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Besides the stepUP! Baltimore initiatives, there are many other ways residents can get involved. The City of Baltimore is pleased to be partnering with Volunteer Central, our local volunteer center, to provide residents with a listing of other volunteer opportunities throughout the city. View and filter the latest 100 volunteer opportunities below. If you would like to see more than the top 100 newest opportunities, please visit Volunteer Central's advanced search.

Latest 100 Volunteer Opportunities

Opportunity Description
Greeter/Transporter It's important to make a good first impression. At GBMC, we have openings for volunteers who are interested in becoming part of that first impression. As a greeter, you will welcome visitors and patients to the hospital at the main entrance, assist with an umbrella on rainy days, provide helpful directions and transport patients in wheelchairs to their doctor's appointments. Greeters help once a week
Canoe 'n Scoop Join Parks & People and Baltimore City Recreation & Parks for a canoe-based cleanup of Middle Branch Park! Beginners to experts welcomed. Canoes, kayaks, and supplies will be provided. Please wear clothes that can get dirty or wet, and bring a water bottle. Due to safety concerns, no unsupervised volunteers under 16. Children over 55 lbs with an adult are welcome. Space is limited to 30 people, so pl
Be a Seed Starter for Earth Day! Help us plant a crop of seedlings to be shared with community gardens across Baltimore while also learning how to start your own seedling! Join us at Real Food Farm, 2801 Saint Lo Drive, Baltimore, MD 21213, at 10 AM. Tools and materials will be provided.
School Greening Project - Holabird Academy Volunteers needed to help with installing a butterfly garden and benches. Need help putting together 8-9 picnic tables. Time is flexible. Please inquire via email for more information.
School & Community 5K - John Eager Howard School will be hosting school/community fun run/walk to raise scholarship funds for students to attend the Echo Hill Outdoor School (EHOS). Last summer they were able to send 4 students to EHOS and they had a truly transformational experience, which has inspired them to try to send their 4th grade class for an overnight field trip this spring. They are looking for volunteers to help with logistics the
School Greening Project - Dickey Hill Need volunteers for grass seed planting, reading under a tree, campus cleanup, and replanting our garden, creating new beds, and updating our current beds. We would like to plant two small pine trees as well. Are open to ideas for another station as well.
School Greening Project - City Neighbors High School Volunteers need for laying out and preparing the garden beds, installing the frame for our hoop house, adding the soil and mulch, and planting.
School Greening Project - Mount Washington Volunteers would help with sweeping and clean-up, planting seeds and herbs, working with the Sweet Potato beds, painting storm drains, pulling weeds, etc
School Greening Project - Franklin Square Volunteers needed to help with trash removal from school grounds, weeding of the garden areas, maintenance of garden areas if needed. Repair of any garden beds or structures, removal of trash and any dead trees, plants or bushes, and garden beds weeded, filled with soil and ready to plant. Times are flexible. Please inquire via email.
School Greening Project - George McMehen Volunteers needed to install a raised flowerbed, clean up the butterfly garden and pave a walkway with gravel.
School Greening Project - Hamilton School Volunteers need for planting, mulching, installing stepping stones, and potentially adding art work to new shed. Adult volunteers would primarily work side by side with students. Staff would be used to supervise students and lead students and volunteers.
School Greening Project - Francis Scott Key Volunteers needed to help create a butterfly garden in Latrobe Park, adjacent to the school.
School Greening Project - Lakeland Need volunteers to help with digging, removing grass, planting, helping students, hauling supplies around, general garden tasks. The main goal will be planting 2 Native Plants Gardens, one as a rain garden closer to the school and a second establishing an entrance to our existing kitchen garden.
Help Save A Desecrated St. Vincent Cemetery We need your help at St. Vincent Cemetery in Clifton Park on May 18, 2014. Volunteers are urgently needed to help restore dignity to a desecrated, historic Baltimore cemetery by participating in gathering debris into piles. DATE: Sunday, May 18, 2014 TIME: 12:00noon until 4:00pm ADDRESS: 2401 N. Rose Street CITY/ST: Baltimore, MD 21213 We need your help to gather debris into piles. Please wear
Build a Habitat home in Aberdeen, MD We are working on a new home build at 525 Second Street in Aberdeen, and we need your help! From roofing and siding to painting and cleanup, there is always something to do at a Habitat work site! Volunteers are needed every Wednesday-Saturday from 7:30 am to 3:30 pm. No experience is necessary, but you must be at least 16 and complete a waiver. Adults over 18 can do the waiver at www.habitatsusq.org/
Nearly New Volunteer Our Nearly New Volunteers run our thrift shop which opens for two big sales in May and October. They give their time and energy to raise funds to benefit patient care at GBMC. During the donation phase, they receive, unpack, inspect, price and display donated goods in the Nearly New shop. During sale days, they are man the registers, restock merchandise and assist customers. After each sale, they p
St. Francis Neighborhood Center Seeks Summer Volunteers St. Francis Neighborhood Center is a nonprofit community organization located in the Reservoir Hill neighborhood of Baltimore. We are currently seeking volunteers for our Summer of Service Excursion, which is a service learning youth development program for youth aged 5 to 14 years old. The Summer of Service Excursion runs from July 7 until August 14, 2014 from 9:30 am to 3 pm Monday through Thursday.
St. Francis Neighborhood Center Seeks Summer Volunteers St. Francis Neighborhood Center is a nonprofit community organization located in the Reservoir Hill neighborhood of Baltimore. We are currently seeking volunteers for our Summer of Service Excursion, which is a service learning youth development program for youth aged 5 to 14 years old. The Summer of Service Excursion runs from July 7 until August 14, 2014 from 9:30 am to 3 pm Monday through Thursday.
Durant Arts Center - Speak Life Tour On Saturday, May 17th at the Durant Arts Center our organization is facilitating our 2nd "Speak Life Tour" stop. It is a visual and performing arts event for children, youth and families. We are seeking for volunteers that will assist with the event on May 17th. Opportunities: Set up, assisting the host and performing artist, assist the DJ, assist at the information tables, assist with the door prizes.
Bike Party Finish Line Festival Volunteers Needed! On Friday, April 25, 2014 the St. Francis Neighborhood Center, Whitelock Community Farm, Councilman Nick Mosby and the newly formed Mount Royal CDC are joining with Baltimore?s Bike Party to bring the Finish Line Festival to the Mount Royal District from 7 to 11 pm at Whitelock St. between Linden Ave. and Brookfield Ave. We need volunteers to help check IDs, sell tickets, set up/tear down the event, a
Bike Party Finish Line Festival Volunteers Needed! On Friday, April 25, 2014 the St. Francis Neighborhood Center, Whitelock Community Farm, Councilman Nick Mosby and the newly formed Mount Royal CDC are joining with Baltimore?s Bike Party to bring the Finish Line Festival to the Mount Royal District from 7 to 11 pm at Whitelock St. between Linden Ave. and Brookfield Ave. We need volunteers to help check IDs, sell tickets and drinks, set up/tear down t
Fifth Annual Kingman Island Bluegrass & Folk Festival The 5th Annual Kingman Island Bluegrass Festival will draw thousands of Bluegrass fans to Kingman and Heritage Islands Park in celebration of Bluegrass in the Nation?s Capital, the Anacostia River, and Kingman and Heritage Islands. The festival will feature DC?s hottest food trucks, beers from Sierra Nevada, kayaks, climbing wall, and outdoor classes from REI, bike giveaways and bike demos from Bicycle
Outreach Ambassadors Needed Year Round With one in eight women having breast cancer, the odds are significant that most of us have been touched by the disease. In Maryland, there are more than 4,000 new breast cancer diagnoses every year. Joining The Red Devils Outreach Ambassador Corps is your opportunity to play an active role in letting your community know about the resources available to breast cancer families through The Red Devils. T
Career Tutor with Youth Empowered Society The Youth Empowered Society (YES) Drop-In Center is seeking career tutors to help our youth participants search for jobs and learn basic skills necessary to achieve their employment goals. YES is the only drop-in center for homeless youth in Baltimore. We serve youth ages 14-25 who don?t have a stable home and who need assistance meeting many of their basic needs. The YES Career Tutor will help youth
Board Leadership Opportunities With one in eight women having breast cancer, the odds are significant that most of us have been touched by the disease. In Maryland, there are more than 4,000 new breast cancer diagnoses every year. Joining The Red Devils board of directors is your opportunity to take a leadership role to improve the quality of life for families living with breast cancer. As a member of the board you will guide our s
Lend a Hand and a Smile at Baltimore Green Works EcoFest 2014 Help celebrate the culmination of Baltimore Green Week with a day of fun and educational activities for the whole family in Druid Hill Park. There will be vendors, exhibitors, and live music at this community festival focused on helping Marylanders embrace a more environmentally sustainable and healthier lifestyle. We need your help to make this event run smoothly. Volunteers are needed to help set-up,
Keep a senior warm this winter. Knit or crochet handmade scarves for Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland Here at Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland, we strive to provide "More than just a meal." With the addition of auxiliary services and support from the community, we can remind local seniors and home bound individuals that they have not been forgotten! We need volunteers who can knit or crochet handmade scarves to be distributed to our clients at the beginning of winter 2014. Volunteers made 468 scar
Human Resources Assistant Filing, sending faxes, making photocopies and filtering the department's incoming mail are some of the administrative duties that the HR assistant may complete.
Join us at FlowerMart! Volunteer on Saturday (May 3) at FlowerMart! Help man our Parks & People table for a 3-hour shift and also help promote our Community Greening Resource Network by selling seed bursts. The seed bursts were a hit last year, and it is always an enjoyable experience volunteering for a few hours in the center of beautiful Mt. Vernon and the Washington Monument. Also this year, Parks & People will have a Wil
Help us cleanup the historic sites of the War of 1812 on June 7th! Please help clean up the following three historic sites in Dundalk Maryland in preparation for the War of 1812 Battle Of North Point Bicentennial Celebration on September 12, 2014! We will cleanup the Methodist Meeting House Monument (The Methodist Meeting House was used by the British as their headquarters during the Battle of North Point and became a field hospital for both sides after the battle beg
Volunteer Photographer needed for Cleanup of Historic Bear Creek and Charlesmont Park Cleanup on May 10th Please help us photograph volunteers as they clean up the historic shoreline of Bear Creek and Chalesmont Park where both the British and American set up defensive positions during the War of 1812, Battle of North Point. The British also used this location to evacuate their wounded and POW?s. Charlesmont Park was also the location were the Veterans of the War of 1812 celebrated Defender?s Day for over
Help us Cleanup the Historic Shoreline of Bear Creek and Charlesmont Park on May 10th! Please help clean up the historic shoreline of Bear Creek and Chalesmont Park where both the British and American set up defensive positions during the War of 1812, Battle of North Point. The British also used this location to evacuate their wounded and POW?s. Charlesmont Park was also the location were the Veterans of the War of 1812 celebrated Defender?s Day for over 75 years! This event will be run
Full Day Summer STEM Camp Program The Webb Group, Inc. Educational Learning Center provides after school and summer programming to elementary and middle school students and helps them excel and advance to top high schools. Summer Program - During this six week program held Monday-Friday from the hours of 7am -5pm scholars study four academic subjects daily, engage in enriching elective courses, participate in weekly field trips. Mee
Adopt a Health Center! People's Community Health Centers is looking for a corporate partner to adopt one of our health centers! We were founded in 1970 and are in desperate need of help updating our interior and exteriors with a good painting and scrubbing. We are not able to use our funding for improvement or repair and we would like our look to match our service! We provide quality health care to over 11,000 patients a ye
Donation Specialist Wanted People's Community Health Centers has built its foundation on the support of others to allow us to provide quality healthcare to those who cannot afford it. We are looking for someone who can assist our grant and development team for securing donations of goods and services. We receive no funding for "aesthetics" and are looking to improve our landscaping. You would be calling local greenhouses and
Looking for a talented painter We are looking for someone to paint our windows with our agency name at our location on 1734 Maryland Ave. We have very little signage at this location and could use some help with visibility. There are actually multiple windows that could be painted (we are located in the arts district) and an opportunity for creativity.
Walk Like MADD Event Volunteer WALK LIKE MADD, our major fundraiser, raises funds which allow us to continue providing our unique victim services to the victim/survivors of impaired driving crashes throughout Maryland at no charge to them, and continue to promote efforts to improve the safety and well-being of our families. Launched in 2007, WALK LIKE MADD has brought together over 2,000 walkers and raised in excess of $600,000 to
Volunteer Bookkeeper for Interfaith Environmental Non-profit We are a small but dedicated and dynamic interfaith organization with a modest, straight-forward budget and multiple grant-funded programs that help congregations realize their commitment to caring for the earth. We are strongly volunteer driven and are seeking a volunteer bookkeeper who appreciates the commitment and passion of the work we do. We anticipate that this task will require 10-15 hours a m
Walking With Ease Instructor Baltimore County Department of Aging in partnership with the Arthritis Foundation is looking for volunteer leaders to aid in improving the lives of others by teaching an Arthritis Foundation program Walk with Ease, developed to help the millions of people living with arthritis take control of their disease. As a program leader, you will: ? Make a tremendous difference in your community. ? Experien
Program Promotion Volunteers are needed to call a select group of individuals to promote the Watt Watchers program. You will be providing potential participants date, time and locations of upcoming classes. This opportunity can be done from home
Watt Watchers Support Team Volunteers are needed to conduct followup calls to past program participants. The phone calls will provide support for the participant to continue saving energy. Training and materials will be provided. This opportunity can be done form your home. NEED: IMMEDIATE
Are You Passionate about Saving Energy? Volunteers are needed to teach people how to save energy through our Watt Watchers of Maryland(TM)program. Watt Watchers- is an educational program provided by the Fuel Fund of Maryland that teaches people how to save energy. Volunteers are needed to teach a pair of classes for a total of 2.5 hours a session (first class 1 hour, second 1.5 hours). Training and supplies will be provided. This oppor
May 17th Please help us Clean Stansbury Park and Pond May 17th Please help us Clean Stansbury Park and Pond from 9 am to 2 pm in celebration of National Kids to Parks Day! We run our cleanups as a family event with plenty of ways for volunteers to participate. We welcome every type of person of every ability level to contribute and assist with the cleanup. Though it is true we will need people to dig out shopping carts and haul trash to the dumpsters,
Program Promotion Volunteers are needed to call a select group of individuals to promote the Watt Watchers program. You will be providing potential participants with date, time and location of upcoming classes. This opportunity can be done from home. NEED: IMMEDIATE
Watt Watchers Support Team Volunteers are needed to conduct follow up phone calls to past program participants. The phone calls will provide participants with support to continue saving energy. Training and materials will be provided. This opportunity can be done from home. ?NEED: IMMEDIATE
Energy Educator Support Team Volunteers are needed to follow up with participants from our Watt Watchers class. Volunteers will be trained and necessary materials will be provided This opportunity can be done from home.
Delivery Driver for Produce Drop Once a month, older adults living at Stadium Place (where GEDCO serves as the master developer and provides supportive services) receive a Produce Drop from the Maryland Food Bank. We are in need of assistants to help to drive and distribute the extra produce to our other Senior Service programs around York Road and Harford Road. This would be a labor intensive volunteer position.
Produce Drop Assistant Once a month, older adults living at Stadium Place (where GEDCO serves as the master developer and provides supportive services) receive a Produce Drop from the Maryland Food Bank. We are in need of assistants to help the senior residents to distribute the food to the different buildings on the Stadium Place campus. This would be a labor intensive volunteer position.
GEDCO Volunteer at Govanstowne Farmers' Market One of the ways that GEDCO supports our program, CARES, is through the sale of Cards for CARES. Cards for CARES are beautiful, locally handmade cards. These efforts are volunteer-led. In 2013, Loyola University Maryland students also constructed cards of which several remain. Additionally, GEDCO has house pins and key chains which we sell to support our programs and services. We have been invited to ha
Community Corridor Walks Volunteer GEDCO and the York Road Partnership are working together to build community, beautify the York Road corridor, and to encourage locals to get some exercise together through this community corridor walk and greenery effort. This project will take place on the third Saturday of each month from 10:00am to about 1:00pm. Volunteers will be expected to greet and converse with local residents and, using gloves
MENTORS NEEDED FOR YOUTH IN FOSTER CARE Become a youth mentor with CFLS's Volunteer Mentoring Partnership Program; make a small investment that will produce a great return! Commit to 4-6 hours of mentoring per month for one year, and make a lasting, positive impact in the life of a foster care youth. Mentors will receive a small, monthly stipend of $40 for each mentee.
Bright Mexican youth need home stay families for 12 days in the summer The World Trade Center Institute (WTCI) will host 18 high school students from Mexico (ages 15-18) this summer from July 21 until August 2nd who will learn about youth empowerment best practices. The youth are competitively selected by the U.S. State Department and the Mexican Department of Education to participate in the Jovenes En Accion program. During the day the Mexican youth will be introduced to
Mexican youth need welcoming homes for 12 days in the summer The World Trade Center Institute (WTCI) will host 18 high school students from Mexico (ages 15-18) this summer from July 21 until August 2nd who will learn about youth empowerment best practices. The youth are competitively selected by the U.S. State Department and the Mexican Department of Education. During the day the Mexican youth will be introduced to local organizations and programs that engage yo
March 10th Please help us cleanup the Historic Bear Creek Please mark your calendars for our next cleanup on Saturday, May 10, 2014 at 9:00 AM ? 2:00 PM, Rain or Shine, as the day and time we clean up the section of Beach Creek Shoreline and Charlesmont Park. This event will be run in conjunction with the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay as part of their Annual Project Clean Stream Event. We run our cleanups as a family event with plenty of ways for volunte
A Baltimore Child is waiting for a CASA volunteer. Having an impact on a Baltimore child from an abusive home environment presents a CASA volunteer with a chance to make a difference. The CASA volunteer works with one child to stand firm on determining what happens when an abused child needs help. All children deserve to have someone in their lives that advocates for their best interests. Not everyone can be a CASA volunteer, but CASA of Baltimore wo
Victim Impact Panel Registration Volunteer Victim Impact Panels (VIPs) allow victims/survivors an opportunity to heal by sharing their personal stories of bereavement, injuries, and loss with an audience of receptive participants. Volunteer Victim Impact Panel Speakers play an important part in helping to reduce future victimizations through presenting effective VIPs, which educate participants to the hazards of impaired driving and motivate pa
Leadership Positions-PATHWAYS tutoring PATHWAYS tutoring has been in existence for 8 years and has helped over 300 students in that time. We have fine tuned our organization and have proven to be an enriching academic program for low income students from Baltimore City and County. We are currently looking for leadership in three areas. Lead Facilitator, Student Liaison, and Tutor Liaison. The Lead Facilitator would be responsible for we
Leadership Positions-PATHWAYS tutoring PATHWAYS tutoring has been in existence for 8 years and has helped over 300 students in that time. We have fine tuned our organization and have proven to be an enriching academic program for low income students from Baltimore City and County. We are currently looking for leadership in three areas. Lead Facilitator, Student Liaison, and Tutor Liaison. The Lead Facilitator would be responsible for we
Deliver meals while exercising- Participate in "Meals on Two Wheels" Do you have a passion for cycling? Do you want to support your community's seniors and home bound individuals? Join Meals on Two Wheels, and you can do both! Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland is looking for active volunteers in Baltimore City for this program. By delivering meals to seniors in your community from your bicycle, you can stay in shape and provide seniors with the nutrition they need bu
Tree Planting on the Gwynns Falls Trail Plant trees with Parks & People on the Gwynns Falls Trail! On Saturday, May 10, join us from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM to plant trees and remove invasive plants along the beautiful Gwynns Falls Trail. We will be meeting at 9:00 AM at the intersection of Wilkens Ave & Hurley Ave, Baltimore, MD. No experience is required. Parks and People will provide all of the training and tools. Wear sturdy shoes or boots
Volunteer Coordination Assistant GEDCO?s Mission is that in partnership with faith-based and community organizations, we provide affordable housing, supportive services, and emergency assistance to community residents. GEDCO?s main office is in need of a volunteer to assist the External Relations Coordinator with volunteer coordination. Candidates must be available to volunteer their time weekly, around 15+ hours, on a fixed schedu
Make A Difference - Volunteer For Hospice Make a difference by volunteering to provide companionship to hospice patients and respite (relief) for their families (who may need to run errands etc.) Our volunteers also care for patients and their families by providing supportive visits, running errands, reading, playing music and assisting with light housekeeping. Volunteers typically give 1-2 hours of their time each week
BioEYES Volunteers Needed for the USA Science & Engineering Festival Volunteer at the BioEYES (www.bioeyes.org) booth at the USA Science & Engineering Festival (www.usasciencefestival.org). This is the largest science festival in the U.S. and will take place on April 26?27, 2014 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. After your shift you can spend the day exploring the expo! BioEYES is a K-12 science program that uses live fish to excite stud
Alzheimer's Association Caregiver Support Group Facilitator An Alzheimer's Association support group is an open gathering of people with common problems, needs ad interests who come together to share their feelings, thoughts and experiences in a combined effort to better cope with and manage the shared problems of dementia in a safe environment. The goal of the support groups is to provide emotional, social and/or educational support to group members.In the ro
Alzheimer's Association Outreach Volunteer Volunteer will attend local health fairs, social events, sporting events, charity campaigns and other public events to provide information about Alzheimer's disease and the services provided by the Alzheimer's Association Greater Maryland Chapter. We especially need volunteers who are bi-lingual.
Alzheimer's Association Helpline Volunteer To assist persons calling or visiting the chapter office through the provision of information about Alzheimer's disease or related disorders, chapter services, local community resources and emotional support.
Mayor's Spring Cleanup in Pigtown Citizens of Pigtown and the Parks & People are partnering to line the streets with trees this spring. Join us from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM on Saturday, April 26 as we plant trees along the sidewalks and pick up litter in the Pigtown neighborhood as a part of the Spring Cleanup. Gloves and tools will be provided. Wear sturdy shoes or boots and dress for the weather. Groups and families welcomed! RSVP to kel
Bring the joy of music to a kid- be a piano teacher! Have an ear for music and a passion for helping people? We'll provide the piano, you provide the teaching skills! Volunteer your time at the Havre de Grace Boys & Girls to help bring music and culture to the youth Club members!
Removing Targets, One note at a time! Looking for adults to help with business Administration, Cooking, Music instruction! We are the Marching Elite Music and Arts Program. Who We Are: A not-for-profit music and arts education organization dedicated to address the needs of young persons who reside in under-resourced communities in the United States of America. Our Mission: Advancing and improving the education of young people. Promoti
Patient Assistant Opportunity We are looking for volunteers who would be interested in assisting patients with low levels of literacy or English as a second language to complete required forms while waiting for medical services. When not assisting patients, this person would assist with filing and general patient flow.
Volunteer with Living Classrooms Living Classrooms Foundation has a variety of ongoing opportunities for volunteers to get involved. We work with individuals and groups of all sizes, and can plan one-day service events or facilitate ongoing volunteer commitments. Examples of individual volunteer involvement include: tutoring young adults working towards their GED; assisting at an after-school program; mentoring a middle school studen
St. Francis is Seeking Male Mentors to Make a Difference in a Young Man's Life Would you like to make a difference in the life of a young man by being a mentor? St. Francis Neighborhood Center in Reservoir Hill invites you to be a special someone in the life of an at-risk child. Male mentors are needed to help bridge the gap given the shortage of male teachers in the education field. By mentoring, you could help be a male role model in the lives of young men. Ultimately, mentors
St. Francis is Seeking Male Mentors to Make a Difference in a Young Man's Life Would you like to make a difference in the life of a young man by being a mentor? St. Francis Neighborhood Center in Reservoir Hill invites you to be a special someone in the life of an at-risk child. Male mentors are needed to help bridge the gap given the shortage of male teachers in the education field. By mentoring, you could help be a male role model in the lives of young men. Ultimately, mentors
Volunteers Urgently Needed for Summer Camp Camp operates Monday through Friday, from 7a.m. through 6 p.m. The camp services children from 4yrs old/entering kindergarten through 11yrs old/children entering 6th grade, Volunteers are requested for the following positions: Before Care Monitors:- 7a.m. -9a.m. Classroom Assistants- 9a.m. - 12p.m. Lunchtime Monitors-12p.m.- 1p.m. Enrichment Activity Monitors - 1p.m. - 5p.m. Office Assistant - Vari
Connect with a senior in your area- Be a Phone Pal with Meals on Wheels Our phone pals don't just make sure our clients are safe and happy, they form a relationship with them and become good friends! Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland delivers two nutritious meals to homebound seniors every weekday, and many of our clients report that the delivery volunteer is the only person they see during the day. By being a phone pal, you can connect a homebound senior to the outside
Keep a senior warm this winter. Donate handmade scarves to Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland Here at Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland, we strive to provide "More than just a meal." With the addition of auxiliary services and support from the community, we can remind local seniors and home bound individuals that they have not been forgotten! If you knit or crochet, you can donate handmade scarves to Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland to be distributed to our clients at the beginning of wi
The Community Baby Shower Dream Girls Mentoring Program Inc. are proud to present The Community Baby Shower. This event will allow teen parents from the Community to receive information and resources from health related agencies. As well as needed supplies, baby necessities, and other resources for their children for free. The Community Baby Shower will take place on May 10th, 2014 from 12:30pm-3:30pm at The Humanim on 1701 Nor
Media Relations Assistant Bello Machre is now accepting r105sum105s for a new volunteer position. The Media Relations Assistant will be a member of Bello Machre?s Development team. In this position, you are charged with helping our agency develop and retain relationships with its most valuable asset: PEOPLE. Write newsletter articles and press releases in alignment with the organization?s mission. Attend program events to ide
More than just a meal! Protect home bound seniors with Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland Did you know Maryland ranks eighth highest in food insecurity among low-income senior citizens? Our nutritious meals, hand delivered by caring volunteers, help prevent the negative effects of food insecurity throughout central Maryland. Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland delivers two meals each weekday to local seniors and home bound individuals, and we need YOU to help! Being a volunteer in this oppo
Volunteers needed full time/part time day Day Program- Social activities during the day Art, Computer, Hobbies, Games, Nutrition, money management etc. Property Mgmt- needs painting residences homes, Furniture/Appliance inventory, special handy man skills, Finance dept. Audit readiness, filing, etc.
Bilingual Volunteers calling for help, great way to keep up with your language Here at Baltimore International Academy we teach our children's course work is taught in Spanish, French, Russian and Chines. We are looking for tutors who can speak one of the 4 languages to be able to help children with their homework. Subjects will be Math, and Reading. Grades Kindergarten to 4th. Thank You
Volunteers Needed at GEDCO's 2014 iConnect Generations Expo GEDCO is in need of volunteers to assist at our 2014 iConnect Generations Expo! The event is free and open to the public, but especially geared towards youth and seniors. It will be family oriented with many games, food, and health and wellness activities for people of all ages. If you are interested in helping out at this event on Saturday, April 26th, between 10am and 3pm, contact mpeterson@gedco.org
On-Call Volunteers Needed Year-Round There Goes My Hero Foundation has occasional need for volunteers to assist at bone marrow drives, to assist in a variety of capacities at our special events, and to help on committees if there is interest. We need everything from set-up, registration, road marshalls, rest stop attendants, silent auction monitors, errand running, etc.
Marketing & Public Relations Volunteers Needed There Goes My Hero Foundation has a Marketing Committee to help Hero with its outreach and visibility in the community. We are looking for volunteers with backgrounds in marketing, public relations, community relations, or communications to help us with our efforts. We have a strong emphasis with social media and need assistance with Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Vine, and Blogging. In addition, we
Mock Interviews We are looking for local professionals to volunteer with us from 9am to 12 pm on April 10th and conduct mock interviews with our job-seeking clients. We host monthly mock interview sessions because we know that interviews are often most nerve-wracking part of the job search process. Your participation and perspective are extremely valuable for our clients who are looking for work. How it works: -Mock
Volunteer at Port to Fort 6K Race We are hosting our 18th Annual Port to Fort 6k race, benefiting Believe In Tomorrow Children?s Foundation. The 6k course takes runners through Locust Point and around historic Fort McHenry, ending with a post-race picnic and family-friendly activities. Volunteers will get the chance to make a difference for critically ill children and their families. Please support our wonderful fundraiser. WHAT: Be
Be a mentor / Tutor a child Baltimore International Academy is seeking volunteers with a background in or who are working towards a degree in Education to tutor clients on an individual, one-on-one basis. Volunteer tutors will prepare and lead lesson plans with the client they are partnered with. Volunteers will be responsible to help tutor children ages 5-12 in Reading and or math. If interested, please fill out the volunteer ap
Lunchroom Aide Do you love working with children and helping them engage in activities ? Please join us Mondays through Fridays anytime from 10-1pm to help our children in their lunchroom setting, after they eat they will be at activity tables and you will be able to help them draw, read, and play games. This will be a rewarding and fun experience where you will be working with children and helping them develop and
Provide Vital Transportation for Seniors Northwest Neighbors Connecting (NNC) is looking for people to drive seniors to the grocery store, doctors appointments, beauty parlor, etc. -Commit to as little as one ride per month -Be willing to make a new friend - Training provided
Port to Fort 6K race Believe In Tomorrow's 18th annual Port to Fort 6K race will be help on Saturday, April 26th at 8a.m. We will need help advertising the race in the weeks prior. We need help the day before the race (Friday 4/25) as well as the day after the race (Sunday 4/27). We need help day of the race to help set up, clean up and volunteer throughout.
Volunteer Leaders Needed as Tree Planting Crew Chiefs this spring! Are you interested in working out in nature, making a difference for future generations, and doing your part to restore and protect our natural world? If yes, then join the Gunpowder Valley Conservancy (GVC) tree planting Crew Chief team in our reforestation efforts throughout the Gunpowder Watershed. What is a CREW CHIEF? Well, you would be joining a fantastic group of great team leaders that alrea
Expressive Arts Therapy for Disabled Young Adults Becoming a volunteer at Karina Cafe will give you the opportunity to learn about the benefits of Expressive Arts Therapy and at the same time you will help a disabled young adult to enjoy the sessions. No experience necessary, just an open heart. We provide Art, Dance, and Music Therapy for all ages. We seek professional volunteers as well who can help us with administration, fund-raising, public relat
Business Workshop Coordinator Volunteer Needed BUSINESS WORKSHOP COORDINATOR VOLUNTEER NEEDED Last fall, ERICA held its first business workshop for immigrant women focused on finances, advertising, and networking. A group of immigrant entrepreneurs worked with an ERICA staff member to organize the event, advertise to the immigrant and refugee communities, and recruit speakers. The workshop was well-received by speakers and attendees, so we look fo
Provide Vital Transportation to a Senior Northwest Neighbors Connecting (NNC) is looking for people to drive seniors to the grocery store, doctors appointments, beauty parlor, etc. -Commit to as little as one ride per month -Be willing to make a new friend - Training provided
Educational Volunteers needed to lead field trips at Great Kids Farm Do you have free time during the week between the hours of 8-4? Do you love being outdoors with students? Great Kids Farm may be the place for you! Great Kids Farm is in need of out-going and fun-loving volunteers to assist with our year round educational programming. The Farm engages students from pre-kindergarten through graduation in programs that begin with experiential learning visits and culmina
Math Tutor Needed for Middle School Youth The AKOBEN Foundation's youth mentoring program, Project Empowerment is looking for an enthusiastic math tutor who will assist students with understanding mathematics and the processes therein. Tutors will assist students with understanding how to complete homework assignments and answer questions that students have about their math class.
Computer Tutor for Justice Housing Program JUSTICE HOUSING is in need of a volunteer to do Basic Computer and Internet Skills Trainer at Scattered-Site Locations. GEDCO's Mission is that in partnership with faith and community-based organizations, GEDCO provides affordable housing, supportive services, and emergency assistance for community residents. This volunteer would introduce 12 households who have experienced homelessness to computer u
American Heart Association- Howard County Heart Ball This year we will be celebrating the 19th Annual Howard County Heart Ball.32 This black-tie gala raises money to fund research to prevent heart disease and stroke, one of the leading causes of death in the United States. The event consists of a Silent Auction, seated dinner, Live Auction, Personal Donation Moment, and dancing. We need volunteers to help us produce all those moments throughout the ni
Coordinator (Eating Together Lunch Program) The Eating Together Lunch is a federally funded, congregate nutrition program, established under the Older Americans Act in 1972. The program?s goal is to promote health, reduce social isolation and provide a nutritious meal in a congregate dining setting. The program also offers exciting program and educational opportunities for Baltimore City Seniors 60 plus or disabled individuals. At Stadium Place
Quality Survey Specialist Be a part of something special! Our 2-1-1 Referral and Information Specialists do great work year round and our Quality Survey Specialist volunteers can help us learn how we might do even better! Quality Survey Specialist volunteers are trained to reach out, by phone, to those who have received assistance, ask specific questions about the services provided.and enter the information in a database. After

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