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Every day, hundreds of people in our community turn to Interfaith Works for help.

Join Jennifer and me in supporting our community - please give today.

We are no longer accepting donations on this campaign, but there are other ways for you to support us today!

$54,612 towards $50,000

This year, Interfaith Works is recognizing our family as the 2016 Humanitarians of the Year at the 19th Annual Companies Caring Breakfast.

Jennifer and I have supported Interfaith Works faithfully in a variety of ways over the years as volunteers and donors. I served as a board member for many years and have supported the agency in several efforts, including finding the locations of new IW programs. Jennifer has played many volunteer roles, including assisting in talent searches and the strategic planning process. Together, my family and I have supported the Interfaith Clothing Center as volunteers and through a large neighborhood drive.

Our priority is helping low-income people in any way we can, and teaching our children about the importance of serving others.

Poverty is preventing thousands of individuals and families from living lives of independence and self-sufficiency. Interfaith Works is committed to attacking the root causes of poverty, and has set a new strategic direction to make Montgomery County the lowest poverty rate county in the state of Maryland. It is an audacious goal, but we believe we can get there.

In recognition of being named Humanitarians of the Year, we are launching a personal campaign to help Interfaith Works in its mission to empower people to lift themselves out of poverty. Will you join us by making a donation?

If you would like to learn more about the breakfast and attend, information is available here.