Acts4Youth: equipping at-risk boys with foundational character traits and life skills. Seeking tutors and mentors during a variety of courses like team building, conflict resolution, service projects, goal setting, writing projects and more. All volunteers receive orientation and ongoing support as they work one on one or with small groups of boys ages 9 - 13. When: One day a week - Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday during the semester (September - December and/or February - May). 3:15-5 p.m. for Tutoring and 4-5 p.m. for Mentoring Where: Guilford Elementary/Middle School, 4520 York Road, Baltimore, MD 21218 Contact: Antoine Payne at 443-759-1635 or Antoine.email@example.com
AHC Inc. Barclay Greenmount Apartments: addressing the need for more affordable housing in the Baltimore region. Seeking volunteers to tutor at Barclay Greenmount Apartments new after-school tutoring program for children grades K – 6. The children will receive a snack, assistance with homework and tutoring. When: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, & Thursdays from 3:30 – 5 p.m. Where: 1735 Guilford Ave, Baltimore, MD 21202 Contact: Ava Laye at 443-226-2872 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Baltimore Supper Club Initiative: connecting adults with juveniles in the justice system. Seeking volunteers for this great opportunity to serve at-risk adolescents in the Baltimore area. Supper Club bridges adult volunteers from diverse backgrounds to youth 13 to 17 years of age involved in the justice system. It re-creates, within juvenile justice facilities, the meal-time ritual of family members sitting down to share supper and conversation around the dinner table on a regular basis. When: Supper Club starts at 5:30 p.m. or 6 p.m. Four Options:
1) one-hour once a week, for three months (12 hours total)
2) one-hour twice a week, for one month (8 hours total)
3) one-hour once a week, for two months (8 hours total)
4) we can work with a volunteer group (not individual volunteers) to customize a regular schedule while still maximizing interaction with the same youth Where: Baltimore City Juvenile Justice Center Contact: Hannah Rosenberger, email@example.com
BCCC's Refugee Youth Project:seeks to improve the lives of Baltimore's youngest refugees by supporting their academic needs and making their acculturation simple and meaningful. Seeking: after-school volunteers to work with small groups of newly-arrived refugee youth to ensure their homework is accurate and complete, help increase students’ vocabulary and basic math skills, and provide social support by building meaningful relationships with students. Volunteers do not need any previous tutoring experience, but we look for candidates who are enthusiastic, patient, willing to learn about refugee-related issues, behavior management, and tutoring techniques. Volunteers are required to attend a training and complete a background check prior to meeting with students. When: Monday - Thursday, mostly between the hours of 3-6 p.m. Tutors are asked to commit to at least two hours per week, one day per week. Where: sites vary depending on school needs
Seeking youth mentors to be matched with young refugee children to provide additional academic, social, or emotional support in a one-on-one setting. Mentors are required to attend a training and complete a background check prior to meeting with students.
When: Times and dates are flexible but we require at least 2 hours a week for 6 months. Where: You must have your own transportation because you will be meeting with your mentee at their home
BIT Academy: middle school grades 6 through 8, that is located approximately 2.8 miles from Towson University. Seeking volunteers to help the BIT Academy to improve the services they provide for their students and the general community. Programs include a Community Partnership Program (ongoing), an Intramural Football League (Tues. and Thurs from 3 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.), and a Food Pantry. Where: 900 Woodbourne Ave Baltimore, MD 21212 Contact: Ronald Covington Jr., Community School Coordinator, 443-642-2067
Boys Hope Girls Hope of Baltimore: running a group-home style college access program for middle and high school students who are serious about their academics, but whose home environments are not conducive to them reaching their full potential. Seeking: tutors for middle and high school students in any subject.
When: After school, flexible Where: 3700 E. Northern Parkway, Baltimore, MD 21206 Contact: JoEllen Robinson, JRobinson@bhgh.org, 443-503-3463 ext. 502
Catonsville Mentoring Program for Children Seeking students interested in serving are asked to spend time with a special needs class of about 15 students. The tasks will include mentoring students, helping with homework, developing realistic goals for the future, and spending time with them as a big brother/big sister. When: Volunteers are asked to serve for one to two hours per week throughout the year. Where: Catonsville Elementary School Contact: Mike Keller at firstname.lastname@example.org
CHIP Mentoring Program: matches children whose parents are incarcerated with mentors from the community, to provide stability, support, and friendship, as well as providing opportunities for kids and mentors to build friendships and group activities. Seeking volunteers to mentor children whose parents are incarcerated. If you have a passion for mentoring children from challenging situations or are planning on a career in criminal justice, social work, or psychology this is an ideal program to get involved with. When: Volunteers may serve at their convenience, provided that they meet the 4 hour/month time requirement Where: Volunteers pick up children at their homes or schools (car access is necessary) Contact: Program Director Sarah Kennedy at email@example.com or 410-889-5072
ConneXions Tutoring: public charter school founded in 2002 with a mission to cultivate academic and artistic excellence, cultural identity and community awareness Seeking college students to mentor and tutor middle and high school students in the artistic and academic subjects as well as help prepare them for professional life. This program provides a great opportunity for teaching experience and will help college students get a feel for life as a teacher in an urban environment. If you're interested in being a role model and helping to promote a long-term relationship with ConneXions and Towson University this is a great program! When: At least 2 days a week from 3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. Where: ConneXions School for the Arts, 2801 North Dukeland St, Baltimore, MD Contact: Martrice Gandy, Volunteer Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org Cristo Rey Jesuit High School: tapping the promise and profound energy of our young people.
Seeking tutors for academic support in math and science, as well as volunteers for athletics/physical education, ceramics, and choir. When: Any time between 9:00 - 3:30 p.m. daily (physical education)
3:30-4:30 p.m. M, T, W, Th, F (math, science, tutors)
3:30-5:30 p.m. daily (athletic assistants)
3:30-7:30 p.m. Hours vary for athletic teams
3:30-5:00 p.m. Thursdays (ceramics assistant)
4:00-6:30 p.m. Mondays or Tuesdays; Thursdays 5:00 - 7:30 p.m. (drivers)
Where: 420 South Chester St., Baltimore MD 21231 Contact: Dawn M. Strickland at 410-727-3255 ext. 1014 or email@example.com
Digital Harbor Foundation: preparing students for technology careers, college and responsible citizenship Seeking individuals interested in volunteer and internship opportunities through the Digital Harbor Foundation. Volunteers and interns will work with elementary and high school students as they explore and learn new technologies together.
The Digital Harbor Tech Center is a non-profit community resource located at 1045 Light Street in Federal Hill. It is an open space for exploration and discovery of every kind. We feature programming for after school tech clubs, programs in web development, mobile app development, and design, a maker space, and labs in which to experiment with new technologies. When: At your convenience Where: Digital Habor Tech Center in Federal Hill, Baltimore Contact: Winona Caesar at firstname.lastname@example.org
Girl Scouts of Central Maryland: building girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. Seeking a volunteer interested in the areas of the GSCM Store, volunteer Resource Center, and regular Council Duties – filing, etc. assisting the VP, data entry and filing. When: Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m., flexible Where: 4806 Seton Drive, Baltimore, MD 21215 Contact: Katie Pederson email@example.com
Seeking In-School Program Specialist When: School Day Where: Baltimore City and County About: 10 people for hour long in-school programs, 1 hour weekly for as many as 6 weeks or as little as 1. There is some travel, and we will train you.
Seeking In-School Survey Administrator Where: Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Anne Arundel County, Owings Mills, Harford County, & Howard County About: In school survey administrator: 1 person for every school program to gather info and feedback from the girls in the program. Grades K-5, needed for one hour the first and last week of the six week program. Will need to be an approved/screened volunteer. Contact: Candace Baker firstname.lastname@example.org, 410-358-9711 ext. 259
Seeking Troop Leaders When: Flexible Where: Baltimore City About: Volunteers needed for ALL GRADE levels in Baltimore City, troops have not yet formed so scheduling is flexible. Contact: Tiesha Maynor email@example.com, 410-358-9711 ext 236
Seeking Troop Leaders & Mentors When: Flexible Where: West view, Woodbridge, and Edmonson Heights areas (Western side of Baltimore County) and Dundalk, Turner's Station, Sparrow's Point, and Edgemere areas. (South eastern side of Baltimore County) About: Troop leaders/mentors needed for ALL GRADE levels in, West view, Woodbridge, and Edmonson Heights areas. (Western side of Baltimore County) Troop leaders/mentors needed for ALL GRADE levels in, Dundalk, Turner's Station, Sparrow's Point, and Edgemere areas. (South eastern side of Baltimore County) Troops have not yet formed so scheduling is flexible. Contact: Denise Bell firstname.lastname@example.org 410-358-9711 ext 212
Seeking volunteers to assist with the Girl Scouts Beyond Bars Program When: 1st and 3rd Saturday of every month 9:30 a.m. - 11 a.m. or 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Where: Jessup - Beyond Bars Program 7943 Brockbridge Road, Jessup, Maryland 20794 About: The goals of GSBB are to lessen the impact of parental separation due to incarceration, to foster the personal and social development of girls and their mothers, and to provide girls with the opportunity to participate with their parents in the Girl Scout Leadership Experience. We need a Troop Leader and Co-Troop Leader for 2 troops within the Beyond Bars Program 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. and Life skills trainers from 9:30 a.m. - 11 a.m. Contact: Emma Williams email@example.com 410-358-9711 ext 244
Seeking volunteers to help move furniture and other material and organize inventory. When: Monday to Saturday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Where: 1) 505 Kane Street, Baltimore, MD 21224 2) 3741 Commerce Drive, Halethorpe, MD 21227 3) 8101 Ft. Smallwood Rd., Pasadena, MD 21226 About: The ReStores of Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake have been growing rapidly and we need more volunteers to help us maintain our expansion and influence in our community. Volunteers will help the ReStores organize inventory, clean and tidy up the sales floor, run the cash register, move furniture and other material, and greet and assist customers. Volunteers will also have the chance if they wish to take part in daily donation pickups with the donation pickup team. To do so, volunteers will have to be able to pick up and move at least 50 pounds. We like volunteers to help us out in 4 hour shifts. This way, volunteers are able to become familiar with how the ReStores work and are able to get significant and impactful tasks completed! Contact: Tyler Woodward, 410-633-0505, firstname.lastname@example.org
Hampden Family Center Seeking Afterschool Program Volunteers to provide support to afterschool program activities and initiatives and assist in creating a healthy and safe afterschool environment for all participants.
Responsibilities include: Provide homework assistance, assist staff with enrichment activities including: art, music, computers, indoor/outdoor games, etc., provide a positive mentoring relationship, create a safe and respectful environment for youth to grow and learn.
Qualifications: Must be at least 18 years of age, Experience and/or desire to work with young people,
Must be able to pass a background check (if necessary). When: 3:30-5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday. Afterschool Program volunteers may participate as many days per week as their schedule will allow. Where: 1104 W 36th St, Baltimore, MD 21211 Contact: Jacob Buck, Program Coordinator, Jbuck@hampdenfamilycenter.org
Higher Achievement: closing the opportunity gap for middle school youth Seeking committed academic mentors to work with a small group of 5th-8th grade students, referred to as “scholars,” with homework and supplemental work. Higher Achievement has ongoing support and training for its volunteers. Mentors bring their enthusiasm and commitment, and serve as positive role models to the scholars. In return for giving their time and effort, mentors receive the rewarding experience of making a lasting impact on a young person’s life. When: Mentors commit to one evening per week during the school year, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Where: TBA Contact: Email email@example.com, call 410-752-7753, or visit www.higherachievement.org
Hillcrest Elementary School Behavior Learning Support Program: teaching students the importance of leadership and citizenship while providing assistance with meeting the standards of a structured academic curriculum. Seeking volunteers to assist with mentoring students and teaching them positive behavioral skills When: Monday to Friday, 3:30 - 5:30 p.m. Where: Hillcrest Elementary School 1500 Frederick Road Catonsville, MD 21228 About: Through highly structured academic instruction and built-in opportunities for pro-social growth, the learners in the program are able to meet the requirements and standards of the core curriculum and general education population. In addition to the strong academic and proactive behavioral instruction, the Behavior and Learning Support program works to create events and opportunities for community involvement, teaching the children about perseverance, leadership, and citizenship. Contact: Tori Fonder at 410-887-0820
Mentoring Young Musicians: providing an opportunity for musicians to make a difference in the lives of Baltimore City youth through music When: Mentors would work with students for 45 minutes to an hour on a weekly basis. Availability is needed either on any weekday afternoon between 3:45 and 6 p.m. or Saturday morning between 10 a.m. and 12 p.m. Where: Mother Seton Academy, 2215 Greenmount Ave., Baltimore 21218
About: We need mentors interested in teaching piano, violin, flute, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, guitar, trombone, percussion or voice. This is an opportunity to share the values of good musicianship and the joys of being a musician. Mentors give basic instrumental instruction. Contact : Amy Demps at firstname.lastname@example.org
Maryland New Directions Seeking Computer Lab Tutors to guide job-seeking clients through basic computer activities such as checking a website, sending an email, or filling out online job applications. Many clients also need assistance revising resumes and printing and faxing documents. Most clients do not own computers and depend on MND in order to access the internet and learn programs like Microsoft Word. Computer Lab Tutors will assist clients in group workshops or one-on-one. Clients' knowledge and experience with computers vary widely. Computer lab tutors must commit to a minimum of one four hour shift per week (8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. or 12:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.) for a minimum of three months. Volunteers should enjoy working with people and possess intermediate computer skills. When: Hours are flexible, one shift per week. Contact: Daria Pugh at email@example.com
Mi Segunda Casa Programs Seeking volunteers to help the programs be as effective as they can be. Mi Segunda Casa alone serves over 200 students every day. In many occasions, it can be very difficult to manage all the students. Volunteers are needed to help monitor the students. They are also needed to tutor students, help the group leaders and site coordinators and help the kids during homework time. Volunteers are extremely important to help students get the most out of the program. Volunteers are specially needed for our Saturday school program. This program is almost entirely run by volunteers. We need them to do different educational activities with the kids, monitor them during lunch time and to help out the teacher. When: La Escuela Sabatina (Saturday School) is held every Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Mi Segunda Casa (My Second Home) runs Monday through Thursday from 2:25 p.m. to 6:45 p.m. The time may vary based on the school that you volunteer at. Where: La Escuela Sabatina: Jose Ruiz Community Center 606 S. Anne St. Baltimore, MD 21231, John Rurah Elementary/Middle School, Armistead Gardents Elementary/Middle School, Graceland Park Elementary/Middle School Contact: Johana Vicente, Volunteer Maryland Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-563-3160
Playworks: providing safe, healthy playtime at low-income schools to create a positive environment for teaching and learning Seeking interested volunteers to serve at recess. Volunteers must complete a 2.5 hour training to be eligible for this opportunity. All volunteers must pass the Baltimore City Schools and Playworks screening requirements, background check and National Sex Offender Check. When: Monday-Friday, Times vary based on volunteer opportunity Where: Volunteer opportunities are available throughout Baltimore. Contact: Sunanda Pou at email@example.com 410-662-1220
Reading Partners: an educational non-profit organization that matches volunteers with struggling young readers using an easy to follow, evidence-based curriculum. Seeking volunteers interested in:
- One-on-one tutoring Monday through Thursday, approx. 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
- Work with children in K-5th grade who need reading intervention.
- No previous tutoring or teaching experience is needed.
- The easy-to-follow curriculum equips you to be ready to work with a student.
- Support from the full time on site Reading Partners Coordinator is available to assist any time.
Before tutoring begins, you are able to participate in a Shadow Session to see if this opportunity is right for you. Every new tutor means one more child receives our help!
When: We will work with your schedule to make sure your experience is convenient and fulfilling. Where: Reading Partners’ Reading Centers are located in 14 Baltimore City elementary schools. Contact: (410) 585-7600 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Salvation Army Youth Program: works with inner city youth teaching music, dance, arts, and character development. Seeking volunteers to work with at-risk youth, so the majority of volunteering will be with mentoring and counseling to help prepare them for a better future. Volunteers who are interested must complete a short training session that is offered on site. Anyone interested in teaching or who loves kids, is most welcome to come and volunteer! When: Each Tuesday from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Where: The Salvation Army 3401 Roland Ave. Baltimore MD 21211 Contact: Rachel Pruitt at 410-336-6187 or email@example.com
Seed School of Maryland: a statewide, college-preparatory, public boarding school whose mission is to present students from across the state with an extraordinary opportunity to receive a tuition-free education that prepares them for success in college and beyond. Seeking adult mentors for students of Baltimore at the SEED school. We are currently looking for volunteers to help mentor and tutor students in grades 6 through 10. Volunteers are needed to help develop the emotional, social, and academic growth of students in a caring one to one relationship. Volunteers are asked to commit to a one year committment and be caring, consistent, and patient and volunteer at least one hour per week. When: At your convenience, once a week or once every other week Where: The SEED school of Maryland, 200 Font Hill Avenue, Baltimore, MD Contact: Monica Jones, Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 410-843-9477
SquashWise: providing long-term academic and social support to underserved students in Baltimore City, combining intensive tutoring with coaching in the sport of squash as the incentive for academic success Seeking Academic Volunteers: You will receive direction from our academic director, Matt Skarzynski, and work with a group of 1-2 students at a time on homework assignments, test prep, and supplemental educational projects from SquashWise. No prior tutoring experience is required. Seeking Squash Coaches: As a squash volunteer, you will receive direction from our squash director, Hope Blinkoff, and will be on a court with 1-4 students at a time working on basic racquet skills, fitness, and match play with more advanced students. A basic knowledge of the game is required. When: Mondays 1:30pm-3:30pm, Wednesdays 12:30pm-2:30pm and/or 3:30pm-6:00pm, Fridays 3:30pm-6:00pm Where: Meadow Mill Athletic Club, 3600 Clipper Mill Rd. Ste. 107, Baltimore, MD 21211
(Light Rail Accessible--Woodberry stop) Contact: Zach Bradley at 443-682-7126 or email@example.com
Tuttie's Place: a foster care service for boys 14 - 21 years old Seeking volunteers to help with group activities and tutoring for our after school program. Our Will of Wisdom Wellness Centers' after school programs starts September 22nd. We will be introducing kids to a variety of Arts and wellness groups. These groups will not only serve our kids, but the community at large. Where: 3013 Chelsea Terrace Baltimore, Maryland 21216 Contact: Devon Howard at 410.466.5373 or firstname.lastname@example.org
U.S. Dream Academy's Baltimore Learning Center: helping our nation's children reach for their dreams. Through academic, social, and values enrichment, we empower children most at risk of incarceration to believe in themselves and to succeed.
Seeking mentors to work one-on-one with our Dream Kids, and volunteers/interns to assist with facilitating projects and activities, leading small reading groups, homework help, and/or administrative work. When: Mentors are required to attend the program for ONE hour a week, and a school-year commitment. Volunteers assisting with our micro-academies, clubs, or homework are required to attend one hour a week, with a three month commitment. Our program runs Monday - Friday, from 2:45 - 6pm. Where: Pimlico Elementary/Middle School, 4849 Pimlico Road Baltimore, MD 21215. Contact: Alyssa Brumis at email@example.com or (410) 610-1428.
Webster Kendrick Boys & Girls Club: helping to shape the lives of thousands of young children and youth through development programs and services with an emphasis on educational and prevention programming. Seeking tutors and mentors for an afterschool program that runs for our youth; we are in need of volunteers to assist our members with their homework - we call this PowerHour! When: 2:45-6 p.m., Monday-Friday Where: Webster Kendrick Boys & Girls Club 4130 Callaway Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21215 Contact: Teri L. Joyner-Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-664-7598
4K for Cancer: enhancing lives by supporting, educating and connecting young adults, and their loved ones, affected by cancer Seeking cyclists. We just completed our tenth summer of running cross country (Baltimore to San Francisco) rides. Each ride typically has 30 college-aged cyclists. We added two additional cross country rides - Baltimore to Seattle and Baltimore to Portland with a total of between 90 and 120 riders. During the ride we visit cancer patients, cancer centers, hospices, churches, community centers, and colleges with the goal of uniting communities in the fight against cancer. Find out more on their websites - www.4kforcancer.org and cycleinspireunite.org. When: Dates vary based on trips Where: Cross-Country Contact: David Conover at email@example.com
Alternative Directions: serving people in prison and individuals returning home after incarceration Seeking volunteers on an ongoing basis. Most of the work is administrative in nature, but others are specifically oriented toward helping us plan and run the annual fundraising celebration that occurs in September. The tasks would include: scheduling appointments, assisting the Executive Director, assisting Board Members, assisting the event planning committee, contacting funders, assisting with the website, and following up with former clients. When: 8:30am-5pm Monday through Friday Where: 2505 N. Charles St. Baltimore, MD 21218 Contact: Michelle Kelly at 410-889-5072 or firstname.lastname@example.org
American Red Cross Blood Drives Seeking volunteers to provide excellent customer service as they greet donors and serve refreshments to blood donors at area blood drives. There is an application to complete and a training to attend. Volunteers over 18 years of age must pass a background check.
Baltimore Humane Society: providing a temporary home, a safe refuge, and care for unwanted and homeless animals Seeking volunteers to work one-on-one with animals in shelters and adoption event Volunteers who enjoy talking to people, have a strong desire to help homeless dogs and cats find a home, and can give at least one weekend day each month. The Baltimore Humane Society attends adoption events at all sorts of venues including pet stores, Wal-Mart, farmer's markets, fairs, and festivals. These are great opportunities for us to make the public aware of our work and to find potential homes for our homeless dogs and cats. Requirements: willing to give up your day; have a car; take two dog handling classes and one event training class. When: flexible Where: flexible Contact: Wendy Goldband at 410-833-8848 ext. 202 or email@example.com
Seeking videographers to film and produce short adoption videos for individual dogs and cats up for adoption. This is a volunteer position. No compensation. However your name will be credited on all the videos which are sent out to 1000's of people and posted on our YouTube channel, Facebook page, etc. When: Preferably available Monday thru Friday afternoons. Volunteers will need to provide their own transportation. Where: 1601 Nicodemus Rd., Reisterstown, MD 21136
Contact: Wendy Goldband at 410-833-8848 ext. 202 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Seeking volunteers to:
1) Provide yard care at group homes in Anne Arundel County.
2) Manage BAY-CSS's Canister Program. This is a great opportunity for a college student (18 or older) to gain leadership and managerial experience. The volunteer would be responsible for talking with business owners, coordinating pickups and deliveries, sending out reminders, etc.
3) Looking for individuals with strong communication and organization skills and with compassion and understanding to support BAY-CSS's Quality Assurance (QA) Committee. The QA Committee provides their agency with vital information on how they're succeeding in meeting their clients' needs. Individuals serving on this committee are asked to perform client interviews to help ensure that the clients are living happy and fulfilled lives, to help ensure that the clients' goals are being met, and to make BAY-CSS aware of any issues or concerns that need to be addressed. This volunteer opportunity would be perfect for college students -- particularly those in the communication field. There is a one-year commitment required for this volunteer position but scheduling is flexible.
Domestic Violence Center: reducing the harm and effects of domestic violence while working toward its elimination in Howard County Seeking a volunteer for responding to Howard County General Hospital to provide comfort, support, and advocacy for recent victims of sexual assault. Volunteer opportunities consist of childcare assistants, special event assistants, and program assistants. When: Weekdays, 9-5pm (times may vary depending on volunteer opportunity) Where: 5457 Twin Knolls Rd, Suite 310, Columbia, MD 21045. Contact: Susan Badra at 410-997-0304 or email@example.com
Eat Healthy Live Healthy Urban Garden: aiming to provide fresh produce and educational opportunities to the Cherry Hill community of south Baltimore Seeking volunteers to perform hands-on tasks such as weeding, planting, and landscaping. Volunteer work will be performed outside, in the garden, under the guidance of the program director and resident farmers. No prior knowledge required; just a willingness to learn and work! Come for all or part of the shift. This opportunity is ongoing, but one-time volunteers are welcome. Don’t see anything that’s right for you? Let us know what your skills and interests are, and we will figure out how to put you to work. All are welcome to volunteer at this site, regardless of age or ability. Children should be accompanied by an adult. Training and equipment will be provided for all volunteers. Please wear closed toe shoes, long pants, and sunscreen and a hat to protect from the sun. When: Saturdays, 9am – 1pm | Weekdays as scheduled Where: 900 Cherry Hill Road (at Veronica Avenue) Contact: Joanna Winkler at firstname.lastname@example.org
Seeking a student volunteer to assist the Special Events team at their office in Landover, MD. The volunteer would be responsible for helping to plan the annual National Walk for Epilepsy as well as several other large scale fundraising events. Volunteers should have strong computer skills, strong research skills, good writing and proofreading skills, and be detail oriented.
Futuro Latino Learning Center: providing educational opportunities to the Hispanic community of northern Baltimore County
Seeking volunteers to instruct and/or assist in a free English as a Second Language, computer literacy, conversation, and children’s cultural classes to Latino immigrants in Baltimore County. When: Saturdays from 11am-5pm Where: Goucher College, 1021 Dulaney Valley Road, Baltimore, MD 21204, 4th floor Athenaeum Contact: Emily Dowdell at 410-337-3013 or email@example.com
Hearing & Speech Agency:providing hearing and speech services, offers an information resource center and advocates for people of all ages with communication disorders/disabilities. Seeking an HR Volunteer or Intern proficient in Word 7 and Excel with accurate data entry and attention to detail. Update Employee Handbook, Policies & Procedures, I-9s, Welcome packets, Open Enrollment of Health Benefits (month of June), HR personnel file set-up/filing, credentialing tracking, and the occasional STD and Workers Comp cases. Work with teaching staff, clinical professionals (SLP, OT, PT, and Audiologists), Independent contractual ASL interpreters, and support staff. Must have a criminal background check for child care through MD CJIS and FBI plus a negative PPD (TB) Test documentation within last 12 months. When: Ongoing: Working with HR Manager in a 1-person nonprofit HR Dept.
9 a.m.--4:30 p.m. M-F (flexible with class hours and demands) Where: Seton Business Park 5900 Metro Drive, Baltimore, MD 21215 Contact: Dianne McCullen at 410-318-6780 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Lorien-Mays Chapel Health Center: nursing and rehabilitation facility Seeking a volunteer in the Activity/Recreation Department to work with the senior population performing activities with staff, clerical and general opportunities. When: 10-5pm, Monday through Sunday Where: 12230 Roundwood Road, Timonium, MD 21093 Contact: Katie Shade at 410-252-0880 ext. 1309 or email@example.com
Maryland Children’s Alliance, Inc.: the non-profit coalition of child advocacy centers Seeking volunteers for fundraising, identifying corporate sponsors, marketing, conference volunteers, legislative watch, needs assessments and research. In exchange, the director will spend time offering training on nonprofit management and grant-writing. When: Monday-Friday, flexible hours Where: Annapolis, MD or via phone/skype Contact: Elaine Phillips at 410-949-9953 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Northwest Neighbors Connecting (NNC) Seeking volunteers to drive a senior to the grocery store, doctor, etc. It can be as little as one ride per month, and be willing to make a friend! Some of our seniors do not have access to transportation, and this makes it almost impossible for them to meet their needs. Through "Drive a Friend" opportunity, you will pick up a senior from their home, drive them to their appointment or to the grocery store, and then drive them home! Where: Park Heights Neighborhood Contact: 410-662-6620 or email@example.com
Planned Parenthood of Maryland:providing comprehensive reproductive and complementary health care services in settings which preserve and protect the essential privacy and rights of each individual Seeking an Administrative Volunteer. Come support PPM for a night of socializing with fellow volunteers and PPM supporters while completing administrative projects including anything from compiling packets to assembling bags of take-aways for Health Center clients! Your participation in these Volunteer Nights will help the PPM staff working directly with clients in our Health Centers, the Educators teaching middle and high schoolers in Baltimore, and staff throughout the organization! There will also be a fun and educational component such as a film. Groups and individuals are welcome and encouraged to participate! When: The first Wednesday of each month at 5:30 pm. There are also non-regularly scheduled Administrative Volunteer needs that arise. Where: 330 N. Howard St., Baltimore, MD 21201 Contact: If you are interested in becoming a PPM Volunteer, please apply on our website at plannedparenthood.org/maryland, click on the Volunteer tab, and apply for the PPM Administrative Volunteer position. If you have any questions or concerns, contact the Volunteer Coordinator: Jordan Silverman at 410-576-2171 or Jordan.Silverman@ppmaryland.org
Ruth’s Closet - House of Ruth: helping thousands of battered women and their children find the safety and security that so many of us take for granted Seeking volunteers at Ruth’s Closet -a resale boutique selling upscale, gently used and new women’s clothing and accessories. Sales revenue from Ruth’s Closet will support House of Ruth Maryland’s programs and services for battered women and their children, as well as create work experience opportunities for survivors of intimate partner violence. When: Flexible daytime, afternoon, and Saturday hours. Where: Valley Village Shopping Center, 9131 Reisterstown Road, Owings Mills, MD 21117 Contact: Faith Savill at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-554-8449
Seasons Hospice & Palliative Care of Maryland: engendering hope in the lives of its patients and their family members Seeking volunteers to journey with individuals facing an end-of-life illness. Our volunteers provide friendly visits for companionship with clients in nursing homes, assisted living centers or the client's home. The role of the volunteer is what the volunteer is comfortable with. There is a volunteer training that must be completed, along with paperwork required for a volunteer file. A PPD test (TB) will be administered at the beginning of training. Training can be flexible to accommodate schedules. When: This is an on-going volunteer opportunity arranged around the schedule of the volunteer. Where: Seasons provides hospice services throughout most of the state of Maryland, so your volunteer service will be close to your own home, serving clients in your own community. Contact: Jean Jordan at 443.615.4186 or email@example.com
Team Fight Seeking men and women, old and young, of all athletic backgrounds - from those walking their first 5K to those participating in their tenth triathlon - who want to play an active role in the young adult cancer fight. Over the past four years Team Fight has raised over one million dollars to help change the lives of those affected by cancer. When: There are various Team Fight events throughout the year including; Rock 'N Roll DC, March 16; Iron Girl Triathlon, August 18; Half Full Triathlon, October 6; Baltimore Running Festival, October 12 and more! Where: Various locations in Howard County-Baltimore region Contact: 410-964-0202 x116; firstname.lastname@example.org; www.ulmancancerfund.org
Weinberg Senior Living: providing quality, affordable apartments for seniors and younger residents with disabilities Seeking Computer Tutors to assist English speaking or Russian speaking seniors with basic computer skills; Seeking Arts and Crafts Leaders to lead a small group of senior residents in meaningful Arts and Crafts projects that provide socialization opportunities and creative expression; Seeking Gardners to help in a community garden in Owings Mills
Seeking Graphic Artists to design senior friendly fliers that promote programs and services When: Times vary based on volunteer opportunity Where: Weinberg Senior Living has 13 communities throughout North West Baltimore City & County Contact: Cindy Zonies at 410-363-8655 or email@example.com
Anne Arundel County Department of Social Services Seeking volunteers to assist the Annapolis office, especially during the summer and winter months, when we run the Back to School and Holiday Sharing programs. The Back to School Program provides backpacks and school supplies through donors to elementary school students that are on the free and reduced lunch list. There may be an opportunity during the Back to School Program for volunteers to assist with packing backpacks and school supplies and deliver backpacks to schools (varies from year to year). The Holiday Sharing Program provides families and seniors in need with Thanksgiving and Christmas meals and/or gifts. Students will have the opportunity to enter family and senior wish lists’ into our data system, answer and make phone calls, hand out gift cards, and deliver gifts.
Seeking Tax Volunteers to meet individually with clients at one of 15 sites across the city & review
tax documents, Prepare tax returns using TaxWise® software, Connect clients to empowering savings opportunities like U.S. savings bonds, CDs and credit union accounts
Qualifications: Must successfully complete free tax preparation training & pass IRS certification test Must be willing to maintain client confidentiality Abilityto build rapport & discuss sensitive financial information with care Basic computer skills No prior tax experience is required, but an ability to prepare a basic tax return or basic numeracy skills are helpful
Time Requirement: A minimum of three 4-6 hour volunteer shifts during tax season
(January to April) Our greatest need is Saturdays in February when our tax sites are busiest
CASA Program to assist Maryland Dreamers: organizes and advocates with its thousands of individual members and provides direct services in the areas of employment placement, workforce development and training, financial literacy, adult ESOL and Spanish literacy instruction, citizenship and legal services, health education, and human services navigation at its 5 welcome centers, three training centers Seeking volunteers to assist in preparing youth from deportation as a result of President Obama's announcement regarding Deferred Action This is a program initiated by President Obama to assist eligible students and their parents for deferred action and work requirements. Informational workshops will be conducted in schools, churches, and other community centers to inform students of the necessary paperwork and requirements.. The volunteers will assist legal staffs who are preparing the applications for students across Maryland as well as assisting students in preparing their application packages. When: A training session will be held weekly, weekday sessions and on Saturdays. Where: CASA Multicultural Center, Langley Park, MD Contact: Elizabeth Alex at 410-732-7777 or www.casademaryland.org
Center of Help (Centro de Ayuda): promoting self-sufficiency and the successful integration of the immigrant Hispanic population into the greater community of Anne Arundel County.
Seeking volunteers for their Homework Club and assist students of the ESOL program (English for Speakers of Other Languages) with their homework in English, Math, Science and other subjects. The Homework Club takes place at Bates Middle School on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 3:00 p.m. to 4:00pm and at Center of Help offices on Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. You do not need to speak or understand Spanish (although that’s a big plus).
Esperanza Center: Our diverse programs include community services and referrals, English language instruction, preventative and primary health and dental services and immigration legal services. Seeking Immigration Legal Services volunteer Seeking Health Services volunteer: Physicians, nurse practitioners, and other health care professionals strongly proficient or fluent in Spanish; Dental Assistant or Hygienists strongly proficient or fluent in Spanish; medical students fluent in Spanish. Seeking Community Services volunteer: General volunteers to provide additional customer service assistance such as returning calls, interpreting, etc. – must be fluent in Spanish Seeking English as a Second Language volunteer: Teach conversational English to mostly English as a Second Language learners in a one-on-one or small group setting; Create teaching materials to supplement curriculum; Help with data entry and other administrative tasks as assign. Must attend one of 6 volunteer trainings before starting. When: Mondays 9 a.m. - 2:30 p.m., Tuesdays - Fridays from 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Time commitment varies based on program. We also have evening volunteer opportunities in our ESL program on Tuesdays and Thursday from 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. All volunteers must be at the Center by 5:45 p.m. Where: 430 S. Broadway, Baltimore, MD 21231 (Fells Point) Contact: Volunteer Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or 443-825-3433
Franciscan Center: providing emergency assistance and supportive outreach to persons who are economically disenfranchised in an effort to assist them in realizing their self-worth and dignity as people of God. Seeking committed volunteers to work in direct service in our lunch and food pantry programs and in support services for our administrative offices, reception desk and Technology Resource Center. When: Monday through Thursday- 10am to 1pm, and occasional weekend volunteers for special projects. Where: 101 W. 23 Street, Baltimore, MD 21218 Contact: Marian Lewis at 410-467-5340 ext. 104 or facebook.com/fcbmore.
Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake (HFHC): bringing people together to build decent, affordable homes that change lives, empower families, and strengthen communities Seeking volunteers for Building on Site, Youth Service Saturday (YSS), Youth Groups, Youth United, New Partnership/Club Formation When: Times vary based on the volunteer opportunity Where: Site locations vary based on the project Contact: : Shanita Modlin at 410-366-1250 ext. 111 or email@example.com
Homeless Resource Center: serving homeless individuals of Baltimore by providing life-sustaining services and offering jobs, housing, and recovery from addiction. Seeking: Everyday - Breakfast Servers (5-6 a.m.), Dinner Servers (5-7 p.m.), Intake Assistant (3-5 p.m.), Bedding Assistant (3-5 p.m.), Laundry Assistant (5-7 p.m.), Laundry Collector (6-8 a.m.),
Specific Days - Peace- Keeper (Flexible), Employment Search Instructor (Friday 9-11 a.m.), Cultural Diversity Instructor (Friday 11 a.m.-noon), Financial Literacy Instructor (Thursday 1-3 p.m.), Job Readiness Trainer (Thursday 9-11 a.m.), Computer Instructor (Wednesday 10 a.m.-noon), Resume Building Instructor (Tuesday 9-11 a.m.), GED Tutor (Monday-Thursday 3-5 p.m.), Translator (On-Call)… Other Opportunities Coming Soon at JHR’s Carrington House and Light House Programs Where: 620 Fallsway, Baltimore, MD 21202 Contact: Ashlee Philyaw at firstname.lastname@example.org ot 410-947-7900 ext. 201
HOPE for All: non-profit Christian ministry serving families in need in the north Anne Arundel County, Baltimore City areas and also the Appalachian region by collecting and distributing donated school supplies, household goods and furniture, and clothing.
Seeking volunteers on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 9:30am to 3pm to sort donated clothing, furniture, and yard sale items as well as to help with warehouse cleanup.
Contact: Hope for All at 410-766-0372 or email@example.com. The phones are only staffed on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays but you can leave a message and they will get back to you. Website: www.hopeforall.us.
Maryland Food Bank: coordinating the procurement and distribution of food donations from manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers and government agencies to organizations providing free food to the state's hungry. Seeking Kitchen Volunteers. We have a very crucial need for groups of 3-8 people to come work in the Community Kitchen to sort and pack prepared food. When: Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.-noon or noon-3 p.m.
Seeking a Warehouse Volunteer. We need groups of 12-25 people to sort and pack donated food items that will then go out to our agencies who serve those in need. When: Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.-noon or 1-4 p.m. Where: 2200 Halethorpe Farms Road, Baltimore, MD 21227 Contact: Jill Kusner at 410-737-8282 ext. 232 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Moveable Feast: bringing healthy food to Marylanders living with HIV/AIDS, breast cancer, and other life-threatening conditions. Seeking a kitchen assistant to help prepare and package meals. They will be working in an industrial kitchen, but no experience is necessary. Volunteers should make sure to wear closed-toe shoes and tops with sleeves. Volunteers can come in groups of up to fifteen at a time. When: Our kitchens are open every weekday from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at the latest and every weekend from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. On weekdays, volunteers are asked to start shifts at 9 a.m. or noon, but can stay as long as they want. General volunteer orientations are Mondays at 10 a.m., but other times can be arranged. Where: 901 N. Milton Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21205 Contact: Jon Law at 410-327-3420 ext. 35 or email@example.com
Seeking a Delivery Driver who will work with Moveable Feast to determine when and where they want to deliver. They will then be assigned a route with typically two to four stops to which they are to deliver meals that they pick up from our location in Baltimore that morning.
The actual delivery route normally takes no more than an hour of a volunteer's time. When: Deliveries are picked up from Moveable Feast Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.-noon or 1 p.m. at the latest. Where: 901 N. Milton Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21205 - This is where the orientation will be and where deliveries will be picked up, but the volunteer can determine where they want to deliver to, such as the Towson area in Baltimore County, etc. Contact: Jonathan Law at 410-327-3420 ext. 35 or firstname.lastname@example.org
My Sister’s Place Women’s Center: offering numerous resources for the women in the community as a day shelter and soup kitchen Seeking volunteers to work at the Meal Service Program. Our biggest need is for breakfast’ volunteers are also needed for dinner. You will be serving the meal to our clients, which can be between 60-100 people per meal. Volunteers are asked to set the dining area up, serve the food and clean up before leaving. When: Breakfast from 7-9 a.m., lunch 11 a.m.-1 p.m. or dinner 4-6 p.m.; seven days a week. Where: 17 W. Franklin St. Baltimore, MD. Contact: Jackie Reid at email@example.com or 410-659-3763 (email preferred)
Our Daily Bread: serving the needy in Baltimore for over 30 years Seeking volunteers in the soup kitchen, employment center, or GED tutoring sessions. When: flexible Where: 725 Fallsway, Baltimore, MD 21202 Contact: Kim Kahl, Volunteer Manager, at 443-986-9031 or firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Francis Neighborhood Center: striving to give people hope for a better tomorrow by providing them with the tools they need for a better today! Seeking volunteers for a youth development program called The Power Project in order to increase the academic performance and motivation of young people in the neighborhood. St. Francis also has several other volunteer opportunities available for students looking for hands on experience putting their skills and talents to use, making positive changes in our city. When: Monday - Thursday from 3 p.m. - 6 p.m. Where: 2405 Linden Ave Baltimore, MD 21217 Contact: Stephanie Neal at email@example.com or 410-669-2612
Success in Style (SIS): helps disadvantaged individuals in the community by providing them with business attire and interview coaching, so that their odds of becoming employed and self-sufficient are greater.
Seeking volunteers their fashion thrift boutiques, Charity's Closet/Phil's Closet/Cherie Amour, to sort, hang, and tag clothing, and sometimes assist customers with purchases. Everything in their store is $5 and they try to only carry name-brand items. They provide training, part of which is working in Charity's Closet/Phil's Closet.
Where: Savage Mill in Savage, MD
When: Tuesday - Thursday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m., Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. - 8 p.m., and Sunday 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. Fflexible scheduling so that volunteers can sign up for as many or as few hours as their schedule permits.
Bello Machre: Enriching the lives of people with developmental disabilities through loving care, guidance, and opportunity. Seeking groups or individuals that are able to spruce up some yards at homes by raking leaves.
Herring Run Nursery: specializing in trees, shrubs, and perennial plants that are native to Maryland and the Mid-Atlantic region Seeking a volunteer for some weekly plant maintenance. Activities may include weeding, repotting, fertilizing, moving and sorting plants, and other odds and ends that keep our stock healthy and happy for restoration projects across Baltimore. When: Every Wednesday from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Where: 6131 Hillen Rd, Baltimore, MD, 21234 Contact: Debra Lenik at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410.254.1577 ext. 100.
The Pearlstone Center: Farm, Education, Retreat Center embodies and inspires vibrant, healthy, and sustainable living through experiential education grounded in Judaism, agriculture, and ecology. Seeking volunteers to serve on the Kayam Farm. This program inspires ecological sustainability through cultivating organically grown vegetables, fruits, medicinal herbs, as well as vineyards and small grains. In addition, there are 100 chickens and goats that need to be taken care of. This is an excellent opportunity to take care of a local farm and keep it clean and sanitary. We also need help with marketing, outreach, green building, artwork, and more. Where: Reisterstown, MD When: Dates vary based on season. Monday - Wednesday: 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.; Thursday, Friday, and Sunday: 7:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. or at another time you arrange. Open Farm Days are for groups and all ages: One Sunday a month : 1:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Seeking citizen scientists to participate in the BiodiversiTREE research project -
Last year, volunteers helped us plant approximately 20,000 trees to create an experimental forest that will be followed and studied for the next 100 years in an effort to better understand biodiversity in temperate forests. Now, we need help tracking, maintaining, and monitoring our forest. Currently, volunteers are working to tag all of the trees so that we can find them and they won’t get cut down by mowers (since many of them are only ankle to knee high) and removing a lot of the weeds that have grown up around the trees. No prior knowledge is required. As a reminder, this project takes place outside (so it can be quite hot) and lots of bending and kneeling is required. Looking forward, we will be looking for individuals, families, and groups to “adopt” plots and be responsible for plot maintenance and data collection (things like soil samples and tree measurements).
When: Wednesday afternoons from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. We also hope to add some Saturday dates.
Watt Watchers Support Team: an energy education program provided by the Fuel Fund of Maryland. Seeking volunteers to conduct follow up phone calls to Watt Watchers graduates. The phone calls will help graduates implement what they learned and achieve their energy saving goals. Training and materials will be provided. English and Spanish speakers needed. Volunteers are also needed to call a select group of individuals to promote our online Watt Watchers class, and encourage them to sign up. Where: This opportunity can be done from home. Contact: 410-235-9080 or www.wattwatchersmaryland.org
West Towson Neighborhood Association: bringing together local homeowners Seeking a volunteer to help with maintaining the West Towson Neighborhood Association website. This could lead to additional responsibilities and would be a great opportunity for anyone interested in understanding the dynamics of a large neighborhood. Gained skill set goes beyond computer (if desired) to social, political, economical, architectural, ecological and organizational responsibilities of a community 800+ residents strong. When: Flexible Where: The West Towson Neighborhood located directly north of Towson University Contact: Josh Glikin at email@example.com or Mike Ertel at firstname.lastname@example.org
Art on Wheels Seeking volunteers to contact and collect unwanted or forgotten artwork from the kids at an elementary school in Baltimore County (or choose one closer to where you live). Then, you can either drop it off at the Meals on Wheels office or give it to Lindsey Owens to drop off in bulk. When: Academic School Year Contact: Lindsey Owens at email@example.com or 410-349-7653
Seeking individuals to sort and shelve books for future Book Sales.
When: Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays
Seeking volunteers to help with packing and book sales
When: 8:00 a.m.–12:00 noon on the second and fourth Saturdays each month
Where: B.I.G. Warehouse 2000 Capital Drive, Annapolis, MD
Contact: Joyce at 703-919-0069 or Steve Frantzich at 410-293-6865 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Footworks Percussive Dance Ensemble: operating and managing a full-time professional troupe that performs and teaches multi-cultural percussive dance with live acoustic music for theaters, arts festivals, schools, and community events.
Seeking website assistance for migrating the existing website to a new Content Management System. Volunteer help is also needed to help with fundraising and public relations.
Seeking a graphic design volunteer to assist in creating promotional pieces for new production.
preserving the distinctive character of Maryland's capital city through public advocacy and guidelines, purchase and renovation, original research and educational programs.
Seeking volunteers to greet visitors, monitor visitor activity, and provide Annapolis historical information and historic context for exhibits
When: Saturdays and Sundays in two shifts, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. and 2 p.m. - 6 p.m. Historic Annapolis is looking for a minimum commitment of two shifts per month (8 hours). The museum is climate controlled and business casual attire is required. Orientation and mentoring will be provided.
Karina Association: improving the quality of life and provide equal opportunities to children and young adults who are abandoned or with disabilities through professional services, advocacy, and by raising public awareness.
Seeking volunteers to help create and track event timelines and budgets. Duties will include:
- Creating, seeking approval, producing and sending (in a timely fashion) invitations/notices for all events, tracking responses.
- Creating event timeline and/or agendas.
- Coordinating all event logistics including food and drink, ancillary materials, creating seating assignments, etc...
- Working with leadership, Board Members and partners to create message to be delivered and briefing materials on attendees
- Greeting attendees, answering questions, actively participating in event as needed
- Creating flyers, brochures, and presentation materials. Knowledge of Microsoft Power Point. Movie Maker, and Publisher. When: At your convenience Contact: Biliana Borimetchkova at 443.928.0542 or email@example.com
Seeking dance therapy assistant volunteers to join our team to assist us in our expressive arts therapy sessions.
Qualifications: No freshmen students. Must be second, third or fourth year of your studies. Have a heart to work with disabled teens and young adults. Use your artistic talent to help us grow and be creative. We are looking for people who would like to pursue a career in Theater, Art, Dance, and Music because we plan to do performances as well. When: Hours are flexible Contact: Biliana Borimetchkova at 443.928.0542 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Seeking music therapy assistant volunteers who have a heart to work with disabled teens and young adults. Use your artistic talent to help us grow and be creative. We are looking for people who would like to pursue a career in Theater, Art, Dance, and Music because we plan to do performances as well. When: At your convenience Contact: Biliana Borimetchkova at 443.928.0542 or email@example.com
Seeking public relations representative volunteers with excellent presentation and public speaking skills to make effective presentations and written proposals to individuals, companies, foundations, and corporations. Must make personal contacts with local newspaper & TV journalists and reporters to promote Karina's events and mission. When:Hours are flexible Contact: Biliana Borimetchkova at 443.928.0542 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Theater Project: connects the artists & audiences of Baltimore with a global community of performers Seeking volunteer ushers for productions throughout the year. Volunteers help with selling tickets, selling concessions, and ticket-taking at the door. All volunteers receive free admission to the show. Other volunteer opportunities include distributing posters and postcards, light administrative work, and painting. When: Ushers should arrive 1 hour prior to the performance and stay for the show. Times and dates vary based on performances. Where: 45 West Preston Street, Baltimore, MD 21201 Contact: Chris Pfingsten at 410.539.3091 or email@example.com