Benefits scheduled for Ellicott City after devastating flood

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Workers clean up Main Street in Ellicott City after Sunday’s devastating flood. Image still from a video shot by the Howard County Government.

In the wake of the severe flooding that devastated Ellicott City’s Main Street, the second such disaster in less than two years, local businesses are hosting benefits to help the town get back on its feet. Already, Hysteria Brewing Company in Columbia held an event Monday to raise money for relief efforts.

Here’s a roundup of benefits in the coming days and weeks, including one that is pitching in to help people in West Baltimore affected by the flooding. We’ll try to update the list as we see more. If you are planning an event and would like it included, please email [email protected]

  • Taco Love Grill in White Marsh is donating 10 percent of all sales Wednesday and Thursday to the Ellicott City Partnership.
  • The Horseshoe Casino announced that it will donate $2 from every drink sold at 14Forty tomorrow from 12:01 a.m.-7 p.m., and $3 from every drink sold during the Capitals viewing party, from 7 p.m.-midnight, to Howard County Government’s relief fund.
  • This Thursday, Land Of Pleasant Eating and Fells Point Tavern are teaming up for a dinner to benefit both Ellicott City and the Beechfield community in West Baltimore hit hard by the flooding. All proceeds will go to fundraising efforts.
  • The band Strings Attached is collecting donations for the Ellicott City Partnership at its June 2 show at Wieland’s Barbecue, in Catonsville.
  • On Saturday, Rooster + Hen Store in Catonsville will host a benefit concert, featuring Colamiles, Joe P. Harris and other to-be-announced artists, with proceeds benefiting the Ellicott City Partnership. $10 suggested donation.
  • Peabody Heights Brewery will be donating 50 percent of sales from Saturday to the Ellicott City Partnership.
  • The Dundalk-based paddleboard group B’more SUP will donate a portion of proceeds from its Sunday classes to the GoFundMe pages of Ellicott City businesses. There are three different $40 classes, Distance Paddle, FloYo and Barre on Board, and each includes an açaí bowl with unlimited toppings.
  • Black Flag Brewing Company in Columbia is donating 50 percent of all revenue from beer sold on-site this Sunday and $1 from every to-go order. The brewery is unveiling a new beer, the EC Wit, and Dough Boy Fresh Pretzel Co. will be serving up pretzel rolls inside. The pretzel company will also be donating money.
  • Crossfit Catonsville is hosting its “Fit Fundraiser” on Sunday, holding a series of workout classes from 9 a.m. to noon. All proceeds will go to the Ellicott City Partnership.
  • Laurel’s Tampico Grill will be donating 50 percent of all food and alcohol sales on Wednesday, June 6, to the Ellicott City Partnership.
  • On June 7, Heavy Seas Bear will donate 50 percent of revenue from the tap room in Halethorpe to the Ellicott City Partnership.
  • The Baltimore Whiskey Co. and Paulie Gee’s are teaming up to host A Drink for Ellicott City, with the entire June 8 bar tab going to the Ellicott City Partnership.
  • In late July, Cub Scout Pack 432 will hold a 5k to help victims of the 2016 and 2018 floods. Limited to 500 runners.
Brandon Weigel

Brandon Weigel

Brandon Weigel is the managing editor of Baltimore Fishbowl. A graduate of the University of Maryland, he has been published in The Washington Post, The Sun, Baltimore Magazine, Urbanite, The Baltimore Business Journal, b and others. Prior to joining Baltimore Fishbowl, he was an editor at City Paper from 2012 to 2017. He can be reached at [email protected]
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