Did you know?
- As of 2 p.m. on June 22, CFHoCo has received $318,000 in donations
- As of 6 p.m. May 31, CFHoCo has received $57,000 in donations with numerous phone calls about donations to come (most of which are at least $10,000 each)
- CFHoCo has been in touch with the following organizations to make sure we’re operating in concert as we work to bring in and plan for distributing funds to support those adversely impacted by the flood:
Ellicott City Partnership
Ellicott City One Recovery Project
Community Action Council
United Way of Central Maryland
Howard County Office of Emergency Management
Howard County Department of Community Resources & Services
- We’ve been in touch with companies providing direct in-kind services:
- Countless other companies and organizations are stepping up to the plate, some of which will be forever unnamed.
Facts from Town Hall at Howard High:
Almost 200 vehicles have been removed from roads, lots and waterways in the flood impacted area.
MD State Police have assigned 40 State Troopers daily to support the HC Police Officers in securing the affected area.
Disaster Assistance Center is set up to serve impacted residents at the Ellicott City 50 Plus Center, 9411 Frederick Road, Ellicott City, MD Representatives from Howard County Government, Maryland State Government and non-profit organizations are on hand to answer questions and assist affected individuals with accessing needed services.