Over 30 years of providing winter emergency overnight shelter
to women experiencing homelessness in a safe, caring environment by
supportive staff who treat all guests with dignity and compassion
An Eagle Scout is willing to do a lot of work at the shelter to help organize our supplies;
however, he needs help purchasing the materials needed to do the job.
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A big thank you, once again this holiday season, to
The Montgomery County Women's Bar Association and
Stein Sperling for their generosity to Rainbow Place and to
for donating 15% of all sales to Rainbow Place
We were honored to have the Mayor of Rockville, Bridget Newton,
and Sidney Katz, the Mayor of Gaithersburg, lead the 2014 walk!
Also, a thank you to George Leventhal, Council Member at Large, Montgomery County Council
and Tom Moore, Council Member, City of Rockville for coming to show their support for Rainbow!
Thank you to all who helped organize and all who participated in our 2014 Spring Tea and Tee Events.
A great time was had by all, while also raising much needed funds to help support the shelter.
We are grateful to everyone who helped out with 2013 Christmas Gifts for the women,
especially to the Woodley Gardens Garden Club, Ashton United Methodist Church,
Bethesda Community Garden Club, and everyone at Stein Sperling.
Many thanks to the Montgomery County Chapter of the Maryland Women's Bar Association
for selecting Rainbow Place as this year's recipient of their organization's charitable donations.
donated 15% of all purchases made the afternoon of December 7, 2013 to Rainbow Place.
We had a nice afternoon meeting new people and seeing good friends.
had a month long fundraiser in November 2013 where they donated 15% of our supporters' purchases to Rainbow.
A great time was had by all who were able to come by for a bite to eat.
Also, in November, we had our 2013 Shelter Walk where a group of supporters gathered to
enjoy lunch together before walking from Rainbow to Rockville Town Square.
We would also like to thank State Senator Jennie Forehand for being our Grand Marshall.
12, 2013 nearly 80 members of the Rainbow family attended a celebratory
VisArts and catered by Dawson's Market honoring 10 special volunteers who went above and beyond.
While we celebrated 10 special stars, the shelter could not survive without the support of all who
donate their time and energy to
make Rainbow Place a special and safe haven for our clients.
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