‘Tis the season for giving back!
Four Ways You Can Support the McClendon Center This Holiday Season
While you are making your lists and checking them twice, we hope you’ll consider helping us to spread the word about the many different ways you can support the McClendon Center and make a meaningful difference in the lives of our most vulnerable neighbors.
Here are four easy ways you can make a difference right now, and spread a little holiday cheer to those who need it most in our community.
Help Keep Our Clients Safe & Warm
We need your help to ensure that every McClendon Center client can focus on their recovery without the threat of frostbite or deadly hypothermia.
Recovering from a mental illness is difficult enough without struggling to satisfy basic needs like food, housing, and winter-ready clothes and footwear. Many of our clients only have access to damaged, ragged or ill-fitting coats if they have one at all. We’ve even had clients arrive at our doorstep without shoes on cold winter days.
By donating new or gently worn winter clothes, shoes, and accessories this holiday season, you can help save someone’s life and increase their chance of recovery.
Click below to see our wish list and help keep our clients safe and warm this winter.
Support Our Clients By Purchasing Their Art
Looking for a special gift? Celebrate the giving season (or any season) by purchasing artwork directly from our clients.
On Tuesday, December 12, the McClendon Center will be hosting its holiday arts and crafts show.
McClendon Center Holiday Arts + Crafts Show
Tuesday, December 12 | 10 am – 12 pm
1313 New York Avenue NW, 5th Floor
A little goes a long way with 100 percent of the proceeds from every purchase going directly to the artists.
Let Your Gift Be Your Impact
Even the smallest donations go a long way in assisting those in need. Will you make a gift of $10, $15, or $25 and be someone’s difference maker today?
Spread the Word about McClendon Center 📢
Spreading the word about who we are and how we’re transforming lives together with and for Washington, DC’s most vulnerable people is essential to our continued growth and success.
We’re doing our best to share the exciting new things we’ve been working on, but we could use your help! If you’re not already, please follow the McClendon Center on your social media platform of choice.
If you’re following us, please like and share our posts, and tag your friends, family, and others in the comments to educate them about our critical services. All of these efforts help us raise our profile
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