Please donate to help us provide 5,600 weekend meals to kids: womenwhocareministries.org/donations, cash app: $give2wwcm OR you may mail a check to Women Who Care Ministries, PO Box 87552, Montgomery Village MD 20886
WWCM is proud of our long-standing partnership with Montgomery County Public Schools to provide weekend meals to low-income children and families Our distribution sites continue to grow so please visit this page often for updated information:
We are distributing food sacks Friday, May 29,
from 11am-1pm at:
Shady Grove Middle
8100 Midcounty Highway
Gaithersburg, MD 20877
Brown Station Elementary
851 Quince Orchard Blvd
Gaithersburg, MD 20878
18201 Contour Rd
101 Education Blvd
Washington Grove Elementary
8712 Oakmont St
20301 Brandermill Drive
Germantown, MD 20886
Montgomery Village Middle
19300 Watkins Mill Rd
Montgomery Village, MD
Roberto Clemente Middle
18808 Waring Station Rd
Clarksburg High School
22500 Wims Rd
Clarksburg, MD 20871
Earle B Wood Middle
14615 Bauer Drive
Rockville, MD 20853
Germantown Mobile Home Park
19615 Frederick Rd
Damascus Gardens Apartments
9829 Bethesda Church Rd
Damascus, MD 20872
Additionally, this Friday, we will
continue to distribute weekend meals from 130pm-4pm at our facility:
Women Who Care Ministries
19642 Club House Rd, Suite 620
Montgomery Village, MD 20886
To donate to help us feed more than 5,600 needy kids and families, please go to: womenwhocareministries.org/donations or cash app at $give2wwcm Thank you!
PLEASE RE-VISIT OUR PAGE OFTEN FOR UPDATES.
Please Join Us Making Sure Children Still Receive Meals During Covid-19!
In spite of extended school closures, Women Who Care Ministries remains on the front line, strategically getting food to kids in need. Last Friday we provided over 5,600 food sacks and this week we have requests to provide more than 6,000 food sacks through our Helping Kids Eat Weekend Meal Program. So we seek your help. Please give whatever you can, by clicking on our donation link below!
You may also make a donation through cashapp: $give2WWCM.
We pray for you and your families! We pray your faith outweighs your fear. We pray for your safety and wellbeing!
Thanks for your love and support for the 20 years we have been able to glorify God through service to children and families in need!
All donations are tax deductible and since we are a 501c3 nonprofit agency, you will be provided with a receipt.
God bless you and thank you for your support. If you have any questions please feel free to call us at 301-963-8588 or via email at email@example.com
Volunteer Opportunities - Join Us In Making A Difference In The Community!
Board Members - we are seeking serious-minded and committed individuals with a heart to serve, to help take us to the next level!
Food drive volunteer: Assisting with collecting food donations for elementary and middle school children. SSL and community service hours available. Saturdays and /Sundays, 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. (any four-hour slot). .
Food sorter: People needed to sort and pack food filled backpacks for low income elementary and middle school children.
Grant writer and/or grant researcher: Assist with grant writing, research and/or grant review for various requests for proposals. Training provided. Hours flexible.
Newsletter Aide: Assist with all phases of creating a newsletter, including but not limited to help with writing articles, creating artwork and/or pix, gathering poetry and other data for newsletter
Receptionist: Assist receptionist with answering overflow calls, typing, filing, and general office work. Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Web Designer: Assist with web additions/enhancements, also working with web optimization.
Marketing Assistant: Assist our marketing team with calls generated to expand our programs; assisting with PowerPoints, designing flyers, process mass mailings for special events, etc.
Featured many times on Channel 9, Cable TV Montgomery, Black Enterprise magazine, the Gazette and Globe newspapers, Judith Clark is a woman committed to doing God's work, and loves helping people regardless of their beliefs. She takes her mission seriously! A native of Philadelphia, PA, Judith moved to Maryland nearly 30 years ago. Although the product of a good upbringing she made some wrong choices that lead her down a path of self-destruction.
After many years of fighting a seemingly losing battle with getting her life back on track, and after many relentless prayers from her Mother, others and herself, she finally was able to surrender to the will of God for her life. The power of sin and darkness in her life was broken! She was able to be set free from all the brokenness in her life, and began to walk the road less travelled.
Judith knows she was changed to give back freely. She is a woman of vision, direction and purpose. One of her favorite sayings is "My former pain is going to bring gain - to others!"
That's why she was open to the call of God on her life when He beckoned her to begin a women's fellowship in June of 2001. In obedience, and with 35 women present at the first meeting, the fellowship, Winning Souls for Christ Women's Fellowship, under the umbrella of Women Who Care Ministries, Inc. began to grow tremendously. The ministry quickly expanded to begin helping men, women and children; people from all walks of life, faiths, and backgrounds to get back on their feet in the areas they had fallen. Currently in its 15th year of operation, to date, over 50,000 women men and children have attended the monthly meetings and conferences. Countless numbers have been impacted by the service areas the ministry provides assistance through.
Additionally, thousands of children and families have been assisted through WWCM's safety net services.
Under Judith's leadership, Women Who Care Ministries continues to grow into an even more vibrant outreach vehicle, geared towards community activities to help those who are homeless, in transition, incarcerated, broken in spirit, hungry, and to those who simply need a helping hand, in any way. Many are joining WWCM daily, in partnership, to ensure the needs and goals of this awesome ministry are met.
In addition to being the Executive Director, empowerment speaker, writer, poet and business owner, Judith is an evangelist, a sister, a mentor, a joy coach and a friend. She did not forget where she came from. Her humorous, upbeat, enthusiastic, passionate spirit is contagious and this attracts many to her.
Although she is celebrated all throughout the metropolitan area for her terrific comeback from hardships, including bankruptcy, and for her phenomenal transition from homelessness to home(s) ownership, what people note as most significant is her philanthropic heart of love and service to the community.