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Chesapeake Beach Fire Relief

Support Families Displaced by Chesapeake Beach Fire

On April 3 a fire at the Fishing Creek Townhomes in Chesapeake Beach took the lives of 2 residents, injured multiple firefighters, and left 12 families homeless. In response to this tragedy, Calvert County Government, United Way, numerous local organizations and businesses are working together to provide relief to victims of the fire. The United Way of Calvert County has been appointed as the official conduit for monetary donations.

Below are ways you can help these families by donating:

Monetary Donations

United Way of Calvert County

The nonprofit serves as the donation hub for relief efforts, working directly with Department of Social Services to provide support to victims. 100% of donations will go to the families. There are no administrative costs being applied.

Online Donation Form: https://www.unitedwaycalvert.org/donate-chesapeake-beach-fire-relief-fund

Facebook fundraiser page: https://www.facebook.com/donate/632935660489753/

Text: ChesBeachFund to 91999 (a link will appear for donating)

Mail or drop off check or money order made out to: 

United Way of Calvert County
P.O. Box 560
530 Main Street
Prince Frederick, MD 20678

Include in memo: Chesapeake Beach Fire Relief Fund

Call or visit us with any questions:

Phone: (410) 535-2000
Hours of Operation: Monday – Thursday, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Friday, 8:30 am – 2:30 pm

Chesapeake Beach Town Hall

Drop off gift cards, cash, and checks for the victims made out to United Way of Calvert County:

8200 Bayside Road
Chesapeake Beach, MD 20732

Phone: 410-257-2230
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm;
After-hours donations can be dropped off in the secure drop box.

Non-Monetary Donations* (For the next 2 weeks)

UPDATE: Donations for Chesapeake Beach Fire Victims

Generous donations poured in from the community in support of those affected by the April 3 fire in Chesapeake Beach. Agencies are NOW AT CAPACITY and are NO LONGER ACCEPTING PHYSICAL ITEMS like clothing, food, household items, etc.

 

Once all fire victims are placed in housing, agencies will announce the types of items that may be needed. Until that time, we encourage you to continue sharing monetary donations.

 

* Household items and other donations will be handled by Southern Maryland Tri-County Community Action once housing is secured for the individuals impacted. More details will be available on specific needs pending those arrangements.