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@awidercircleThank you so much @TuftsAlumni for your help today! #endpoverty https://t.co/QQXX9T2IjS- 3 hours ago
@awidercircle“We like how AWC helps people. We hope our daughter has goodwill & will serve others when she grows up” - Claritza https://t.co/NaRecAD9Rl- 6 hours ago
@awidercircle“This is his first bed & he’s so excited!” The moment Alberto saw this SpongeBob Squarepants bed, his eyes lit up! https://t.co/AoYWam2YXm- 1 day ago
@awidercircleRT @markbergel: Companies like @360LiveMedia are key to the larger change! Love 'em! #mypriority #endpoverty @awidercircle https://t.co/Cup…- 1 day ago
@awidercircleRT @markbergel: @carmeloanthony Love ur passion to engage; this is about poverty - let's help our neighbors to rise out of it. I'll walk w/…- 2 days ago

Neighborhood Partnerships Model

Across this country, decade after decade, we have been inching toward solutions, helping a small number of people to find their way out of poverty. The Neighborhood Partnerships Model will change that, utilizing collaborations across all sectors of society to help every member in the community to prosper: the creation of safe and  vibrant neighborhoods, the provision of education and professional development programs, the development of long-term support for individuals, and the assurance of quality housing for all.

The Provision of Basic Need Items

There is a sentiment in our country that if people have nothing, they should be happy to get anything. We do not see it that way. We believe that if people have nothing, they have already gotten the worst in life. Now, it is time to give them the best. A Wider Circle provides basic need items to individuals and families transitioning out of homelessness, fleeing domestic abuse, or otherwise living without the essentials of life. For many, we are the only resource for turning empty spaces into stable and dignified homes.

Ending Poverty

We know that poverty in the United States will end when every sector of society engages – and when it is a priority of every citizen. The more we connect those in poverty with those willing and able to help, the more likely we are to accomplish this goal. We ask you to join us, whether as a job coach, a donor, a wraparound partner, or a volunteer at our center, in seeing the end of poverty in this country.

Center for Community Service

9159 Brookville Road
Silver Spring, MD 20910

Drop-off Hours
Mon - Sat: 9:00 - 6:00pm
Sunday: 12:00 - 6:00pm

 

Contact

MAILING ADDRESS:
4808 Moorland Lane, Suite 802
Bethesda, MD 20814

Phone: 301-608-3504
Fax: 301-608-3508