Home Repair Costs, RebuildingTogether.Org Has A Solution
September 11, 2018
Rebuilding Together Montgomery County (RTMC) is a non-profit organization that works in partnership with community volunteers to provide free home repairs and accessibility modifications to help low income homeowners remain safely and independently in their homes. This program is made for hard working, amazing homeowners who have done everything right and still find the cost of home repairs is too high, or their insurance isn't covering their needs to remain safe. The process is simple. Fill out this application and make sure you get the support you need from friends and neighbors who believe in community rebuilding.
Last Year on The Real Housewives of Potomac, fans got to see Katie Rost dream of hosting a Casino Royale to benefit Imagination Stage Children's Theatre in Bethesda, Maryland. After a few months of planning The Rost Foundation has partnered with friends old and new to bring Katie's dream into a reality. Please join us on May 6th at the University Club for Casino Games, Cocktails, Dancing and tons of fun.
Please join The Rost Foundation in supporting Katie and Maggie May's Student of the Year campaign benefiting The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) Katie and Maggie May are showing the best of what volunteerism and generosity is all about as they advocate for families and individuals battling blood cancer. Help them reach their financial goal and show your support for youth philanthropic efforts in the community! Please visit their donation page to learn more:
The RRCF Opportunity Shop is back open with new items and a new fun twist.
When you donate $25 or more to the Rost Foundation, you can head to the Op-Shop page and pick any two items of your choosing. This season Kathryn & Renee are donating from their closet. Items will range from clothes, shoes, linens, and toys.
New Vision, New Logo
Dec 23rd, 2015
The Rost Foundation is undergoing some major changes and is entering the New Year with a fresh vision.
We are excited to share our new logo. It represents our intention to have unlimited thinking in 2016. Look forward to some exciting RRCF initiatives that will highlight awareness, wellness and meditation as a method for enriching lives.
Earth Day Celebration Parking Garden Planting Project
Volunteers will be planting perennials into Brookside Gardens new Parking Garden! This hands on volunteer opportunity is a great way to learn about using plants and gardens to manage storm-water run off and improve water quality. Volunteers can bring their own trowels, kneeling pads and gloves. Volunteers must be ages 14 and older, or volunteers ages 11-13 can volunteer along with their adult guardian.
Volunteers must complete an application on our website at www.parksvolunteers.org
Thousands of local children enter the foster-care system each year. Most carry little more than the clothes on their backs. Bethesda Country Club is dedicated to provide the comfort of home on their journey. Sign up as a volunteer at a packing party to help foster children in transition to their new home.
To volunteer call
Susana Soriano at 301-767-8245
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service
January 18, 2016
Looking for a way to celebrate Dr. King as a volunteer this year? Montgomery County has over 3,000 volunteers who come out to participate in community service projects Volunteers and organizations will collaborate to make care packages, make appreciation cards for military troops, prepare dry food packages for families, create pet collars for animal shelters, sort and organize coats, and many more community service projects that adds value to those in need in Montgomery County.