The Ellicott City Partnership (ECP) is heartbroken regarding the devastating flood our town experienced on Sunday, May 27, 2018. ECP is working to assess the situation and begin to get assistance where it is most needed. To support relief and recovery efforts with a tax deductible financial donation, please click the button below. All donations are tax deductible.


Online via BluePay.

By Mail:  (Please make your check payable to the Ellicott City Partnership)

Ellicott City Partnership
P.O. Box 92
Ellicott City, MD  21041

In 2016, ECP collected and distributed over $1.85 million which was used to assist the Historic District with disaster recovery.


Our organization continues to work with all agencies to advocate and fundraise with the intention of restoring our beloved historic town and its community. Up to date information and relief resources are available at the links and pages below.

Howard County Government’s official flood recovery page, including volunteer information, is located at

Official social media accounts:

Twitter: Howard County Government @hocogov

Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman @hocogovexec

Howard County County Councilperson Jon Weinstein @HC_JonWeinstein

Facebook: Howard County Government

Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman

Howard County Councilperson Jon Weinstein

Visit Ellicott City

Points of Contact:

For general flood-related inquiries: Howard County Government Call Center, 410.313.2900

For business owners: Catherine Bedolla, Howard County Economic Development Authority,

For relief supplies: Howard County Food Bank, or 410.313.6185

At ECP: Liza Woods,

Please note that ECP is not accepting accepting clothing, food, or furniture donations.


Volunteers for business and property owners in need are coordinated through Howard County Recreation & Parks and must be 18 or older. Please visit the Disaster Recovery Volunteer page for more information, and fill out the availability form if you are interested in being matched with a business that needs assistance.

If you are interested in helping West End residents with immediate and short-term clean outs, please visit the One EC Recovery Project’s website.