Black Ministers Conference of Montgomery County Maryland - "Leading As We Serve"
Community Resources

Washington Area Fuel Fund
Are you seeking an opportunity to help families in need during the cold winter months?  If so, you can contribute to the Washington Area Fuel Fund which reaches out to families in need to help pay for the cost of warming households.  Any donations are tax deductible.
What if you are a family in need of assistance?  Well the attached flyer provides the details on how to request assistance.  No one should go cold this winter if we all work together: WAFF Brochure

Montgomery Hospice                   End-of-Life Care
1355 Piccard Drive, Suite 100
Rockville, MD 20850
Phone (301)921-4400
Fax (301)921-4433
Montgomery Hospice is a nonprofit that provides professional medical care for Montgomery County, MD residents who are living with a life-limiting illness. Montgomery Hospice is the largest hospice in the county and has been caring for patients and families for more than 30 years. Click here to learn more about Montgomery Hospice.

Guide Right Program
Guide Right program to develop leadership skills and improve the life outcomes of African American and Latino male youth. Presented by Mr. Henry Hailstock and the Gaithersburg-Rockville MD Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.  Here is the flyer for the program: Guide Right Flyer
NIH National Human Genome Research Institute is conducting a study of African-Americans (21-65 years of age) and cardiovascular disease due to risk factors, such as social, environmental, and genetics. The study will assess healthy volunteers and those with cardiovascular diseases.
For more information, please call:
Laurie-Ann Sayles, Outreach & Recruitment Coordinator
Office: (301)451-1905   Cell: (240)515-7484
Online, Refer to study: 14-HG-0048

Achieving Collegiate Excellence and Success (ACES)
“Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS), Montgomery College and the Universities at Shady Grove (USG) have partnered to launch the Achieving Collegiate Excellence and Success (ACES) program to create a seamless educational pathway from high school to college completion. ACES will assist thousands of students from groups that are underrepresented in higher education – including African American, Hispanic, low income or first generation college students-to ultimately earn their baccalaureate degrees.”
[Note: Bridging the gap of college preparedness]

Sickle Cell Treatment Act H.R. Bill 5124               SCDAA        100,000 Signatures obtained

The Lott Carey Foreign Mission Convention (A global mission community churches extending the Christian witness around the world.)

The American Red Cross (Latest information in addition to health and safety training, education and international services)

The African American Lectionary (Free reading material.)


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