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Interfaith Clothing Center Service Event Recap

Last Saturday, February 6th, a group of ULI Young Leaders spent the morning volunteering at the Interfaith Works’ Clothing Center in Rockville, MD. Interfaith Works is a nonprofit agency that provides a range of services to meet the needs of the poor and homeless in Montgomery County. The Interfaith Clothing Center provides qualified, low-income families with clothing and home goods free of charge, allowing them to use more of their resources on food, rent, utilities, medicine, and other basic needs. The Clothing Center is in the process of moving to an expanded and improved space upstairs from its current location, so our group had the unique opportunity of helping the organization move its clothes and equipment to the new space and helping to organize the new Center. We also worked on sorting and hanging clothing donations in the new space and were happy to see the new Clothing Center coming together nicely by the time we left. It was a great day learning more about Interfaith Works’ programs and helping set up their sunny new space.


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