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Helping Fight Poverty in Maryland.
Holiday Toy Drive
In mid December at the annual President's Luncheon, members of the Maryland Building Industry Association (MBIA) contribute greatly to the Home Builders Care Foundation's Holiday Toy Collection. At the event, toys, games, clothing and other items are generously donated.
2017 TOY DRIVE
The Home Builders Care Foundation collects toys and gift cards to benefit low-income children and families through a local agency every holiday season. Please help bring joy to a needy child this holiday season by donating a new, unwrapped toy or gift card to our Holiday Toy Drive.
The toys and gifts will be delivered to the agency immediately following the President's Luncheon in December where they will be sorted and distributed to homeless and at-risk children ages newborn to 17 years. If you or a representative from your company is not attending the luncheon, please bring your toy donations to the MBIA offices, where they will be graciously received before December 14.
Past Years Toy Drive Recipient Agencies and Programs
Grassroots Crisis Intervention
Community Ministries of Rockville
Prince George's County's Holiday Sharing Program
Holiday Giving Project of Montgomery County - A Wider Circle
St. Ann's Infant and Maternity Home
Montgomery Housing Partnership
National Center for Children and Families
Each and every year, the Home Builders Care Foundation organizes at least three drives to benefit local community organizations serving the needy. Despite the economy, building industry members have continued to give generously during the holiday seasons and year-round.
Nutrition Packs for the Homeless
The Professional Women in Building (PWB) council of MBIA will once again be providing a little help for the homeless this fall! Their annual goal is to assemble 200 care packs for the homeless.
More information coming soon.
Each pack will contain not only nutritional to-go snacks but also key Helpline and Crisis Hotline information to help connect neighbors in need to community resources and assistance programs throughout Maryland. Packs are intended to be kept on hand in your car to give to someone in need you may see on the street.
Questions? Contact Patti Kane or Jean Mathis 301-776-6242. firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
At our annual Bull & Oyster Roast event, Home Builders Care and MBIA’s Professional Women in Building Chapter host a career clothing drive. Clothes are donated to programs assisting low-income clients with job-readiness and professional development skills.
This year donations will benefit the Interfaith Clothing Center in Rockville.