Support DC Coalition for the Homeless | Stevie Patton’s Success Story

Stevie Patton is a beneficiary of DC Coalition for the Homeless’ (CFH) services.  Starting as a transitional resident, Stevie got a position with an electrical contractor, went to school at nights, and now owns an electrical contractor business.  Through his own fortitude and with the help of CFH, he created his own success. After completing a prison sentence, Stevie was... Read More

200 Coats Gathered by Potomac Companies and Clients in 2nd Annual Coat Drive

    Potomac Companies and clients collected almost 200 coats and hats, scarves, mittens, gloves, boots, and blankets in their 2nd Annual Winter Coat Drive.  Winter clothing is being donated to the Interfaith Works Clothing Center in Montgomery County, Maryland.   Thank you everyone for your generosity this winter! This post and project was created by Summer 2018 intern Peter... Read More

We.Challenge.You. | Potomac’s 2nd Annual Winter Coat Drive

  The average low temperature on a Maryland January day is 29 degrees Fahrenheit. As the weather gets colder, Potomac Companies is coordinating with Interfaith Works to hold a coat drive. Interfaith Works is a local organization providing integrated prevention, stabilization, and empowerment programs to help Montgomery County residents lift themselves out of poverty. With the onset of colder weather,... Read More

We. Challenge. You. – Potomac Team Sorts Donations at Manna Food Center

On Tuesday, March 13th, at the Manna Food Center in Gaithersburg, MD, the Potomac team sorted 6 pallets of non-perishable food for the Smart Sacks program.  The Smart Sacks program provides 2,812 Montgomery County schoolchildren with food every Friday to help alleviate weekend hunger. Giving back to our community helps us grow together as a team while helping those in... Read More

100 Coats Gathered by Potomac Companies and Clients in 1st Annual Coat Drive

Potomac Companies and clients gathered a total of 100 new and "in great condition" coats and jackets (along with hats, scarves, mittens, and gloves) to benefit the Interfaith Works Clothing Center.  The Interfaith Works Clothing Center in Rockville provides low-income families with clothing and home goods free of charge, allowing them to use more of their resources on food, rent,... Read More