CMR is dedicated to serving the most vulnerable residents of Rockville and Montgomery County. In order to fulfill our mission we rely on the generous support of individuals in our community. Your financial donation can provide the needed assistance that can make a difference in someone’s life. The following are some examples of what donations can do.
- $15 – Will purchase bus tokens for clients so they can use public transporation to our offices
- $30 – An hour of home health care for a frail senior
- $40 – Books for two semesters of ESOL classes
- $50 – Prescription Supplement
- $75 – One session of Relapse Prevention for a resident of our Housing Program
- $100 – A utility supplement for a needy family this winter
- $150 – One Patient Visit
- $200 – To support the cost of one class semester for one LOP student
Ways You Can Give:
Community Ministries of Rockville
1010 Grandin Ave., Ste. A1
Rockville, MD 20851
Credit Card via Community Ministries of Rockville's PayPal Site
For those of you who would like to give a special present to a friend or loved one, consider CMR’s Alternative Giving Program. The program is simple; designate the service that you wish your donation to support and a holiday card will be sent to the person for whom the gift is given. This is a wonderful gift to give; both for the person for whom it was named and for the recipients for the program’s donation.
Please designate Community Ministries of Rockville for your workplace giving; through a Matching Contribution Program offered by your employer, the United Way, Combined Federal Campaigns (CFC) and Montgomery Alliance.
Why We Need Your Support
Montgomery County is one of the wealthiest counties in the United States. It can be easy to live here and ignore those who have been the most adversely effected by the struggling economy. The statistics, however, are hard to ignore. In Montgomery County, there are now: 120,000 uninsured residents without access to health care; there are 6,500 children living below the poverty line; and 1000 homeless with waiting lists of more than a decade for affordable housing. As the economy continues to struggle, the demand for services is increasing. The statistics of those served by CMR this past year are equally impressive: the Clinic treated 1971 residents and provided healthcare education to an additional 5,941 individuals; REAP provided financial assistance to 676 residents and 1992 referrals for services; LOP served 449 adults and 224 children; Elderly Ministries served 65 Rockville frail elderly residents of Rockville; and the Jefferson Housing Program celebrated its 20th anniversary of providing housing for men who would otherwise be homeless. We also organized 250 Thanksgiving Meals for Rockville residents. All of our work was accomplished with the help of volunteers and the support of the community.