Maryland communities are coming together after devastating flash floods ripped through parts of the state.
Many have set up GoFundMe pages, or are hosting events at their businesses to raise money for relief efforts.
For information on restaurant relief: GoFundMe pages for restaurants in Old Ellicott City damaged by the floods
- Wednesday: From noon-7 p.m. Horseshoe Baltimore will donate $2 for every drink sold in 14Forty. After 7 p.m. they will donate $3 for every drink bought.
- Thursday: Fells Point Tavern donating all proceeds to Ellicott City and West Baltimore. Click here for more info .
- Thursday: Botanero in Rockville is donating a percentage of proceeds to Ellicott City. Click here for more info.
- Sunday: Black Flag Brewing Company in Columbia is donating 50 percent of all revenue made on premise beer and $1 of any To-GO order will be donated as well. Click here for more info.
- June 6: Tampico Grill in Laurel is donating 50 percent of all alcohol and food proceeds. Click here for more info.
- June 7: Heavy Seas Beer in Halthorpe is donating 50 percent of all revenue made. Click here for more information.
- CLICK HERE FOR A FULL LIST OF EVENTS OVER THE NEXT COUPLE MONTHS
- The Ellicott City Partnership is accepting financial donations that will be used to assist merchants and residents with flood recovery. Click here for more information.
- Preservation Maryland has set up an emergency flood recovery fund to aid in the repair and restoration of the City’s historic Main Street community and storefronts.
If you want to volunteer your time, click here to see what you can do to help.
County officials are warning people to only donate to verified websites to help people in Ellicott City. If you know about any other events or fundraisers going on, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click below to see more pictures from this devastating storm: