We are not accepting any walk-ins at this time. We are assisting with information and referrals by phone only. Please call 240-777-8333 with any questions or concerns. We will return you call as soon as possible. 

2020 Girl Power Contest Winners

Thank you to everyone who entered the 2020 Girl Power Contest!

Logo Design Contest

Thank you to everyone who submitted a logo for our contest! Winners will be announced on or about October 1. bit.ly/CFWLogoContest
 The CFW meets the second Thursday of every month and meetings are open to the public. Please call 240-777-8300 for more information.


About Us

We have a long and accomplished history in Montgomery County. The Commission works hard to ensure women are treated fairly in all aspects of their lives. 

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Our Work

The Commission has proudly assisted thousands of women since 1972.  Programmatic work falls into four basic categories: education and outreach, advocacy, direct service, and information and referral. Our programs and services have changed through the years to meet women’s needs.

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Your time and donations make us stronger.  Whether you contribute financially or as volunteer, you make a real and lasting difference in women’s lives.

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Statement from Montgomery County Commission for Women on Recent Racial Events

The Montgomery County Commission for Women shares the pain, anguish and outrage of so many Americans at the tragic murder of George Floyd and countless other African Americans before him at the hands of the police – people like Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Eric Garner, Michael Brown and Montgomery County’s own Robert White. We are also saddened by the disproportionate toll the pandemic has exacted on communities of color. Taken together, these events remind us that institutionalized racism and systemic inequality continue to affect every aspect of American life.

Since its founding, the Commission for Women has fought for women’s equality in Montgomery County and throughout the State of Maryland. Our work has led to policies and programs to eliminate gender and racial disparities in employment, health care and the criminal justice system. Our 2018 Status of Women in Montgomery County Report presented quantitative data in key areas identifying specific obstacles, gaps, and disparities that continue to create challenges for women in the County. Even when the present moment passes, we will continue to work for a society where people of all genders, races, backgrounds and incomes can thrive and for solutions that create a better, more just, Montgomery County.

The Montgomery County Commission for Women stands with those fighting against systemic racism and discrimination in any form…And we always will.