Meet Our Staff: How Thomas' Past Helps Him Create Brighter Futures for MCCH Clients
MCCH staff member Thomas works face-to-face with our clients every day, and he develops a personal connection with each one. From living on the street to moving into their own apartment, Thomas is with our clients every step of the way on the journey toward ending their homelessness.

Watch the video above to hear Thomas share how these relationships have affected him personally, including an emotional experience he had during our Back to School Fair.
MCCH Recognized as Nonprofit of the Year
Thank you to the Nonprofit Village for recognizing MCCH as the large nonprofit recipient of the 2018 Nonprofit Making a Difference Award! We look forward to formally accepting this award on May 4th at the Nonprofit Village's annual breakfast.

We are grateful to our incredibly dedicated staff, public and private partners, volunteers and supporters who are working hard every day to create a community in which every Montgomery County resident has a safe, stable and affordable place to call home.
Attend our 2018 Gala to Celebrate First Responders
Join us on Thursday, May 3, 2018 at Bethesda North Marriott Hotel & Conference Center as we recognize the important role of Montgomery County’s emergency responders in addressing homelessness in our community.

Complete details including sponsorship opportunities and ticket purchases are available  online . You may also contact Debbie Ezrin at or 301-917-6644 for more information.
Donors Making a Difference: Urgent Needs Task Force
19-year-old Brandon is one of the youngest clients staying in our emergency shelter. Many of the donated clothes we receive are too big for him, and he only had one pair of pants.

We turned to our friends in our Urgent Needs Task Force Facebook group and asked if anyone could fill this need. Within hours, two pairs of pants were ordered and headed to our office!

Thanks to Stacey Axler and Jennifer Moss for providing two new pairs of pants for this young man. This donation restored some of the dignity he had lost due to experiencing homelessness.
Thank you for your commitment to ensuring that all Montgomery County residents have a safe, stable and affordable place to call home!


Susie Sinclair-Smith, Executive Director
Montgomery County Coalition for the Homeless and President of Coalition Homes
600-B East Gude Drive Rockville MD, 20850