Welcome! For 25 years, the Mission of Love Charities, Inc. has been working to support the basic needs of homeless, impoverished and/or at-risk individuals and families in Prince George’s County, MD and beyond. We do this by accepting donations of gently used furniture, household goods, clothing, and shoes and distributing them to our clients. We also provide job and life-skills training to unemployed and/or hard-to-employ adults. We invite you to join us in improving the quality of life for our neighbors in need by donating cash or goods or referring someone to our programs. Working together, we can continue to fulfill our motto – helping people… changing lives.

— Dr. Douglas E. Edwards , Founder/Chairman


Mission of Love Charities, Inc. (MOLC), is a nonprofit 501 (c)(3) human services organization that is located in Prince George’s County, Maryland and serves the Washington metropolitan area. MOLC is dedicated to supporting underprivileged, impoverished and homeless individuals and families by providing services designed for short-term and crisis needs, and programs that provide training to develop skills for long-term stability and growth.

Services are provided under the organization’s Basic Needs/Homeless Services and Workforce Development/Life Skills programs. MOLC has served more than 348,000 disadvantaged individuals and families since its inception in 1991. Seventy percent of clients served live in Prince George’s County and other jurisdictions in Maryland, 25% are from the District of Columbia and 5% live in Northern Virginia.



MOLC has been helping people and changing lives since 1992. We provide free services to needy individuals and families in the Washington metropolitan area through our Basic Needs and Workforce Development/Life Skills programs. Since inception, we have served more than 329,000 disadvantaged citizens in Prince George's County and surrounding communities.

Take Action

You can support MOLC by donating clothes, household items, furniture, or other items. We also accept monetary donations to further support our programs in the community.