On Tuesday, January 24, 2017, CMR once again honored our Fiscal Year 2016 volunteers at the annual CMR Volunteer Reception. Montgomery Community Media was there to speak with our volunteers, leaders and supporters. See the video and read the piece written by Mitti Hicks here.
An Exciting Partnership with a Nonprofit Organization Aligned with the CMR Mission - On August 9, CMR’s Language Outreach Program (LOP) began another exciting chapter. LOP began Conversation Classes through a partnership with Interfaith Works (IW) and their clients at the Interfaith Clothing Center (ICC). Classes will be held in four 8-week sessions each year, two mornings each week in class space at ICC. As with all LOP classes, childcare is being provided through CMR in conjunction with the classes.
The Baptists are coming! Actually, they were here July 9 – 16, making repairs to the homes of Elderly Ministries clients. In partnership with MissionServe, the District of Columbia Baptist Convention hosted church groups from around the country who spent a week completing volunteer projects throughout the DC region. CMR’s Elderly Ministries Program applied for projects at the homes of three of our EM clients and all three were chosen to be included in the 17 projects MissionServe performed this year.
Rockville Economic Development, Inc. (REDI) awarded their new "Rockin' Nonprofit" Award to CMR on Wednesday, September 30. This award was a new addition to their "Rockin' in Rockville" Award, presented to a Rockville-based business that is making a difference in the community and local economy through community engagement, innovation and business success. The award was presented at the 2nd Annual REDI Resource Meetup. See REDI's full story of the awards and event at Rockin Nonprofit.
CMR was proud to be able to be a part of the film project "Our Town - Rockville," a 60-minute documentary, featuring Rockville's everyday people and places, city landmarks and events.
Join the Mayor and Council for a free outdoor premier on Saturday, September 19 at 8pm in Rockville Town Square, between Maryland Avenue and Gibbs Street (Rain Date: Friday, September 25 at 8 pm). You can also catch the broadcast premiere on Maryland Public Television on Saturday, October 10 at 8pm or Sunday, October 11 at 11pm.
The December issue of the Washingtonian includes an insert from the Catalogue of Philanthropy offering advice on "How to Give" ...we are so proud to be inlcuded on the list of charities featured in that insert and in an article on "How to Make a Difference".
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CMR is pleased to announce our selection for the 2014/2015 Catalogue of Philanthropy out of a field of 200 applicants. Community Ministries of Rockville is recognized as "one of the best small charities in Greater Washington."