• The Grassroots Day Resource Center assists the chronically homeless

  • Wegmans donated supplies for motel boxes

  • Community Members show support for Grassroots with a race

  • The Grassroots Day Resource Center named 2012 Howard County Nonprofit Volunteer Organization Of The Year

  • Students launch Change Matters

Welcome to Grassroots. We are a 24-hour resource to individuals and families in need.  These are men, women and children who find themselves without a place to sleep. These are co-workers, schoolmates, friends and even family who may be contemplating suicide. These are members of the community who are experiencing a crisis and are seeking help, crisis intervention counseling, and sometimes just a roof. We are an emergency, a 24-hour phone and walk-in crisis center and an educational resource for all. We’re proud to serve Howard County and other nearby communities.

Wilde Lake High Fills Empty Bowls for Grassroots

Wilde Lake High Fills Empty Bowls for Grassroots

The National Art Honor Society at Wilde Lake High School is hosting “Empty Bowls 2014,” a community fundraiser for Grassroots Crisis Intervention Center, on Wednesday, March 26, from 5 to 7 p.m., in the cafeteria.  Admission is $10 and includes a soup and bread dinner and a handmade ceramic bowl.  Soups are made fresh andContinue Reading

Glenwood Middle School Student Collect Change and Donate Food to Grassroots

Glenwood Middle School Student Collect Change and Donate Food to Grassroots

Glenwood Middle School 6th graders recently delivered boxes of food and other supplies to Grassroots Crisis Intervention Center for families being temporarily housed in area motels pending availability of more permanent accommodations.  The students delivering the 20 boxes and gift cards to Grassroots’ Columbia offices were selected based on essays they wrote explaining why theyContinue Reading

First Annual Turf Valley Trot Raises $4,000

First Annual Turf Valley Trot Raises $4,000

The Turf Valley Towne Square‘s First Annual Turf Valley Trot attracted over 150 people and raised almost $4,000 for Grassroots. The contribution came from Trot registration fees, prize wheel donations and a $2,500 contribution from Turf Valley Towne Square. The Turf Valley Trot included Greenberg Gibbons Chairman & CEO Brian J. Gibbons, State Senator AllanContinue Reading

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