BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The United Way of Central Maryland has established a fund to provide humanitarian relief to those impacted by the devastating flash floods in Ellicott City over the weekend.

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The ECStrong fund, formed at the request of Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman, will collect donations for the effort. 100 percent of donations collected will be directed toward disaster recovery efforts in the county, which is under a state of emergency.

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Donations can be big or small, starting as low as $25. To learn more, just CLICK HERE.

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You can help out by contributing, sharing the page or texting ECStrong to 51555.