2015 Donations from Temple Isaiah.
The A Hat For Harold council meets bi-weekly on Wednesdays at 4:30 pm in the Route 1 Day Resource Center [8826 Washington Blvd., 1st floor, Jessup, MD 20794]. Applicants must attend two council meetings before being eligible to receive a micro grant toward the cost of the Maryland ID card. Call 301-776-9900 for more information and for the date of the next council meeting.
Applicants will also learn what else they need when they visit the Maryland MVA [Motor Vehicle Administration] office near them. A Hat For Harold can help with the Maryland ID fee, but the applicant needs to visit the MVA to actually apply for and receive the ID card.
Do you need a hot evening meal? Please come to Elizabeth House at 308 Gorman Avenue in Laurel, MD. We serve dinner from 6:00 to 7:30 pm every day of the year except Thanksgiving when area faith organizations provide that service. At the end of your evening meal, you can take a bag lunch with you for the next day.
If you have a home or apartment within the Laurel city limits, you can inquire about access to our food pantry for a limited number of bags of groceries once a month, depending on the size of your family. Individuals are eligible, too, as long as they reside in Laurel. To inquire about any of these services call our Help Line (240-547-9013), leave a message, and our Client Services coordinator will call or text you back.
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