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Online GivingOnline Giving

You can make a difference in the lives of people experiencing homelessness in Washington, D.C.! A secure donation of any amount enables us to serve nearly 1,000 individuals each year and supports our day center, street outreach and winter shelter programs. Help us end homelessness one person at a time!

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Monthly GivingMonthly Giving Clubs

Monthly gifts add up to make a big impact! You can provide consistent monthly support by joining a GMC giving club. Click here to make a recurring gift.

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Donate by MailDonate By Mail

If you prefer to send a check, please make it out to Georgetown Ministry Center and post it to:

Georgetown Ministry Center
1041 Wisconsin Ave NW
Washington D.C. 20007

Workplace GivingWorkplace Giving

Choose GMC in your United Way Campaign (#9635), Combined Federal Campaign (#31661), or other workplace giving campaign. GMC is also a part of the World Bank’s Community Connections Campaign and the IMF Helping Hands Campaign. Please contact your HR office with questions about workplace giving.

Make a Legacy Gift

Please leave a legacy of generosity and compassion by including Georgetown Ministry Center in your estate plan. You can donate through your will, a trust or life insurance policies. The following language may aid you and your attorney in preparing your bequest for the benefit of Georgetown Ministry Center (EIN# 52-1577694).

“I give, devise and bequest to the Georgetown Ministry Center, a District of Columbia nonprofit corporation ($____ or ____%) for the benefit of Georgetown Ministry Center.

Amazon WishlistWishlist Donations

Our Amazon.com wishlist has our most current needs. Whether you order via Amazon or drop items off at the Center (location & hours), your support is much appreciated!

VolunteerVolunteer

With a small staff, Georgetown Ministry Center relies on the support of volunteers to keep our center operating at its highest potential. We are always looking for volunteers to support staff in the center, lead programming, manage our clothes closet, or help staff with administrative work.  Learn more.

Meal DonationMeal Donations

Day Center: Though we are not a meal program, we accept sandwiches and other prepared food (note: we are limited by space constraints and do not have a stove or oven). To add your name to our meal calendar, please contact Ashley Lane, GMC Program Coordinator, at Ashley@gmcgt.org or 202-338- 8301 x 22.

Winter Shelter: Dinner is gratefully accepted November through March in our Winter Shelter. You can organize a group of 6-8 people to prepare and serve a meal for 20 people. We request that meals include a main course, two vegetable dishes, beverages and a dessert. Please call 202-338- 8301 or email info@gmcgt.org to set up a date to volunteer.

Clothing Donations

We accept gently used seasonal clothing that is clean and in good condition! We are particularly in need of large and plus-size clothing for men, sneakers that are in good condition, and new, unopened socks and undergarments for men and women. Our guests are most in need of casual clothing for every-day wear; dress clothes and more formal or work-attire and shoes (such as women’s pumps) are better sent to organizations such as Dress for Success or Bread for the City.

Donation Drop-off:

Georgetown Ministry Center
1041 Wisconsin Ave, NW
Washington, DC 20007
202-338-8301

Operating Hours: Open 7 days a week, 8:00 AM-4:00 PM

Please call before dropping off a donation.

 

Questions about donating or supporting Georgetown Ministry Center? Interested in coordinating a fundraiser or clothing, coat, toiletries, or book drive at your church, school, or business? Please contact Georgetown Ministry Center at 202-338-8301 or info@gmcgt.org!

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