Potomac Concierge: Giving Back

As an active part of the Washington, DC community, Potomac Concierge makes it a priority to give back to others in need.  We choose our charitable activities based on those we are most positioned to help, as well as based on our personal passions and community goals.

Our Charitable Contributions

A few of the organizations we actively support include:


Rebuilding Together Montgomery County – Rebuilding Together Montgomery County is a nonprofit housing organization that provides free critical home repairs, energy efficiency upgrades, and accessibility modifications for low-income homeowners in Montgomery County. Their work keeps families living safely and independently in the homes owners have worked hard to obtain, while also preserving affordable housing in our county and creating a stable environment in which children can grow up, and seniors can grow old. To learn more about Rebuilding Together Montgomery County, please go to www.rebuidlingtogethermc.org.



A Wider Circle – A Wider Circle focuses on ending poverty for one individual and one family after another. They work in partnership with those they serve and with those seeking to help to ensure that every child and adult has the chance to succeed and the opportunity to live well. To learn more about A Wider Circle, please visit http://awidercircle.org/


National Center for Children and Families – It is the mission of the National Center for Children and Families (NCCF) to create total, healthy living environments for vulnerable children, youth and families, and the quality of life which empowers their ability to thrive and demonstrate responsibility. For more information please visit http://www.nccf-cares.org/


Montgomery County Humane Society – We regularly donate old towels and linens to the Montgomery County Humane Society. The Montgomery County Humane Society is the pre-eminent animal welfare organization in Montgomery County, helping animals find safety, love, quality care, loving homes, and a new chance at a happy life. For more information, please visit http://www.mchumane.org/