works received boxes filled with personal items for clients.
Community Ministries of Rockville and Interfaith Works, also of Rockville, were two of three Montgomery County nonprofits to receive 280 boxes of supplies on Thursday to distribute to clients. The boxes were among more than 2,000 filled with personal and emergency preparedness as part of the United Way of the National Capital Area’s inaugural Shoebox Project. “There are so many people in need within Montgomery County," Nina Golding, director of development for Interfaith Works, said in a news release. "It is so important that there are organizations like the United Way that reach out and support those in need. Like the United Way, Interfaith Works is about neighbors helping neighbors and this is exactly what the Shoebox Project is about.” …
Thursday, March 8, 2012
The Rockville nonprofit seeks increased aid from the city for its housing initiative.
Community Ministries of Rockville will use four community impact grants recently awarded by the United Way of the National Capital Area to support its support of the city’s uninsured, low-income, elderly and Latino communities. United Way of the National Capital Area announced $277,498 in grants to 43 county nonprofit organizations on Feb. 28. The 53 grants will go to support United Way NCA focus areas of education, health and financial stability, according to a news release. The grants to Community Ministries totaled $18,916. They will go to support: “It is a big help to receive these contributions from the donors to the United Way campaign,” said Community Ministries executive director Agnes Saenz. “I want to thank the donors for helping…