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@awidercircleRT @KINDinMD: 51,842 kids in @MontgomeryCoMD live in “food insecure” households via @FeedingAmerica. Help KIND close the hunger gap! #commu- 5 days ago
@awidercircleRT @AFS401k: Had a great time at the @awidercircle Community Ball! Proud to support their mission to #endpoverty #togetherweendit http://t.…- 5 days ago
@awidercircleRT @S_MacLellan: Excellent @awidercircle's Community Ball event. Inspired by @CoryBooker: "You can't pay it back, you can only pay it forwa…- 5 days ago
@awidercircleRT @EllenbergWells: Thank you, Sen. @CoryBooker and @SenatorTimScott, for your steadfast commitment to addressing poverty @awidercircle #to- 5 days ago
@awidercircleRT @jthooper: If you want to be a part of the solution to end poverty in Washington DC get involved with @awidercircle they offer wrap arou…- 5 days ago

An all-out effort

A Wider Circle furnishes the homes of more than 4,000 families a year, equaling more than 15,000 children and adults every single year whose homes are transformed from empty spaces into beautifully furnished homes. We also provide comprehensive job preparedness support, including resume assistance, unlimited professional attire and accessories, and even a long-term job coach for every person who participates!

1000 Bed Challenge

Last year, A Wider Circle received more than 12,000 requests for beds, many of which came from mothers and fathers whose children are sleeping on the floor. In response to this need, the Wydler Brothers, a Washington, DC-based real estate team of Long and Foster Real Estate Inc., has pledged to donate 1,000 beds in 2015, with the help of many local partners. Join the challenge – and learn more about this corporate model for social change.

Building Community

Since its inception in 2001, A Wider Circle has provided basic need items and educational workshops to more than 150,000 individuals and families.  As we continue to fulfill our mission to go where the needs are greatest, A Wider Circle recently opened its arms and its doors onsite at Barry Farm in Southeast DC, a neighborhood where 100% of the residents live in deep poverty. This new project is the first of our Comprehensive Neighborhood Support (CNS) initiatives. The CNS program will be a major focus of our work going forward.

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



4808 Moorland Lane, Suite 802
Bethesda, MD 20814

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

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