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BETHESDA HELP PHONE NUMBER: 301-365-2022
We Are A Network of Volunteers Serving Bethesda Area Residents in Financial Crisis
Bethesda Help, an all-volunteer, nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, offers immediate short-term assistance to residents of southern Montgomery County, Maryland, who are in financial crisis.
Bethesda Help provides:
Emergency food deliveries
to households in crisis
(grocery bags containing a three-day supply of food for each
member of the household).
(when there is about to be an eviction), partial or
full payment of utility bills
(when service is about to be cut off), and
(when need is verified by
a doctor’s office and the client cannot make full or partial
free-of-charge, to doctor and social-service
appointments for elderly or disabled individuals
who cannot afford cab fare.
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 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:
Your financial contributions make a
to your neighbors
can be made via United Way #8174 and Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) #92420