Bethesda Help Celebrates 50th Anniversary        in 2018!  

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We Are A Network of Local Volunteers Helping      Neighbors in the Greater Bethesda Area. 
Bethesda Help, Inc. is an all-volunteer 501(3)(c) organization that offers emergency food and financial assistance to residents who live in our southern Montgomery County, Maryland service area, regardless of income.

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Bethesda Help, Inc. provides:
  • Emergency Food 
    A three-day supply of food for each member of the household is delivered 
    to homes in our service area, regardless of income.     

  • Financial Assistance
    rent - partial or full payment on overdue rent if you have received an eviction notice
    utility service  -  partial or full payment on utility service if you  have received a disconnection notice 
    prescription medicine  -  full or partial payment on verified physician's medicine prescription


Without volunteers, Bethesda Help cannot offer these services to our neighbors in need.
If you would like to learn about becoming a supporter of Bethesda Help, please click on the "Volunteer" or "Support Us" links at the top of this page.

Your financial contributions make a big difference to your neighbors in need:

$25 – buys food for a needy family with young children 


$50 – pays the prescription co-payment for a person with mental illness


$100
 – helps a senior citizen living on a fixed-income fill a prescription


$250 
– helps a family with unexpected medical expenses pay an overdue electric or gas bill


$500 – helps a recently unemployed neighbor pay overdue rent


Information on additional ways to help:

Bethesda Help Volunteer brochure

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Your financial contributions make a big difference 
to your neighbors in need!

PO Box 34094, Bethesda, MD  20817   /   301-365-2022    /    info@bethesdahelp.org    /     www.bethesdahelp.org