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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
Farm to Food Bank Program Volunteer The Maryland Food Bank’s Farm to Food Bank Program engages a network of farms across the state in a partnership to provide hungry Marylanders with fresh, local produce. As part of this effort, we rely on volunteers to help us glean excess crops from our farm partners’ fields, which is critical to getting nutritious food to those in need. Most of our Farm to Food Bank Program partners are located on t
Reading and Math Tutors Wanted Reading and Math tutors on all levels are required . Many of the kids we assist have an Iep for a child with a disability, the school must first determine whether the child qualifies for special education services. To qualify, the child's disability must have an adverse effect on the child's educational progress. They are falling behind in school. Because most suffer with ADD and ADHD its difficult f
Administrative Assistant for the Marine Learning Institute This starts as a volunteer position, but may transition into a staff position as skills and funding permit. This position is local to the DC metropolitan area. A major goal of this project is to develop a virtual office to support the MLI Board of Directors in seeking funding for operational and project needs.The Volunteer Administrative Assistant for Business Operations will report directly to Scot Mc
Early Childhood Literacy Volunteer The AKOBEN Foundation, Inc. is in need of early childhood literacy tutors with our Reading, Rhythm and the Arts (RRA) Program. This program aims to improve the literacy skills of early learners in order to improve high school graduation rates in America’s urban communities. Statistics offer that students who do not know how to read after the third grade are at greater risk of incarceration, poor health
American Heart Association - Howard County Heart Ball This year we will be celebrating the 20th 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 nigh
Youth Sports Coach Seeking volunteer coaches! Coaching at i9 Sports is a 2 hour commitment on either a Saturday or Sunday with a little time for prep during the week. We provide you with a full Coach's Guide, a weekly, age appropriate video practice guide, and Coach Training. We offer soccer, t-ball, and flag football as options. Your knowledge of the sports is not at all critical as we fill in those gaps for you. We si
Hair Dressers - cut hair for elderly Our patients have life limiting illness and are unable to get to the hair dressers for haircuts. We are looking for someone who would like to go into homes and facilities and give a haircut to these individual. This is a service that helps them feel better and look better. As a volunteer you will get a lot more than you give as individuals are happy to talk and she stories with you. It is a amazing
Healing Touch and Massage Therapy We are looking for individuals who are licensed or certify to work with our patients who are dealing with a life limiting illness. It is an amazing time to enter someone life and just give of yourself. We learn from everyone we come into contact with. Individual have great life stories and enjoy sharing with our volunteers.
NAMI Metro Baltimore University of Maryland Medical Systems Mentor Program The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is the nation's largest grassroots organization dedicated to improving the lives of persons living with serious mental illness and their families. NAMI Metropolitan Baltimore partners with the University of Maryland Medical Systems (UMMS) to provide peer mentors to support patients in the psychiatric and geriatric psychiatric units. The goals of this progr
What is it like to hear voices? Help teach people about mental illness & fight stigma! The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is the nation's largest grassroots organization dedicated to improving the lives of persons living with serious mental illness and their families. Virtual Voices (VV) is an experiential workshop unique to NAMI Metropolitan Baltimore, and is one of the most popular outreach education programs offered. The groundbreaking simulation was developed by Patricia
Geocaching & Cleanup Join Parks & People for a geocache hunt and trash clean up along the Gwynns Falls Trail! This is a fun, family-friendly opportunity to explore and beautify the trail while learning about the eco-history of the Gwynns Falls. There will be prizes for the team who finds the all of the caches first! While geocaching, volunteers will pick up trash along the trail. This small act of picking up litter can ma
Plant Trees in Sandtown Join our first planting of the spring! Get your hands dirty and volunteer with Parks & People as we plant trees along Gilmor Street in Sandtown. Haven't planted a tree before? No problem! There will be a tree planting demonstration and staff on-hand to help. Volunteers should bring a reusable water bottle and wear closed-toe shoes.
Mayor's Spring Cleanup & Tree Planting Spring has officially arrived! Get your hands dirty and volunteer with Parks & People as we welcome the planting season. Haven't planted a tree before? No problem! We'll have staff on hand for tree planting lessons and helpful tips. Bring a reusable water bottle, and please wear close-toed shoes and clothes you don't mind getting dirty. Our goal is to line the streets with trees and increase Mount C
Plant Trees & Green Mt. Clare Get your hands dirty and volunteer with Parks & People as we welcome the planting season and start to plant trees. Haven't planted a tree before? No problem! We'll have staff on hand for tree planting lessons and helpful tips. Our goal is to line the streets with trees and increase Mount Clare's tree canopy making it a greener and healthier neighborhood. Register at http://www.parksandpeople.org/eve
Clean and Beautify Middle Branch Park Join Parks & People and the Baltimore Rowing Club in cleaning up Waterview Road along Middle Branch Park. This is a great opportunity to join others in beautifying a city park! Volunteers should wear long pants and shoes with thick soles. Tools and gloves will be provided. Free parking is available. This event is free and open to the public, so please feel free to share this special volunteer opport
Deaf Services Assistance Needed Earl's Place provides transitional housing to men who are homeless. Currently we have a resident who is hearing impaired. We are looking for a person to work with this resident and our case manager approximately once a week, days and times are flexible.
Become a Positive Pathways Program Mentor Mentor Teens to Aid Career and Educational Success! Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Chesapeake's Positive Pathways Program Baltimore (P3B), is looking for dedicated male and female volunteers to mentor youth and assist them as they establish goals toward career and educational success. BBBSGC is a non-profit organization that provides mentoring to children throughout the state of Maryland. Ou
Grant Writer Volunteer Needed One of our goals this year is to obtain more funding. The grant writer would be responsible for assisting us in finding the appropriate grants that would benefit our organization. They would also be responsible for completing and submitting the proposal on time. Grant writers must have experience in grant writing and research.
Kingman Island Bluegrass & Folk Festival On Saturday, April 25th, Living Classrooms Foundation will host the annual Kingman Island Bluegrass & Folk Festival on Kingman Island in Washington, DC. This great local music festival drew a crowd of over 10,000 people last year - and we are expecting an even bigger turnout this year! (The picture above is from last year's event!) This means we need a HUGE amount of volunteer support to ensure that ev
BUGS Parent-Child Dance On March 27th and 28th, we are looking for volunteers to help with the first annual BUGS parent-child dance! This event will be an opportunity for students in the BUGS program (2nd-5th graders who attend Commodore John Rodgers Elementary/Middle School) and their parents to have a fun night out together. On March 27th, volunteers will work side-by-side with the students to decorate and prepare for the d
BUGS Farmer's Market On Saturday, April 25th, BUGS (Baltimore Urban Gardening with Students) will host its annual farmer's market, welcoming the community onto our East Harbor Campus for this student-run event. BUGS students will be showing off their talents, selling their freshly-grown produce and other items, and putting on an exciting event for the whole community. Volunteers will help the students run various stations
RSVP Hunger Corps Orientation and Training The Baltimore County RSVP office is very excited to announce the long awaited launch of the Hunger Corps (The Corps) as a new anti-hunger initiative for the Baltimore region. To launch the start of this unique and exciting program, a free orientation and training for seniors, aged 55+ interested in volunteering as a part of The Corps, will take place on Monday, March 30, 2015. This highly anticipated
Join the RSVP Hunger Corps! he Retired Senior Volunteer Program is looking for volunteers, aged 55 or over, to help decrease food insecurity and increase food access through direct service placements in the Baltimore region. Volunteers serve in a variety of capacities, including: - Nutrition Education - Serving meals at soup kitchen - Stocking Food Pantries - Serving meals to at-risk children - Revitalizing Community Gardens - A
Organic Food Production for the Hungry Garden Harvest welcomes volunteers interested in helping to produce food for hungry Maryland families and individuals in great need of emergency food. While the economic recession has officially ended, it seems that the recovery has benefited the rich, not the poor. There is as much or really more need than ever since food prices have increased, so that people who could afford food a year ago no longe
Help Clean Up Lynch Cove Run Mark your calendars for June 27th and our cleanup of Lynch Cover run Stream in conjunction with the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay's Annual Project Clean Stream! We will be cleaning up Lynch Cover Run which runs next to the North Point Government Center before flowing into Bear Creek. Volunteers of all ages and abilities are needed! Help us remove the trash before it flows into Bear Creek, the Chesape
Help Cleanup Lynch Cove Run Stream Mark your calendars for June 27th and our cleanup of Lynch Cover run Stream in conjunction with the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay's Annual Project Clean Stream! We will be cleaning up Lynch Cover Run which runs next to the North Point Government Center before flowing into Bear Creek. Volunteers of all ages and abilities are needed! Help us remove the trash before it flows into Bear Creek, the Chesape
Bash Committee Volunteer Every year we host our Bash - the biggest fundraiser of the year for the chapter. Held at the Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor, the event is coordinated by a skilled group of dedicated volunteers. Responsibilities include attending committee meetings, helping with silent auction, marketing, event design and social media.
Join our Team! NonResidential Members volunteer with the organization at least once per week and RUN with one of our 4 teams at 5:30am Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, or Saturdays. Runs last from 5:30am - 6:30am and teams run anywhere from 1-4 miles at a variety of paces. The expectation of NonResidential Members is to accompany members along their journeys to self-sufficiency through accountability, support, encou
Support Group Facilitators Needed! Help families coping with mental illness The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is the nation's largest grassroots organization dedicated to improving the lives of persons living with serious mental illness and their families. Volunteers are needed to serve as Support Group Facilitators for NAMI's Family Support Group program. Support Group Facilitators provide support, education, and practical knowledge to other people living with me
Support Group Facilitators Needed! Help your fellow peers coping with mental illness The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is the nation's largest grassroots organization dedicated to improving the lives of persons living with serious mental illness and their families. Volunteers are needed to serve as Support Group Facilitators for NAMI's Connection Peer Support Group program. Support Group Facilitators provide support, education, and practical knowledge to other people livin
Positive Pathways Program: Baltimore (P3B) Mentor Mentor Teens to Aid Career and Educational Success! Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Chesapeake's Positive Pathways Program Baltimore (P3B), is looking for dedicated male and female volunteers to mentor youth and assist them as they establish goals toward career and educational success. BBBSGC is a non-profit organization that provides mentoring to children throughout the state of Maryland. Ou
Fundraising Committee Members The fundraising committee is responsible for planning implementing three signature fundraisers that will be held annually. This includes locating the venue, contacting the sponsors, volunteers, vendors, etc. They are also responsible for locating any funding opportunities that the organization could benefit from.
Outreach Committee Members The outreach committee is responsible for maintaining all partnerships related to the organization. They are also responsible for recruiting and maintaining the mentors, volunteers, and interns. The outreach committee may be asked to attend a community outreach event to advertise the organization.
Events Committee The events committee is responsible for planning and implementing the three signature events that Dream Girls sponsors every year. This includes finding the venue, sponsors, handling the donations, volunteers, vendors etc. The events are Dream Girl Talk Conference, Community Baby Shower, and Back 2 School Block Party. The Conference is normally held in April; Community Baby Shower the day before Mot
Program Development and Evaluation Committee The program development and evaluation committee is responsible for the program calendar for the participants. They are also responsible for coordinating the different workshops in the school and community setting. The PDE will also create an evaluation tool that can be used at the end of each program year.
Mentors Our mentors are responsible for mentoring a young father between the ages of 16-21. Mentors will be required to have one face to face contact with their mentee once a month. Mentors are responsible for helping our participants set and accomplish goals that will assist them in being competent and confident parents.
Members Sought for Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Group :: You can help shape the future of bicycle and pedestrian facilities in the Baltimore Region :: Are you passionate about cycling or walking throughout the Baltimore region? Have you been looking for a forum to share your perspective on bicycle and pedestrian issues? The Baltimore Regional Transportation Board (BRTB) is currently seeking two volunteers to sit on the Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Gr
Members Sought for Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Group :: You can help shape the future of bicycle and pedestrian facilities in the Baltimore Region :: Are you passionate about cycling or walking throughout the Baltimore region? Have you been looking for a forum to share your perspective on bicycle and pedestrian issues? The Baltimore Regional Transportation Board (BRTB) is currently seeking two volunteers to sit on the Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Gr
PATHWAYS After School Tutor Program PATHWAYS tutoring is completing its 9th year. We are looking for dedicated people of all ages and experience who would like to tutor one-on-one on Monday afternoons. We have two sessions:4-5PM and 5-6PM. We support the tutors by providing training, resources, and a Program Director who is accessible during tutoring sessions. Our students are from Title 1 (low income) schools whose families cannot not a
Help the Fire Museum Bring In New Members! The Fire Museum of Maryland is looking for someone who would work with our Membership Program to beef up the number of its members, and possibly develop new programs and activities. Their prime responsibility would be to handle all processing for new and renewed members, entering their information in our database, PastPerect (volunteer would be trained to use the software), write thank-you notes, prepa
Grant Writer Volunteer needed!! We are in the process of revamping our organization and our number one goal this year is to obtain more funding. The grant writer would be responsible for assisting us in finding the appropriate grants that would benefit our organization. They would also be responsible for assisting us with completing and submitting the proposal on time.
Administrative Assistant We are currently looking for a motivated and dedicated individual to volunteer as our administrative assistant. The position would require the individual to prepare and send monthly emails about meetings, take minutes during the meetings, prepare and send the monthly newsletter and help to maintain the participants confidential records.
Musician/Music Appreciation Musician/Music Appreciation – Come in and play music for the residents. Lead sing-a-longs and more with the residents. Another aspect of this would be to discuss music. If you can not play an instrument but love music, the volunteer could lead talks about different musicians and genres of music.
Activity Assistant with The Elderly Activity Assistant – Help lead different activities at Brightview with our residents. This is a great opportunity for anyone who wants to gain some experience working with the elderly, especially as the population grows and the demand for opportunities for experienced professionals expands.
Guest Speakers For Various Topics Guest Speaker – Have an area of interest or expertise? Are you a local author or photographer? Are you an avid nature watcher? Are you a financial planner? Do you have a hobby you can showcase? Do you have a historical area of expertise. We would like you to share your talents with our residents and do a presentation.
Wood Carving Instructor Wood Carving Instructor – Looking for someone who like to carve wood into objects of art and can teach the residents who would be interested in learning more. Our schedule is flexible. Please contact me with a list of supplies you would need for us to get this going.
Team needed to support youth aging out of foster care In 2012, more than 23,000 children in foster care aged out of the system. Without family or any other dependable adults to rely on for assistance, these young people are at high risk of homelessness, joblessness, illness, incarceration, welfare dependency, early childbearing, and sexual and physical victimization. We are assembling an Open Table (www.theopentable.org) to support a youth who is aging
Team needed to help local adoptive family This family from Northern MD is struggling to keep their family afloat while putting a significant amount of time and resources into keeping their son stable. We are piloting a family care model of the Open Table (www.theopentable.org) which has the potential of creating for hope for hundreds of families nationwide.
Seeking faithful praying partners Many post-placement adoptive and foster families are silently drowning in a sea of anxiety, dysregulation, maladaptive behaviors, and grief. Lifelines often come in the forms of therapeutic parenting methods, therapy, specialized nutrition, and online support groups. However, sometimes families just need an outlet where their frustrations, fears, and struggles are met, not with more advice, but with a
Masonville Cove Wetland Restoration Join the Aquarium Conservation Team (ACT!) to plant wetland grasses on the shoreline at the Masonville Cove Environmental Education Center campus! Masonville Cove is a restored natural area in Baltimore City that is open to the public during certain hours and features free family and student programming. The grasses planted during this event will help create a living shoreline, which will provide hab
Creative Writing Instructor Creative Writing Instructor – Like to write poems, essays, short stories, anthologies and more. We are looking for a creative writing volunteer to help our creative writing group grow. This would be a weekly or biweekly activity.
Wii Gaming Leader Wii Leader – Like to play the Wii? Can you assist our residents who would like to learn how to play Wii Bowling, Wii Golf and more. This is a great opportunity for anyone who wants to gain some experience working with the elderly
Give back to injured veterans who sacrificed for our country. We have openings for ten Team Representative positions. The Team Representative performs the following tasks. • Receives and places telephone calls to veterans. • Negotiates pricing for fitness vendors • Markets CAL events to fitness vendors • Organizes CAL fundraising events. • Solicits donations from the general public, companies and other entities. • Briefs management regarding CAL affairs.
Give back to injured veterans who sacrificed for our country. We have openings for six Administrative Assistant positions. The Administrative Assistant performs administrative and office support activities. Duties include: • Filing information • Organization of Catch A Lift electronic information (e.g., mailing list, website input, photos, bios) • Entering and verifying data • Prepare packages for veterans, organizations and individuals. • Stuff and address mailing envelopes.
Outreach Volunteers NAMI participates in community events, fairs, and festivals to introduce the organization, its mission, and its resources to the community. Events are typically held at universities, faith-based organizations, and community organizations. NAMI also holds Monthly Information Meetings throughout the community to educate the audience about relevant mental health topics. Volunteer Responsibilities: ▪ Pr
Who better to talk about having a mental illness than people in recovery? The In Our Own Voice (IOOV) program gives Mental Health Consumers the opportunity to share their stories of living with a mental illness to decrease stigma and increase awareness. General Presentations are given to consumers, family and friends, health care providers, law enforcement officials, faith communities, students, and any other community or civic organization that is interested in learning mor
Who better to talk about having a mental illness than people in recovery? Volunteers are needed to serve as In Our Own Voice (IOOV) Presenters to share their stories of living with a mental illness to decrease stigma and increase awareness. Presenters receive a $30 stipend for their service. The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is the nation's largest grassroots organization dedicated to improving the lives of persons living with serious mental illness and their
Outreach Volunteers NAMI-Metro Baltimore participates in community events, fairs, and festivals to introduce the organization, its mission, and its resources to the community. Events are typically held at universities, faith-based organizations, and community organizations. NAMI also holds Monthly Information Meetings throughout the community to educate the audience about relevant mental health topics. Volunteer Responsi
Summer Fundraising Planner The GBUL runs a youth development program for Baltimore youth grades 8-12. In the Summer, youth will be planning and initiating a service-learning program, and another group will be working in summer jobs as a part of the Youthworks program through the city. At the end of the summer, we will be holding a pool party for participants of the program, as a thank you and a kick-off of the new school year. I
Like to Play Games? Seeking volunteers who would like to play and teach our residents new games and revisit some classic board games. We have a variety of games from Rummicube, Uno, Scrabble, Pass the Pigs, Bocci, Chess, Backgammon, Bingo, Life Stories, Wii Bowling, Balderdash, Scattegories, Pinnochle, and more.
Craft Instructor Enjoy crafting? Share your talents with our residents at Brightview Perry Hall. This would be for our Independent and Assisted Living Residents as well as our Wellspring Village Residents. We can provide supplies you need. Contact Ben Hoffman, Vibrant Living Director at 410-529-1903 for more details.
Mailing Party for Jubilee Arts!!! Our fundraising activities are essential to keeping our programs up and running. Join us as we thank our supporters with cards and letters and let them know how much we appreciate their contributions.
Dancing For A Cause Fundraising!!! Dancing for a Cause showcases the beautiful dances born in the streets of Harlem and adapted throughout our nation. These dances are taught at Jubilee Arts as a way to continue the legacy of arts in the Sandtown-Winchester community and in the venues that once resided on historic Pennsylvania Avenue in West Baltimore.
SAVVY OUTREACH LIAISONS NEEDED in Baltimore County (FLEXIBLE SCHEDULES; ONLY 5 TIMES PER YEAR!!!!) Want a flexible schedule? Are you a great public speaker? Love to network? Interested in aging issues? The Home Team is seeking individuals who can assist the staff in outreaching to the community. Outreach Liaisons will provide general information primarily to evening community associations and civic groups using specific talking points, and assist with informational tables as needed. This is a wond
Development Assistance/grant writing Baltimore Collegiate School for Boys is in need of volunteers who can navigate the world of fund raising and grant writing for an important cause. We have raised over $150,000 in private donations in the past few years, however we need help with foundations and corporate gifts. Our goal is to raise $200,000 by the time school opens at the end of August. This is a great opportunity to help found a schoo
Backhoe Operator / Heavy Equipment Operator Garden Harvest needs a heavy equipment operator to help prepare more land for planting more vegetable and fruit crops for Maryland's hungry citizens. We have several acres that were covered in a fabric based weed block years ago. The weed block has been overgrown with weeds/grass, and is impossible to manually pull up. We do have a back hoe and trencher, both with front end loaders, and also a littl
ASSISTANT CADDIE MASTER This is an internship/volunteer opportunity for an individual who is interested in golf, passionate about social justice and education, enjoys working with children, and is seeking leadership experience. As an Assistant Caddie Master, you will be responsible for the direct mentoring and supervision of Ready Golf Caddies, while communicating effectively with golfers and Ready Golf Tour staff. You will
Fruit Tree Buddy The Baltimore Orchard Project has a registry of over 200 fruit trees that are not regularly harvested and whose food currently goes to waste. We are seeking Fruit Tree Buddies throughout the area who will "adopt," or be a buddy to, an existing fruit tree in their neighborhood. Their role would be to monitor the health and status of the tree, report back to us whether and when it will be ready to harves
Case Manager for Women's Day Shelter Safe House of Hope (Sho Hope) is searching for a case manager to volunteer at the Curtis Bay drop-in center, which serves victims of domestic human trafficking. Duties:Meet with clients and discuss their needs and work on setting goals. Set up follow-up meetings with each client and keep track of client progress and goals reached. Help encourage clients towards their goals and work through disappoint
Help Cleanup the Woods behind North Point Shopping Center The woods behind the North Point Plaza Flea Market(at North Point Plaza Shopping Center) is completely choked with trash to the point it is strangling the foliage and causing erosion. This trash is also being washed/blown into Bread and Cheese Creek where it will eventually end up in the Chesapeake Bay! Volunteers are needed to both help us cleanup this area and to help set up for the Bread and Cheese
Help Cleanup the Woods behind North Point Plaza Shopping Center The woods behind the North Point Plaza Flea Market(at North Point Plaza Shopping Center) is completely choked with trash to the point it is strangling the foliage and causing erosion. This trash is also being washed/blown into Bread and Cheese Creek where it will eventually end up in the Chesapeake Bay! Volunteers are needed to both help us cleanup this area and to help set up for the Bread and Cheese
Vitalize Southwest Baltimore Clay Pots…A Place to Grow, a community center serving Southwest Baltimore, needs your expertise and talents to strengthen the services and programs that live out its mission. We are looking for volunteers in the following areas: • Finances and accounting • Fundraising • Marketing • Communications • Public relations • Community relations • Events • Workshop topics and leaders • Artists
Mentoring At The SEED School of Maryland The SEED School of Maryland's Mentor Program encourages positive social, emotional, and academic growth of SEED students through caring one-on-one relationships with adult role models.
Activity Leader at Women's Day Shelter: Art, Book Group, Exercise, Knitting, etc We are seeking volunteers to lead group activities for the ladies that visit our Curtis Bay drop-in center. Activities may include, but are not limited to, art/crafts, book discussion, kitting, exercise, or Bible study. Volunteers will plan weekly sessions and bring/provide any needed materials to lead a class of 5-15 clients in an activity or interest of your choice. Volunteers must be able to commit
Word Press Assistance Garden Harvest is working to upgrade its current website by creating it in Word Press so that it will be more Search Engine Optimization friendly and hence more visible. It also needs to be responsive to adapt to the public's increasing use of tablets and smart phones to surf the Internet. It is through our website that we are able to educate people as to the issue and gravity of the hunger problem
Cancer to 5K Training/Running Partners (Sherpas) The Cancer to 5K Training Program is a free 12-week training program designed to introduce or reintroduce cancer survivors to physical activity by training for and completing a 5K road race. This is a progressive run/walk program designed to get participants across a 5K finish line happy, healthy, and injury-free. Cancer to 5K sherpas help survivor participants reach their goal by ensuring no particip
Need a Program Assistant Jaylen's Journey is a new non-profit and a Program Assistant is needed to manage some clerical, research of information, and writing projects. Research information on grants, make phone calls to grantors to make inquires, follow up with various companies on donations distributions and research new opportunities and assist with proofing letters or correspondence with CEO to ensure professional presentat
Sprout Program This opportunity to help local early intervention programs. You can conduct your own donation drive of lightly used or new developmental toys, books and IPads or tablets. When therapist visit homes they bring toys to work with the children to help develop certain skills to meet the child's developmental milestones. When they leave some families don't have the items to continue working with their c
Transform a Life through Tutoring Tutors are needed to help students with homework and various subject areas after school. Good Shepherd Services provides residential, therapeutic and educational services to adolescents ages 13-21 with emotional and behavioral challenges including intellectual disabilities, autism spectrum disorders, and co-occurring substance abuse and psychiatric disorders. Good Shepherd School is approved by the Ma
Help Cleanup Stansbury Park and Pond on May 16, 2015 On May 16, 2015, in celebration of National Kids to Park Day, please help us cleanup this beautiful park and pond because every child deserves a safe clean place to play in and experience nature. We will provide gloves, trash bags, snacks, lunch and bottle water. Registration will be located at or near the pavilion. Look for the registration tents and the “Clean Bread and Cheese Creek Banners. Regist
Weekly Class Teacher: Budgeting, Nutrition, Self-esteem, or Job Prep In need of volunteers available on Mondays between 10 am and 4 pm to lead life-skills classes for our clients at the Curtis Bay drop-in center. Life-skills classes include Budgeting/Money Management, Self-esteem, Nutrition/Health, and Job Prep (resumes, interviewing skills). If you have another class idea we are open to hearing it. Volunteers will choose which class they would like to lead and will the
Environmental Educators Wanted! Parks & People Foundation seeks volunteers with a love for the environment to teach the importance of environmental stewardship to middle school sports teams. Environmental Educators will have the opportunity to work with many sports teams and instill a love of the environment in young athletes. This is a great opportunity for people who feel a sense of responsibility to protect the environment and wan
Assistant Coaches Wanted! Parks & People Foundation seeks volunteers for assistant coaching positions in a variety of middle school sports teams. Teach kids the importance of sportsmanship and help them build good character through your service as a positive role model. This position is a great opportunity for enthusiastic people with a love for recreation. Knowledge of specific sports is not required! Volunteers must be 18 yea
Administrative Help Needed for Summer 2015! Be a part of improving youth literacy in Baltimore through Parks & People Foundation’s SuperKids Camp! During this exciting 6-week camp rising second, third, and fourth graders work to improve their reading skills while doing a variety of fun activities throughout the city of Baltimore! Administrative Assistants are needed as a vital team member of SuperKids Camp to provide support for registration, at
Be a Part of an Amazing Literacy Camp in Summer 2015! Be a part of improving youth literacy in Baltimore through Parks & People Foundation’s SuperKids Camp! During this exciting 6-week camp rising second, third, and fourth graders work to improve their reading skills while doing a variety of fun activities throughout the city of Baltimore! Site Coordinator Assistants are needed to ensure the high quality delivery of this literacy-based summer camp. Site C
Counselors-in-Training Needed for Summer 2015! Be a part of improving youth literacy in Baltimore through Parks & People Foundation’s SuperKids Camp! During this exciting 6-week camp rising second, third, and fourth graders work to improve their reading skills while doing a variety of fun activities throughout the city of Baltimore! Counselors-in-training are needed as a vital team member of SuperKids Camp to provide classroom support and serve as
Community Outreach Volunteer Those interested in working directly with the Maryland Food Bank's partner agencies can request to be a TEFAP volunteer. Volunteers will assist our Pantry on the Go Program by visiting a mobile drop site and helping families fill out important paperwork. Volunteers in this position enable us to distribute even more food in the community. Pantry on the Go drops usually occur once per month at each site.
CPA Support for Mapping Sustainability BGM is lean, but vibrant. With an under $50K budget, we are a "start up" organization, ambitious, with demonstrated impact. Alas, no one on our current Board of Directors has accounting credentials and our budget doesn't allow us to hire someone. We hope to grow into a staffed organization, but we are not there yet. You can help!
Bag Lunch Wednesday We’re asking friends of the Baltimore Community to help us provide at least 275 Bag Lunches every Wednesday for those who come to our center for food. If your school, business, church, or organization would like to be involved in our Bag Lunch Campaign by committing 50 or more bag lunches please contact Lena Gonzalez at Beans & Bread for more information or to schedule a drop off Mon-Wed! Each bag lu
National Sexual Assault Online Hotline Volunteer RAINN (Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network) voted One of “America’s 100 Best Charities” by Worth Magazine & "One of the Top 10 Best Charities in 2006" by Marie Claire Magazine has openings for volunteers to provide service to visitors on the National Sexual Assault Online Hotline. The National Sexual Assault Online Hotline is the first secure web-based hotline providing live and anonymous support t
FRIENDLY VISITORS NEEDED FOR HOMEBOUND SENIORS! (ONLY 1 HOUR PER WEEK!!!!!) "Are you compassionate? Are you dependable? Are you a great listener? Are you comfortable making home visits? Do you enjoy working with older adults? If you answered yes to all of these questions, consider joining our team of volunteers! The Home Team Program is a county-wide volunteer program of the Baltimore County Department of Aging. Volunteers visit seniors who are confined to their home, unable
Maryland Science Olympiad Central Regional Tournament Maryland Science Olympiad provides quality Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education to over 2000 third through twelfth graders in Maryland and D.C. We hold 5 competitions from January to April at Hood College in Frederick, the National Cathedral School in D.C., the University of Maryland at College Park, Morgan State University in Baltimore, and the state tournament at Johns
STEM Education Mentors needed to coach students Maryland Science Olympiad serves over 2000 students in grades 3-12 through a series of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math competitions. Coaches and students benefit from mentoring by industry professionals with experience in any of the 48 events at our tournaments. Coaches appreciate the opportunity to inspire students with outside input and encouragement. Most of our coaches are school teach
Financial Resource Volunteer - Help working Baltimore families build assets, savings, and hope! The nonprofit Baltimore CASH (Creating Assets, Savings & Hope) Campaign works to increase the financial security of low-income individuals and families by providing direct services and leading a coalition of partners. Financial Resource Volunteers (FRVs) serve as tax-site resources on financial products and saving tools. They listen to the financial goals of clients and then connect them with valuable
adult basic education instructors Seeking experience and or retired teachers to work with adults seeking to earn high school diploma.
Volunteer with Middle School Youth Mentor: Work with a small group of 5th-8th grade students to help complete homework and demonstrate positive study skills to ensure targeted individualized academic support. Mentors work with students for 90 minutes, one evening per week during the school year. Higher Achievement ensures there is a full-time staff member present to assist with mentoring time and provides ongoing support and training fo
Tax Appointment Scheduling Volunteer Looking for something meaningful to do over the winter months? Join our team of appointment scheduling volunteers during the busy tax season: Jan through April. Volunteers work alongside our professional call specialists to assist local residents by scheduling free tax appointments. No tax knowledge needed- complete training provided. Volunteers are helping low income households receive the help they n
5K Committee Member Volunteers are needed to help plan and execute a 5k race by joing specific committees
Career Connections Volunteer The Beans and Bread center offers open computer lab time Mondays-Fridays from 9am-noon. We currently have a vacancy on Mondays. The computer lab provides internet access, phone, fax, printing and copying. We are in need of volunteers to monitor the area and help with any needs those that visit the day center clients may have. Responsibilities may include: - Monitoring phone usage according to sign up
One-Time Group Opportunities to Tutor Refugee Youth! The BCCC Refugee Youth Project needs small groups, clubs, or organizations to fill in tutoring spots when we have less volunteers than normal due to scheduling issues. Pick one day or sign up for them all: you'll get the chance to help kids from Bhutan, Eritrea, Iraq, and Congo with their homework. You don't have to speak another language - just be patient and have fun!

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