2020 Combined Charities Campaign

November 2 – November 30, 2020

Thank you for your interest in the 2020 Combined Charities Campaign. This campaign is for employees of Frederick County Government, The City of Frederick and Frederick County Public Schools.

In 2020, we are offering online pledge forms. The electronic pledge forms can be found below per your employer. 

For frequently asked questions about the Combined Charities Campaign click here.

If you would like a nonprofit agency from the campaign to speak to your office about how donations make a difference, please click here to fill out a participation form and someone will get back to you in 24-48 hours.

Local Frederick County Agencies

0100 United Way of Frederick County 
301 663-4231 | www.unitedwayfrederick.org | Frederick, MD
Fights for the health, education and financial stability of every person in the Frederick County community without regard to gender, ethnicity, religion, age, sexual orientation, socio-economic status and physical or mental disabilities.  We improve lives by mobilizing the caring power of the community to advance the common good.
 
0700 Advocates for Homeless Families, Inc.
301-662-2003 | www.afhf88.org | Frederick, MD
Empowers homeless families to overcome their circumstances by providing access to housing, education, and supportive services. 
 
0720 The Angel Fund, Inc.
301-834-7252 | www.theangelfund.net | Jefferson, MD
Provides funding for families with children who have special needs and/or medical conditions for equipment, therapy, camp scholarships, and respite care (items not covered by insurance).
 
0103 American Red Cross
301-739-0717 | redcross.org | Hagerstown, MD
Helps people prevent, prepare for, and cope with emergencies. Provides wide range of services to the citizens of Allegany, Carroll, Frederick, Garrett, and Washington Counties.
 
0140 Asian American Center of Frederick
301-694-3355 | www.aacfmd.org |Frederick, MD
Supports ethnic minorities and immigrants so that they can live the American Dream by enhancing community services, empowering local communities through education and training, and enriching Frederick’s cultural richness through multiethnic events and diverse programs.
 
0141 Blessings in a Backpack
www.biabfrederickmd.org | Frederick, MD
Mobilizing communities, individuals, and resources to provide food on the weekends for elementary school children in Frederick County who might otherwise go hungry.
 
0125 Boys and Girls Club of Frederick County
301-600-1875 | www.bgcfc.org | Frederick, MD
Works to enable all youth, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as responsible, productive, caring citizens.
 
0536 Care Net Pregnancy Center of Frederick
301-662-5300 | carenetfrederick.org | Frederick, MD
Provides pregnancy and parenting support and education on making healthier decisions, so that clients have a better opportunity for lasting change in their lives.
 
0160 Centro Hispano de Frederick
301-668-6270 | www.centrohispanodefrederick.org | Frederick, MD
Provides tools and resources to residents who are limited in their english language proficiency (LEP) so they can learn the skills necessary to thrive and succeed.
 
0143 Children of Incarcerated Parents
240-578-5662 | www.coipp.org | Frederick, MD
Helps give children of incarcerated parents a voice in the community, in the schools, and in the community.
 
0153 City Youth Matrix
301-606-6927 | www.cityyouthmatrix.com | Frederick, MD
Connecting youth with opportunities to grow through extra-curricular activities.
 
0152 Central Maryland Youth for Christ
301-663-0561 | www.yfccm.org | Frederick, MD
YFC reaches young people everywhere, working together with the local church and other like-minded partners to raise up lifelong followers of Jesus who lead by their godliness in lifestyle, devotion to prayer and the Word of God, passion for sharing the love of Christ and commitment to social involvement.
 
0161 Claggett Center
301-874-5147www.claggettcenter.org | Frederick, MD
Serves all people in spiritual renewal, growth, and learning through ministries of hospitality and programming. 
 
1200 The Community Foundation of Frederick County, Maryland, Inc.
301-695-7660 | www.frederickcountygives.org | Frederick, MD
Helps people fulfill their charitable dreams by establishing charitable funds, which support grants to Frederick County charities and scholarships to deserving students.
 
0610 The Federated Charities Corporation of Frederick
301-662-1561 | www.federatedcharities.org | Frederick, MD
Provides strategic “bricks and mortar” support to charitable organizations in the community and operates a medical equipment loan closet: loaning out 1,000+ items for free each year. 
 
0144 Frederick Children’s Chorus
301-845-2451 | www.fredcc.org | Fredrick, MD
Provides training in the discipline of singing and mastery of musicianship through a performance-based choral experience.
 
1202 The Frederick Center, Inc. 
301-600-4047 | www.thefrederickcenter.org | Fredrick, MD
Dedicated to support, educate, link, organize, and provide outreach to the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer community of central Maryland.
 
0162 Frederick Community College Foundation
301-846-2400 | www.frederick.edu/foundation | Frederick, MD
Enriching the vitality and quality of life in our community by promoting access to higher education.
 
0600 Frederick County 4-H Therapeutic Riding Program, Inc.
301-898-3587| www.fc4htrp.org | Thurmont, MD
HORSES HELP HEAL!  Disabled Frederick County citizens are provided equestrian activities to improve their self-confidence, their muscle tone, balance and posture, and gain the “I can do it!” attitude. 
 
0154 Frederick County Humane Society
301-694-8300 | www.fchs.org | Frederick, MD
To advocate for animal welfare in the community and provide affordable services, resources and programs to help responsible pet owners keep their pets healthy, happy, and in life-long homes.
 
0750 Frederick Rescue Mission
301-695-6633 | www.therescuemission.org | Frederick, MD
The Rescue Mission is a Christ-centered ministry providing residential recovery programs to the homeless or chemically addicted, food to the hungry, clothing and furniture to the needy and connection within our community through relationships. The Mission also operates a community soup kitchen and food bank.
 
0159 Friends for Neighborhood Progress (Frederick Community Action Agency)
301-600-1506 | www.friendsfnp.org | Frederick, MD
The Frederick Community Action Agency, the federally designated Community Action Agency for Frederick County, Maryland, administers programs and services to assist disadvantaged and low-income people, thereby, ameliorating the causes and effects of poverty.
 
0115 Gale Recovery @ Wells House
301-298-2155 | www.galerecovery.org | Frederick, MD
Provides safe and secure housing, supportive counseling and individualized case management focused on our clients continued recovery from substance abuse while fostering independence and self-sufficiency.
 
1206 Girls on the Run of Mid & Western Maryland
301-471-4513 | www.gotrmidmd.org | Frederick, MD
Inspiring girls to be joyful, healthy, and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates running.
 
0117 Goodwill Industries of Monocacy Valley, Inc.
301-663-6893 | www.gimv.org | Frederick, MD
A donor-driven agency, a retailer, a contract services operation, a major recycler of textiles, and a leader in workforce development services.
 
0128 Habitat for Humanity of Frederick County
301-698-2449 | www.frederickhabitat.org | Frederick, MD
A Christian housing ministry that builds simple, decent, affordable housing in an effort to eliminate poverty housing and homelessness.
 
0118 Heartly House, Inc.
301-662-8800 | www.heartlyhouse.org | Frederick, MD
Provides comprehensive services to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, sexual trafficking, and child abuse.
 
1208 Hospice of Frederick County
240-556-3030| www.hospiceoffrederick.org | Frederick, MD
Promotes quality of life by providing compassionate medical and emotional spiritual and bereavement support to individuals and their loved ones facing a life limiting illness.
 
0119 Housing Authority of the City of Frederick
301-662-8173 | www.hacfrederick.org | Frederick, MD
Engages with Frederick's low and moderate income residents by providing a healthy foundation for economic self-sufficiency through employment and education supports in safe, affordable housing.
 
0163 I Believe in Me, Inc. 
240-586-1221 | www.ibelieve-in-me.org | Frederick, MD
Provides youth development, support and empowerment through mentorship.
 
0129 Interfaith Housing Alliance, Inc.
301-662-4225 | www.interfaithhousing.org | Frederick, MD
Provides affordable housing opportunities and supportive services to improve the quality of life and economic stability for seniors, working families, and individuals.
 
0155 L'Arche Frederick
www.larchefrederick.org | Frederick, MD
We are working to establish a community of L'Arche in Frederick, Maryland which would provide life-long homes in which core members with intellectual disabilities and those who assist them live together in a spirit of deep friendship. 
 
0745 Literacy Council of Frederick County, Inc. 
301-600-2066 | www.frederickliteracy.org | Frederick, MD
Trained volunteer tutors assist adults in gaining basic reading, writing, and English speaking skills through free, confidential, individual services resulting in lives and communities with a higher quality of life. 
 
0146 Marriage Resource Center of Frederick County, Inc.
301-502-1660 | www.marriagefrederick.org | Frederick, MD
Empowers and equips individuals, couples, and families to build resilience and resources for a more prosperous life through relationship mentoring and programming, marriage enrichment events, online courses, workshops, and classes.
 
0156 Maryland Ensamble Theatre
301-694-4744 | www.marylandensemble.org | Frederick, MD
Neighborhood playhouse showcasing dramas & comedies, plus kid-friendly theater, in laid-back digs.
 
0310 Maryland Food Bank, Inc.
410-737-8282 | www.mdfoodbank.org | Baltimore, MD
Distributes nutritious food through 1,250 community partners to 21 counties and Baltimore City.  In 2018 the Maryland Food Bank provided more than 4.3 million pounds of food—the equivalent of nearly 3.6 million meals—to 40 schools, soup kitchens, pantries, and emergency shelters in Frederick County alone.
 
0120 Mental Health Association of Frederick County
301-663-0011 | www.fcmha.org | Frederick, MD
Supports the community through mental health services, education and advocacy. In addition to running a mental health hotline.
 
0147 The Monocacy Foundation, Inc.
301-639-0248| www.communitylivinginc.org/Monocacy | Frederick, MD
Provides grants, based on financial need, to Frederick County citizens who have an intellectual or developmental disability and to organizations working with this population.
 
0157 Monacacy Health Partners LLC
240-439-8913 | www.monacacyhealthpartners.org | Frederick, MD
Monocacy Health Partners is an affiliation of private practices that have joined together to provide coordinated patient care over the continuum of specialty services.
 
0400 The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation
301-447-1365 | www.firehero.org | Emmitsburg, MD
Sponsors annual Memorial Weekend honoring America’s fallen fire heroes; assists their family members through scholarships and long-term emotional support programs; provides training for fire service; and building National Memorial Park.
 
0158 New Hope Community Partnership
240-397-9303 | www.newhopepartnership.org | Frederick, MD
To promote physical, emotional and spiritual development and to improve the quality of life of the residents of the City of Brunswick and surrounding areas.
 
0730 Partners In Care Maryland, Inc.
301-682-7433 | www.partnersincare.org | Frederick, MD
Partners In Care volunteers use their own vehicles to provide transportation (at no cost) for older adults to travel to doctor’s appointments, grocery shopping, etc. and provides other assistance to help them remain independent in their homes.
 
0113 Religious Coalition for Emergency Human Needs 
301-631-2670 | www.thereligiouscoalition.org | Frederick, MD
A leading provider of homeless prevention and emergency shelter for homeless adults and families.
 
0164 The Salvation Army in Frederick
301-662-2311 | www.salvationarmymwv.org | Frederick, MD
Assists in many areas of social services to help those in our community in need.
 
0149 Second Chances Garage
240-724-1919 | www.secondchancesgarage.org | Frederick, MD
Provides low-cost reliable transportation and repairs to low-income families in Frederick County, Maryland, and surrounding areas.
 
0165 Seton Center, Inc.
301-447-6102 | www.setoncenter.org | Frederick, MD
Providing programs and services fill the unmet needs that county and local governments, schools and other non-profits do not provide.
 
0166 Society of St. Vincent de Paul
301-662-4676 | www.svdpusa.org | Frederick, MD
Provides person-to-person services to the most vulnerable residents in our community.
 
1211 Spanish Speaking Communities of Maryland
240-877-7466 | www.spanishcommunityofmd.org | Frederick, MD
Empowering low-income families & immigrants from diverse backgrounds by promoting self-sufficiency, greater social change, education and legal rights.
 
0150 Student Homelessness Initiative Partnership (SHIP) of Frederick County, Inc. 
240-415-8971 | www.shipfrederick.com | Frederick, MD
Provides counseling services, new clothing, enrichment activities, and emergency shelter for the hundreds of Frederick County youth experiencing homelessness each year. 
 
0167 Supporting Older Adults Through Resources, Inc.
240-575-9665 | www.soarfrederick.org | Frederick, MD
Providing assistance to older adults in Frederick County to meet their essential needs in a confidential, respectful, and dignified manner.
 
0900 Trinity Pastoral Counseling Center
301-662-8908 | www.trinityfrederick.org | Frederick, MD
Offers pastoral and psychotherapeutic counseling plus occasional education programs for the continuing development of inter- and intrapersonal life skills.  Uses licensed counselors, sliding-scale fees, and third-party payments.
 
0168 United Cerebral Palsy of Central Maryland
410-484-4540 | www.unified.org | Frederick, MD
Providing resources and services to individuals with disabilities so they can live full and meaningful lives.
 
0151 Woman to Woman Mentoring, Inc.
301-846-2556 | www.womantowomanmentoring.org | Frederick, MD
Matches young women in an inter-generational relationship with a volunteer mentor.  The mentoring pair works together one-on-one and joins together as a community every three weeks in our “life skill” workshops. 
 
0124 YMCA of Frederick County
301-663-5131 | www.frederickymca.org | Frederick, MD
Works to strengthen and enrich the development of individuals and families through quality programs and services that build a healthy spirit, mind, and body for all.
 

Creating Healthier Communities (Formerly Community Health Charities)

0500 CHC: Creating Healthier Communities
Building stronger communities and empowering people to take action to improve health and wellbeing through giving opportunities, causes, volunteering,  and health resources.
 
0592 AIDS United
202-408-4848 | www.aidsunited.org
AIDS United has the singular mission of ending the HIV/AIDS epidemic the United States.
 
0530 ALS Association, DC/MD/VA Chapter, Maryland
301-978-9855 | www.ALSinfo.org
Improve quality of life for people living with ALS, commonly known as Lou Gehrig's disease, and their families, by providing free services.
 
0567 Alzheimer's Association, Greater Maryland Chapter
410-561-9099 | www.alz.org
The Alzheimer’s Association is the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer’s care and support and the largest private, nonprofit funder of Alzheimer’s research.
 
0575 American Cancer Society, Baltimore
800-227-2345 | www.cancer.org
We are accelerating progress against cancer in every community by saving lives, helping those touched by cancer, and empowering people to fight back against cancer.
 
0503 American Diabetes Association, Maryland
410-265-0075 | www.diabetes.org
Committed to finding a cure for diabetes, improving care and providing information and support to help Stop Diabetes® through research, community programs and advocacy.
 
0568 American Heart Association, Mid-Atlantic Affiliate, Maryland, Baltimore
410-685-7074 | www.heart.org/maryland
To be a relentless force for a world of longer, healthier lives through research, training, advocacy, community services and public, patient and professional education.
 
0569 American Kidney Fund
800-638-8299 | www.kidneyfund.org
The American Kidney Fund fights kidney disease through direct financial support to patients in need; health education; and prevention efforts.
 
0572 American Lung Association in Maryland
202-747-5533 | www.lung.org
The mission of the American Lung Association is to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease through research, education and advocacy.
 
0593 American Lung Association in the District of Columbia
202-719-2810 | www.lung.org
Serving the Mid-Atlantic Region our mission is to save lives by improving long health and preventing lung disease through programs, research, education, advocacy.
 
0504 Arthritis Foundation, Mid-Atlantic Region, Maryland, Bethesda
202-787-5333 | www.arthritis.org
The Arthritis Foundation is the champion of Yes. The Foundation helps conquer battles through life-changing information and resources, access to care and advancements in science.
 
0505 Arthritis Foundation, Mid-Atlantic Region, Maryland, Columbia
202-787-5333 | www.arthritis.org
The Arthritis Foundation is the champion of Yes. The Foundation helps conquer battles through life-changing information and resources, access to care and advancements in science.
 
0594 Association of Maternal and Child Health Programs
202-775-0436 | www.amchp.org
AMCHP leads and supports programs nationally to protect and promote the optimal health of women, children, youth families, and communities.
 
0508 Autism Speaks, National Capital Area
202-955-3111 | www.autismspeaks.org
We fund biomedical research into the causes, prevention, treatments and cure for autism spectrum disorders; increase awareness; and advocate for the needs of affected families.
 
0581 Breast Cancer Research Foundation
646-497-2600 | www.bcrf.org
The mission of the Breast Cancer Research Foundation is to prevent and cure breast cancer by advancing the world's most promising research.
 
0573 Brigance Brigade Foundation
The Brigance Brigade Foundation equips, encourages and empowers people and families living with ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease) with information, resources, and Patient Service Grant funds.
 
0582 Camps for Kids with Health Challenges
Provide memorable, meaningful and restorative outdoor experiences for children managing long-term health conditions.
 
0521 Children's Cause for Cancer Advocacy
202-552-7392 | www.childrenscause.org
The Children's Cause serves as the voice of children with cancer, representing their interests in DC by educating policymakers about drug development, research and survivorship.
 
0595 Children's Hospital Foundation
301-565-8500 | childrensnational.org
As the nation's children's hospital, the mission of Children's National is to excel in Care, Advocacy, Research and Education.
 
0596 Colorectal Cancer Alliance
202-628-0123 | www.ccalliance.org
Our mission is to knock colon cancer out of the top three cancer killers. We do this by championing prevention, funding research & providing support.
 
0597 Community Behavioral Health Association of Maryland
410-788-1865 | www.mdcbh.org
Makes high quality treatment, rehabilitation, vocational and housing opportunities available to Maryland's children and adults with mental illness in partnership with community-based service agencies.
 
0583 Community Health Charities' Disaster Response
Disaster response is not just about rebuilding homes; it’s about rebuilding lives. Community Health Charities’ Disaster Response fund meets the short and long-term health and mental health needs of those impacted by crisis, conflict, and disaster.
 
0524 Crohn's & Colitis Foundation, Greater Washington DC/Virginia Chapter
Our mission is to cure Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis, and to improve the quality of life of children and adults affected by these diseases.
 
0507 Crohn's & Colitis Foundation, Maryland/Southern Delaware Chapter
Our mission is to cure Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis, and to improve the quality of life of children and adults affected by these diseases.
 
0509 Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Maryland Chapter
410-628-0795 | www.cff.org/Maryland
The mission of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is to cure cystic fibrosis and provide all people with CF the opportunity to lead full, productive lives.
 
0525 Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Metropolitan Washington DC Chapter
301-657-8444 | www.cff.org/MetroDC
The mission of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is to cure cystic fibrosis and provide all people with CF the opportunity to lead full, productive lives.
 
0584 Drive for a Cure
Help advance research to find a cure for the diseases that impact the most Americans.
 
0585 End Bullying
Every day, 160,000 students skip school for fear of being bullied. Bullied children are more likely to drop out of school before graduating, are more likely to struggle with depression, and unfortunately, risk turning into bullies themselves.
 
0571 Epilepsy Foundation
800-332-1000 | www.epilepsy.com
Epilepsy Foundation’s mission: stop seizures and SUDEP, find a cure and overcome challenges created by epilepsy through education, advocacy and research to accelerate new therapies.
 
0511 Epilepsy Foundation Maryland
410-828-7700 | www.epilepsy.com
Epilepsy Foundation’s mission: stop seizures and SUDEP, find a cure and overcome challenges created by epilepsy through education, advocacy and research to accelerate new therapies.
 
0586 Every Kid Deserves
Every kid deserves a chance to learn, play and grow up healthy and active - but there are too many children missing out on these fundamentals of childhood.
 
0587 Health Disparities
Help provide critical health services to vulnerable populations across the nation that are struggling to get the care they need.
 
0578 Hero's Health
Protect the physical and mental health of our nation’s military, veterans and first responders.
 
0523 Hospice & Palliative Care Network of Maryland
410-891-5741 | www.hnmd.org
We are a provider organization who promotes the provision of quality hospice and palliative for patients facing advanced illness and bereavement services for their families.
 
0529 Humanim, Inc.
410-381-7171 | www.humanim.org
Humanim provides workforce development, mental health, deaf and developmental disability services to adolescents, adults and older adults most in need throughout Maryland.
 
0512 JDRF International, Capital Chapter, DC
202-371-0044 | www.jdrf.org
JDRF is the leading global organization funding type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. Our mission is to cure, prevent and treat T1D and its complications.
 
0514 Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Maryland Chapter
443-471-1600 | www.lls.org
The mission of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is: Cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families.
 
0598 Lupus Foundation of America
202-349-1155 | www.lupus.org
LFA is the only national force fighting to solve the cruel mystery of lupus while giving caring support to those who suffer from its impact.
 
0520 March of Dimes, Greater Maryland
410-752-7990 | www.marchofdimes.org
Donations are used to fund research, educational programs, community services and advocacy efforts focused on giving every child a fighting chance at a healthy start.
 
0540 March of Dimes, National Capital Area
571-257-2330 | www.marchofdimes.org
Donations are used to fund research, educational programs, community services and advocacy efforts focused on giving every child a fighting chance at a healthy start.
 
0579 Men's Health
One in three men between the ages of 18 and 50 haven’t been to the doctor in over a year. The top health issues affecting men include heart disease, cancer, chronic lower respiratory disease (like asthma), stroke, diabetes, and suicide.
 
0599 Mental Health America
800-969-6642 | mhanational.org
Mental Health America (MHA), founded in 1909, is the nation’s leading community-based non-profit dedicated to helping all Americans achieve wellness by living mentally healthier lives.
 
0588 Mental Health and Wellbeing
Offering hope and help for those struggling with mental health.
 
0526 Mental Health Association of Maryland
443-901-1550 | www.mhamd.org
MHA of Maryland works to improve access to mental health services and public understanding of mental illness through education, advocacy and services oversight programs.
 
0551 Mission of Mercy, Maryland
Mission of Mercy provides free healthcare, including lab, x-ray and prescription medications to the uninsured using volunteer healthcare professionals operating from a mobile medical clinic.
 
0543 Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Maryland
410-964-5757 | www.madd.org/md
The Mission of MADD is to end drunk driving, help fight drugged driving, support the victims of these violent crimes, and prevent underage drinking.
 
0527 Moveable Feast
410-327-3420 | www.mfeast.org
We provide healthy meals and nutrition counseling free to low-income individuals with HIV/AIDS, cancer and other life-threatening illnesses. 
 
0546 Muscular Dystrophy Association, Maryland
410-494-7106 | www.mda.org
Fighting neuromuscular diseases through worldwide research; providing comprehensive healthcare services and support to MDA families nationwide; and rallying communities through advocacy, fundraising and local engagement.
 
0518 Muscular Dystrophy Association, Virginia, Reston
703-476-5780 | www.mda.org
Fighting neuromuscular diseases through worldwide research; providing comprehensive healthcare services and support to MDA families nationwide; and rallying communities through advocacy, fundraising and local engagement.
 
0605 NAMI 
703-524-7600 | www.nami.org
NAMI provides advocacy, education, support and public awareness so that all individuals and families affected by mental illness can build better lives.
 
0580 NAMI Prince George's County MD, Inc.
301-429-0970 | www.namipgc.org
NAMI provides hope for individuals, families, and the community who are affected by the challenges of mental illness through programs of support, education and advocacy.
 
0570 National Foundation for Cancer Research
800-321-2873 | www.nfcr.org
Dedicated to providing scientists the funding they need to make game-changing discoveries in cancer treatments, detection and ultimately, a cure for all types of cancer.
 
0513 National Kidney Foundation Serving the National Capital Area
804-288-8342 | www.kidney.org
We are the largest, most effective, and longstanding organization fighting kidney disease, a growing public health problem affecting 1 in 3 Americans and their families.
 
0548 National Kidney Foundation Serving Maryland & Delaware
410-494-8545 | www.kidney.org
Dedicated to prevention, treatment/cure of kidney/urologic diseases. Provides variety of patient services, community/professional education and research funding. Promotes organ donor awareness.
 
0554 National Multiple Sclerosis Society
People affected by MS can live their best lives as we stop MS in its tracks, restore what has been lost and end MS forever.
 
0601 National Psoriasis Foundation, DC
800-723-9166 | www.psoriasis.org
To drive efforts to cure psoriatic disease and improve the lives of those affected.
 
0556 Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, National Capital Area
202-742-6699 | www.pancan.org
A nationwide network of people dedicated to working together to advance research, support patients and create hope for those affected by pancreatic cancer.
 
0602 Paralyzed Veterans of America
800-424-8200 | www.pva.org
Ensure veterans with spinal cord injury or disease live longer, more fulfilling lives.
 
0557 Parkinson Foundation of the National Capital Area
PFNCA works to improve the quality of life for people living with Parkinson's disease. This is achieved through support, education, wellness and public awareness programs.
 
0519 Planned Parenthood of Maryland
Helping individuals make informed decisions about their reproductive health, family planning options, and sexuality through medical services, education, training and advocacy.
 
0589 Refugee Aid Fund
The Refugee Aid Fund will help bring relief to suffering children and families in crisis and support urgent refugee needs, including food, water and shelter.
 
0590 Restore Her Heart: Protecting Women and Girls
Fund prevention and support services to end the trafficking of women and girls.
 
0544 Sickle Cell Disease Association of America
The only national voluntary organization dedicated to addressing issues created by this inherited condition. SCDAA provides public information, professional education, advocacy, and supports research.
 
0603 Spina Bifida Association of America
Preventing spina bifida and enhancing the lives of all those affected through education, research, advocacy, and service.
 
0552 St. Jude Children's Research Hospital (serving DC, DE, MD, VA, & Eastern PA)
703-650-4500 | www.stjude.org
Researches and treats childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases.  Families never billed by St. Jude for treatment, travel, housing or food.  Discoveries freely shared worldwide.
 
0553 Susan G. Komen, Maryland
410-938-8990 | www.komenmd.org
Komen Maryland promise is to save lives and end breast cancer forever by empowering people, ensuring quality care and energizing science to find the cures.
 
0560 Tracy's Kids
301-335-1811 | www.tracyskids.org/
Tracy's Kids uses Art Therapy to help children with cancer and their families cope with the psychological stress and trauma imposed by cancer and treatment.
 
0561 Tuerk House, Inc.
410-233-0684 | www.tuerkhouse.org
Provides residential, outpatient and halfway house treatment for substance abusers, empowering those in recovery without means to regain physical and mental health.
 
0522 Unified Community Connections
410-484-4540 | www.unified.org
Advances the independence of individuals with disabilities through services and supports for children and adults with a wide variety of disabilities and chronic health issues.
 
0591 Women's Health
Do you know more women than men are living with a chronic disease? The top health issues affecting women are heart disease, cancer, chronic lower respiratory diseases (like asthma), stroke, Alzheimer’s, and diabetes (CDC).
 
0604 ZERO - The End of Prostate Cancer
202-463-9455 | www.zerocancer.org
ZERO will save lives and stop pain and suffering by advancing research, encouraging action, providing education and support to men and their families.
 
 

EarthShare Mid-Atlantic Member Agencies

0250 EarthShare Mid-Atlantic
(240) 333-0300 I www.earthshare.org I Bethesda, MD
Donations fuel the progress of respected organizations working in the Mid-Atlantic region, nationally, and globally to protect our health, air, land, water and wildlife.
 
0253 Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay
(443) 949-0575 I www.allianceforthebay.org I Annapolis, MD
The Alliance mission is to lead, support and inspire local action to restore and protect the lands, rivers and streams of the Chesapeake Bay watershed.
 
0254 American Chestnut Land Trust
(410) 414-3400 I www.acltweb.org I Prince Frederick, MD
We manage over 3,500 acres of forest, farmland, and wetlands and promote sustainable public use of our preserved properties for educational, scientific, recreational and cultural purposes. We protect the land for the benefit of this and future generations.
 
0280 Anacostia Watershed Society
(301) 699-6204 I www.anacostiaws.org I Bladensburg, MD
The Anacostia Watershed Society advances the vision of a swimmable and fishable Anacostia River through its education, stewardship, advocacy, and recreation programs.
 
0255 Assateague Coastal Trust
(410) 629-1538 I www.actforbays.org I Berlin, MD
ACT works to protect the natural resources of the Delmarva coastal region and promote human health, recreation, and sustainable economy through advocacy, education and conservation.
 
0256 Audubon Naturalist Society of the Central Atlantic States
(301) 652-9188 I www.anshome.org  Chevy Chase, MD
Regional environmental organization dedicated to habitat and watershed protection and to providing people of all ages with a greater understanding and appreciation of their natural world through outdoor experiences and education.
 
0257 Audubon Society of Northern Virginia
(703) 438-6008 I www.audubonva.org I Reston, VA
We are a volunteer-driven organization conducting citizen science, education, and advocacy to conserve and restore natural ecosystems and habitat for birds and other wildlife in Northern Virginia.
 
0261 Audubon Society of the District of Columbia 
(202) 600-7962 I www.audubondc.org I Washington, DC
Promotes the appreciation and conservation of birds and their habitats in the District of Columbia to benefit people and other wildlife.
 
0242 Bethesda Green
(240) 396-2440 I www.bethesdagreen.org I Bethesda, MD
Our mission is to accelerate the sustainable economy locally with a focus on innovation, impact, and community. We are an incubator, connector, and community partner.
 
0264 Blue Water Baltimore
(410) 254-1577 I www.bluewaterbaltimore.orgI Baltimore, MD
Our mission is to restore the quality of Baltimore's rivers, streams, and harbor to foster a healthy environment, a strong economy and thriving communities.
 
0281 C&O Canal Trust 
(301) 714-2233 I www.canaltrust.org I Hagerstown, MD
The C&O Canal Trust, as the official non-profit partner of the C&O Canal National Historical Park, works to raise funds to preserve the Park for future generations and to manage programs that highlight the Park's historical, natural, and cultural heritage and recreational opportunities.
 
0238 Chesapeake Audubon Society
(443) 423-1847 I www.chesapeakeaudubon.org I Easton, MD
Works in the central Maryland region to promote the stewardship of natural ecosystems through education, conservation, restoration, and advocacy. Provides child/adult environmental education, field trips, and operates Pickering Creek Audubon Center.
 
0258 Chesapeake Wildlife Heritage
(410) 822-5100 I www.cheswildlife.org I Chester, MD
Dedicated to the restoration, management and protection of wildlife habitat and the promotion of sustainable agriculture, through direct action with private and public landowners.
 
0263 Echo Hill Outdoor School
(410) 348-5880 I www.ehos.org I Worton, MD
Provides interdisciplinary residential outdoor education programs for participants in the Mid-Atlantic region. We complement classroom learning while cultivating curiosity and knowledge about science, history & human development.
 
0252 Echoes Of Nature
(301) 860-1306 I www.EchoesOfNature.org I Bowie, MD
Introduce the wonders of nature back to people through educational and enjoyable programs featuring live animal ambassadors at their location and future wildlife discovery center.
 
0241 EcoAction Arlington (formally Arlingtonians for a Clean Environment)
(703) 228-6427 I www.arlingtonenvironment.org I Arlington, VA
Protects and improves water, air, and open spaces in the Arlington community and nearby areas by promoting stewardship of our natural resources and connecting all citizens to practical solutions that achieve a sustainable lifestyle.
 
0290 FRESHFARM Markets
(202) 362-8889 I www.freshfarmmarkets.org I Washington, DC
Promotes sustainable agriculture and improves food access in the Mid-Atlantic region. We operate producer-only farmers markets that provide economic opportunities to local farmers and producers and run programs on food and environmental issues.
 
0291 Friends of the National Zoo
(202) 633-4888 I www.fonz.org I Washington, DC
Friends of the National Zoo helps Smithsonian’s National Zoo save species by raising funds to supports its mission, providing educational experiences and inspiring guests.
 
0264 Howard County Conservancy 
(410) 465-8877 I www.hcconservancy.orgI Woodstock, MD
A local, non-profit environmental education center and land trust. Our mission is to educate children and adults about the natural work, preserve the land and its legacy for future generations and model responsible stewardship of our environment.
 
0239 Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake 
(410) 609-6852 I www.interfaithchesapeake.orgI Annapolis, MD
To ignite the power of faith communities in the Chesapeake region to honor all Creation by working together to protect and restore our shared watershed.
 
0243 Interfaith Power & Light (MD.DC.NoVA.) 
(202) 709-7641 I www.ipldmv.org I Washington, DC
Supports local congregations of all faiths in saving energy, going green, and responding to climate change.
 
0244 James River Association
(804) 788-8811 I www.jamesriverassociation.org I Richmond, VA
We are a guardian for the James River, providing a voice for the river and taking action to promote conservation and stewardship of its resources.
 
0245 Land Trust of Virginia
(540) 687-8441 I www.landtrustva.org I Middleburg, VA
Partners with private landowners who wish to voluntarily protect and preserve their working farmland or natural lands with significant scenic, historic, and ecological value for the benefit of our community through conservation easements.
 
0266 Lower Shore Land Trust
(443) 234-5587 I www.lowershorelandtrust.org I Snow Hill, MD
Dedicated to preserving rural lands, to promoting vibrant towns, and to building a more healthy and connected Eastern Shore.
 
0292 National Aquarium
(410) 576-3800 I www.aqua.org I Baltimore, MD
More than an attraction, the Aquarium provides environmental education experiences and engages citizens in conservation projects that benefit the region's watersheds and beyond.
 
0231 Owl Moon Raptor Center 
(301) 908-7249 I www.owlmoon.org I Boyds, MD
Preserves birds of prey through rescue, rehabilitation and release; habitat protection, enhancement and expansion; and public education.
 
0284 Oyster Recovery Partnership
(410) 990-4970 I www.oysterrecovery.org I Annapolis, MD
The region's leading nonprofit dedicated to the large-scale restoration of oyster reefs in the Chesapeake Bay, planting nearly eight billion oysters of 2,400 acres of oyster habitat in Maryland since 1998.
 
0246 Partnership for the Delaware Estuary
(800) 445-4935 I www.DelawareEstuary.org I Wilmington, DE
Partnership for the Delaware Estuary leads science-based and collaborative efforts to improve the tidal Delaware River and Bay, which spans Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
 
0285 Potomac Conservancy
(301) 608-1188 I www.potomac.org I Silver Spring, MD
The region's leading clean water advocate, fighting to ensure the Potomac River boasts clean drinking water, healthy lands, and connected communities.
 
0286 Potomac Riverkeeper
(202) 888-2037 I www.prknetwork.org I Washington, DC
Protecting the public's right to clean water in our rivers and streams through legal advocacy and enforcement.
 
0277 Rock Creek Conservancy
(301) 579-3105 I www.rockcreekconservancy.org I Bethesda, MD
Restores Rock Creek as a natural oasis for all people to appreciate and protect. An official friends group of Rock Creek Park and protects water quality in Rock Creek through volunteer and youth engagement, advocacy, and on-the-ground restoration.
 
0276 Scenic Rivers Land Trust
(410) 424-4000 I www.srlt.org I Annapolis, MD
Non-political conservation organization dedicated to protecting environmentally sensitive land within the watersheds of Herring Bay and the South, West, Rhode, Severn, and Patuxent Rivers.
 
0272 Trout Unlimited, Mid-Atlantic Council
(410) 370-2545 I www.midatlanticcouncil.tu.org I Baltimore, MD
The Mid-Atlantic Council of Trout Unlimited supports regional local chapters to conserve, protect and restore coldwater fisheries and their watersheds
 
0273 Valleys Planning Council 
(410) 337-6877 I www.thevpc.org I Towson, MD
Protects land and natural and scenic resources through easements and land use planning. Actively involved in shaping public policies and review of local development proposals.