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Boys' Latin Approved Service Opportunities
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Organizations listed in alphabetical order
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OrganizationDescriptionContactAddressWebsiteSpecial InfoNotes
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American Cancer SocietyContact: 410.931.6850 Volunteer application required8219 Town Center Drive Baltimore, MD 21236www.cancer.org/docroot/COM/COM_0.asp
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American Friends Service CommitteeContact: 410.323.42004806 York Road Baltimore, MD 21212http://afsc.org/office/baltimore-mdAges: Individual and group opportunities for all ages
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American Heart AssociationContact: 410-685-7074217 E. Redwood Street, 23rd Floor Baltimore, MD 21201http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/Affiliate/Baltimore/Maryland/Home_UCM_MAA002_AffiliatePage.js p
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American Red CrossContact: 410.764.46024800 Mount Hope Drive Baltimore, MD 21215http://www.redcross.org/support/volunteer/opportunities
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Animal Rescue (BARCS)Visit website for application, and description of volunteer opportunities; Open all year; Saturday orientation plus additional training for cats (1 hour) and dogs (2 hours) before beginning service. Ages: 13 – 14 (accompanied by parent); 15 – 17 (independent work with animals) Contact: Volunteer Manager 410.396.4695301 Stockholm Street Baltimore, MD 21230http://baltimoreanimalshelter.org/volunteer/volunteer-opportunities
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Art with a HeartContact: 410.366.88863355 Keswick Road Suite 104 Baltimore, MD 21211http://www.artwithaheart.net/support.html
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Associated Catholic CharitiesGo to website click on volunteer for opportunities; Opportunities and volunteer coordinators vary for each locationContact: 410-547-5553 Contact: 410-625-8487 or volunteer@cc-md.org320 Cathedral Street Baltimore, MD 21201http://www.catholiccharities-md.org/volunteer/
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B360 BaltimoreUses dirt bike culture and natural inclination toward toward mechanics to get kids out of a cycle of poverty by engaging them in STEM curriculum and engineering fields443-631-5586 / Brittany YOung (Founder) / b360balt@gmail.comhttps://www.b360baltimore.org/
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Baltimore Hunger ProjectBaltimore Hunger Project, a 501(c)3 non-profit charity, feeds hungry children on weekends during the school year. Lynne B. Kahn founded Baltimore Hunger Project in 2014, after realizing that solving poverty is a complex issue, but feeding Baltimore area children is not.Lynne Kahn 410-989-12471829 Reisterstown Rd. Ste. 430 Baltimore, MD 21208https://www.baltimorehungerproject.org/
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Baltimore Independent School Learning CampAcademic summer day camp for elementary school-aged children attending Baltimore City Public SchoolsContact: Jane Bartlett 410.323.3800 ext. 3845407 Roland Ave. Baltimore, MD 21210
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Baltimore Radio Reading ServiceRead to provide access to daily newspapers and current magazines,Contact: Robert Lewis 410.779.49683501 Taylor Avenue Baltimore, MD 21236www.radioreadingnetwork.org/volunteers.html
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Baltimore Saints (Ice) Hockey“Baltimore Area Special Hockey, Inc. offers an ice hockey program for both children and adults with a traumatic brain injury or intellectual disability such as Autism and Down Syndrome.”Contact: 410.661.7531PO Box 42793 Towson, MD 21284www.baltimoresaintshockey.orgCan only volunteer if you can ice skate independently.
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Baltimore SquashwiseVolunteer as a tutor/squash coaches. Don’t have to be a squash player/coach to tutor.Contact: Zach Bradley 443.682.7126 or volunteer@baltimoresquashwise.org3600 Clipper Mill Rd Ste 107 Baltimore, MD 21211http://baltimoresquashwise.org/content/volunteer
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BUILD: Baltimoreans United in Leadership DevelopmentBUILD is dedicated to making our city a better place for all Baltimoreans to live and thrive. For more than 35 years, BUILD has worked to improve housing, increase job opportunities, and rebuild schools and neighborhoods, among other issues.410-528-03052349 Maryland Ave Baltimore, MD 21218http://www.buildiaf.org/leadership/build-staff/
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Camp Saint VincentCamp St. Vincent is a free, all-inclusive, eight-week summer camp located in Patterson Park and operates Monday through Friday. Volunteer Baltimore County.enrichment programming for children ages 5 – 12 from homeless families from Baltimore City andCounselors are scheduled for 40 hours per week for at least one two week session. CSV provides a fun, supervised environment with academic, therapeutic,2305 N. Charles St., Ste. 300 Baltimore, MD 21218http://www.vincentbaltimore.org/programs_camp_st_vincent_volunteer_baltimore.html  
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Carrie Murray Outdoor EducationOutdoor work, building, tending trails, working with animals, maintaining the greenhouse – not for the camp experience410-528-03051901 Ridgetop Road Gwynns Falls, MDwww.carriemurraynaturecenter.orgAges: Upper School only (16-17)
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Civic Works at The Clifton MansionHealthy Food and Green Communities, Safe and Affordable Homes, Job Creation and Skill DevelopmentContact: Community Development Director 410.366.8533 or info@civicworks.com2701 Saint Lo Drive Baltimore, Maryland 21213
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Cromwell Valley ParkContact: 410.887.30142002 Cromwell Bridge Rd. Parkville, MD 21234http://www.cromwellvalleypark.org/volunteer.html
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Cylburn Arboretum AssociationWork to remove invasive species and to maintain trails; volunteer application available on-line; must complete disclaimer form – opt out of pictures for publications if you are not interested Contact: 410.367.2217 or info@cylburnassociation.org4915 Greenspring Avenue Baltimore, MD 21209http://cylburn.org/support-us/volunteer/
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Donald Bentley Food PantryContact: Josh Julius (Director/Volunteer Coordinator) 410.889.4387 or Mrs. Ellen Bentley 410.664.92872405 Loch Raven Boulevard Baltimore, MD 21218
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Elev8 BaltimoreElev8 Baltimore provides out-of-school time opportunities, school-based health services, and resources, support and outreach for the families we serve.410-381-71711701 N. Gay St. Baltimore, MD 21213http://www.elev8baltimore.org/about/
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Esperanza CenterContact: 410-522-2668 or volunteeresp@cc-md.org430 South Broadway Baltimore, MD 21231http://www.catholiccharities-md.org/immigrants/volunteer-at-the-esperanza.html
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Foundations Literacy and Leadership Foundation Foundations Charter School, Inc. – After School Tutorial ProgramElev8 Baltimore partners with schools and the surrounding community to make sure that every student is ready to succeed in high school.Contact: Meg McLean 410.241.3616 - megmcleanreading@gmail.com7030 Bellona Avenue Baltimore, MD 21212www.readersandleaders.org
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Francis X Gallagher CenterAges 12 and up: Special Friends Program Sunday 10 – 12: social activities and worship service and Wednesday 6:30 – 8 pm: recreation activities Ages 16 and up: Individual service day program from 10 – 2: occupational therapy exercisesContact: Kathleen Roberts 410.252.4005, ext. 1452520 Pot Spring Road Timonium, MD 21093
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Franklin Square HospitalJunior Volunteer Program (completed 9th grade): 8 week program (June 22 – Aug 21); Only 50 applications available beginning the first week of February; accepted on a first come first served basis; must commit to 4 – 5 hours each dayContact: 443.777.7240900 Franklin Square Drive Baltimore, MD 21237www.franklinsquare.orgAges: high school students only
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Govans Ecumenical Development Corporation (G.E.D.C.O)Contact: Kristen Danielson 410.433.2442 Various opportunities1010 E. 33rd Street Baltimore, MD 21218www.gedco.org
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Greater Baltimore Medical CenterAttend the preview meeting (April 23 or May 28); Application includes an essay and letter of recommendation; Attend a 5 hour orientation upon acceptance (hours will count toward total); 40 hours of service required during the school year (4 hours each week) and 80 hours of service required in the summer; service opportunities vary.Contact: 443.849.20006701 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21204www.gbmc.org/community/volunteerAges: 15 by January 1 (of year completing service); competed 9th grade. Nearly New Sale volunteer opportunities during the year; no application process Ages: 15 by January 1 (of year completing service); competed 9th grade
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Good Samaritan Hospital Contact: 443.444.38705601 Loch Raven Blvd. Baltimore, MDwww.goodsam-md.org/body.cfm?id=22Online application, must commit to three months of service, need two references, background check
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Gunpowder Valley ConservancyThe mission of the Gunpowder Valley Conservancy is to educate and mobilze people and resources to preserve and restore the lands and waterways of the Gunpowder Watershed.http://gunpowdervalleyconservancy.org/contact-us/PO Box 9733, Towson, MD 21284http://gunpowdervalleyconservancy.org/Volunteers must first register at the link below before signing up to take part in organizational events. http://gunpowdervalleyconservancy.org/volunteer/
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Habitat for Humanity of the ChesapeakeContact: Bobby Kirby 410.366.1250 ext. 105; email: Rkirby@habitatchesapeake.org http://habitatchesapeake.org/3741 Commerce Drive, Suite 309 Baltimore, MD 21227
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Hau Kola Learning CampsSpend a week in South Dakota helping in an academic camp for Lakota children. This camp has an application process and interview requirements. The cost is under $800.00 all expenses included. Contact: Chrystie Adams 410.788.8354301 North Beechwood Ave. Catonsville, MD 21228http://www.haukolalearningcamps.org/Index.htmlPine Ridge and Lake Traverse Reservations, South Dakota
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Helping Up MissionContact: Frank Moses 410.675.7500, ext. 1551029 E Baltimore St, Baltimore, MD 21202www.helpingupmission.org
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Irvine Nature CenterContact: Heather Wighth 443.738.9240; email: wighth@explorenature.org www.explorenature.org – click on search, type “volunteer,” opportunities are listed11201 Garrison Forest Road Owings Mills, MD 21117
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Courtland GardensContact: Jamilah Bashir - 443.426.5126 or 410.521.36007920 Scotts Level Road Baltimore, MD 21208www.lifebridgehealth.org/CourtlandGardens/VolunteeringatCourtlandGardens.aspx
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Jewish Community ServicesContact: Rozi Rice 410.466.9200 One year commitment 5750 Park Heights Avenue Baltimore, MD 21215www.jcsbaltimore.org
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Jobs, Housing and RecoveryContact: Ashlee Philyaw (HRC Volunteer and Donation Coordinator) 410-532-2232; email Aphilyaw@jhrbaltimore.orgP.O. Box 24258 Baltimore, MD 21227http://jhrbaltimore.org/volunteer.htm
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Johns Hopkins HospitalContact: Keisha Baker (volunteer services) Jeny Timmel, Kia Hayes (project coordinators) 410.955.5924600 North Wolfe Street Baltimore, MD 21287www.hopkinsmedicine.org/volunteer_servicesSummer Junior Volunteer (June – August) opportunities vary, call for application, interview process only 30 students accepted, age 15 and up
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Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical CenterSummer program between June – AugustContact: Phyllis Cohen or Kathy Pethakas 410.550.06274940 Eastern Avenue Baltimore, Maryland 21224.www.hopkinsbayview.org/volunteer
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Kennedy Krieger InstituteContact: 443.923.2640707 North Broadway Baltimore, MD 21205http://www.kennedykrieger.org/overview/volunteer
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Keswick Multi Care CenterContact: Willene Smith (Director of Public Relations and Volunteer Services) 410.662.4380 Application and interview, various opportunities700 West 40th Street Baltimore, MD 21211www.keswick-multicare.org
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KIPP BaltimoreContact: 410.545.3669 info@kippbaltimore.org4701 Greenspring Ave Baltimore, MD 21209http://www.kippbaltimore.org/pub/KIPP_Baltimore_Board
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League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) National Office1133 19th Street, NW, Suite 1000 Washington, DC 20036http://lulac.org/about/
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Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital @ Lifebridge Health CenterSummer opportunities, application and one recommendation, limited to 10 students, 75 hour requirement, Russian speakers and musicians wantedContact: Janine Boulad 410.601.24002434 West Belvedere Avenue Baltimore, MD 21215www.lifebridgehealth.org/Ages: 14 and up
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Living Classrooms - HeadquartersContact: Jessica Drake – volunteer coordinator 410-685-0295, ext. 314802 S. Caroline Street Baltimore, MD 21231www.livingclassrooms.org
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Maryland Food BankContact: 410-242-10612200 Halethorpe Farms Rd Halethorpe, MD 21227http://www.mdfoodbank.org
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Maryland State Library for the Blind and Physically HandicappedContact: 410-230-2424 or 1-800-964-9209415 Park Avenue Baltimore, MD 21201http://www.lbph.lib.md.us/index.html
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Maryland Society for SightContact: 410.243.20201313 West Old Cold Spring Lane Baltimore, MD 21209www.mdsocietyforsight.org/contact.htm
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Maryland Zoo in BaltimoreApply on-line for Junior Zoo Crew (available in March) and Youth Special Events VolunteeringContact: 410.396.71021876 Mansion House Drive Baltimore, MD 21217www.marylandzoo.org/involved/volunteer.aspx
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McKim CenterSummer Day Camp for children ages 5 – 131120 East Baltimore Street Baltimore, MD 21202www.mckimcenter.org/index.htmAges: high school students only
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Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital Contact: Angie Wenman 410.578.5067 1708 W Rogers Ave, Baltimore, MD 21209www.mwph.org/volunteer
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Muscular Dystrophy AssociationContact: Rachel Lewkowicz 410.494.71068501 LaSalle Road #106 Towson, MD 21286www.mda.org
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Oregon Ridge Nature CenterContact: Winny Tann 410.887.1815; email info@oregonridge.org www.oregonridge.org/13555 Beaver Dam Road Cockeysville, MD 21030https://www.oregonridgenaturecenter.org/volntr.html
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Our Daily Bread Contact: 443.986.9000725 Fallsway Baltimore, MD www.catholiccharities-md.org/our-daily-bread/odb-food-service/our-daily-bread-hot-meal.html
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Paul’s Place, Inc.During school year: Monday through Friday (10:30 – 1 pm), Pre-registration required for hot lunch and clothing program; Summer: available for upper school students only, commit to one week at a time, 20 – 40 hours each week (9 am – 2 pm); Elementary Summer Camp (at different locations) begins the last week in June, orientation and application requiredContact: Jayna Powell (Volunteer Coordinator) 410.625.0775, ext. 1211118 Ward Street Baltimore, MD 21230www.paulsplaceoutreach.org/Get_Involved/volunteer.htmlAges: available for middle and upper school students;
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Peace Study CenterJoin the Peace Center for a five day camp at Woodberry Crossing farm with 30 children, ages 5 to 10 years old. The dates are July 19 to July 23 from 9:30 to 3:30 pm. Extra hours may be earned by helping with the planning of this camp from July 12 to 16th at the Peace Center. The program is sponsored by the Kaleidoscope at Roland Park Country School. Your jobs would include nature walks, swimming, nutrition, cooperative games, feeding animals, stream walks, storytelling and crafts (under the guidance of professionals!).Contact: Cindy Woodruff or Hannah Pickworth 410.435.9188 ext. 112; email Cindy cynthiawoodruff@comcast.net; Hannah peacestudycenter@comcast.net5828 York Road Baltimore, MD 21212Flexible hours; Research, organization of resources, web site work, word processing, displays
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Peoples HomesteadingContact: Michael Maze Pink (volunteer coordinator) 410.889.0071 Construct, and renovate homes for low-income families410 East North Avenue Baltimore, Maryland 21202www.phghouse.orgAge: 16 and up
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Pets on Wheels of Central MDApply on-line share your friendly pet with others. Ages: must be accompanied by an adult if under 18Contact: 410.913.5569; email Vicki@petsonwhells.orgP.O. Box 44176 Baltimore, MD 21236 www.petsonwheels.org
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Pickersgill Retirement CommunityContact: Lenore D’Adamo 410.842.0420615 Chestnut Avenue Towson, MD 21204www.pickersgillretirement.org
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Public Justice CenterContact: Camilla Roberson 410.625.9409, ext. 226One North Charles Street Suite 200 Baltimore, MD 21202www.publicjustice.org
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Ronald McDonald House Charities of Baltimore, Inc.Contact: Amber Rose (volunteer coordinator) 410.528.1010, ext. 106635 West Lexington Street Baltimore, MD 21201www.rmhcbaltimore.org/
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Rustic Pathways, Inc.Rustic Pathways offers travel programs for high school students, families, groups and college students. Summer programs are available for students from 12 years of age.The company runs programs year round to Australia, Burma, Cambodia, China, Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, the Fiji Islands, Ghana, India, Laos, Mongolia, Morocco, New Zealand, Panama, Peru, Tanzania, Thailand, Vietnam, and the United States.Contact: (800) 321-4353 Scott Matthews (International Manager) 440-856-6895 or Jasmine Reynoso 440.602.2699; email Scott scott@rusticpathways.com or Jasmine jasmine@rusticpathways.com15345 Chardon Windsor Road - Headquarters Huntsburg, OH 44046www.rusticpathways.org
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The Samaritan WomenContact Jeanne L. Allert (Board Executive) jallert@thesamaritanwomen.org www.thesamaritanwomen.org602 S. Chapel Gate Lane Baltimore, Maryland 21229
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Sarah's HouseContact: Bruce Cloepin (volunteer coordinator) 410.551.7722, ext. 1213; email bclopein@cc-md.org www.catholiccharities-md.org2015 20th Street Ft. Meade, MD 20755
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Shootout for Soldiers24-Hour lacrosse games around the country focused on supporting American veterans and fostering community engagement.
Brent Greenberg - brent.greenberg@shootoutforsoldiers.com
https://shootoutforsoldiers.com/Founded by BL students. Requires volunteer application.
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Strong City BaltimoreBuilding and Strengthening Neighborhoods and People410-261-35003503 N. Charles St. Baltimore, MD 21218https://www.strongcitybaltimore.org/
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St. Agnes HospitalContact: 410.368.2817900 Caton Avenue Baltimore, MD 21229www.stagnes.org/Volunteering.htmlContact for an application with a letter of recommendation, interview, background check, and three hour orientation required
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St. Vincent de PaulMiddle School: donating and packaging toiletries and lunches for homeless citizens Volunteer on site to serve meals at Beans and Bread, Sarah’s Hope, or St. Ambrose Ages: 13 and up (students 16 and under must be accompanied by a parent): Summer: Camp St. Vincent for homeless and low income children ages 5 – 11, 8 week program; apply on-line to volunteer for two weeks at a time (no more than 4 weeks)Contact: Sue Elias (volunteer coordinator) 410.662.05002305 North Charles Street, Suite 300 Baltimore, MD 21218www.vincentbaltimore.orgAges: high school only
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St. Vincent VillaContact: Carol Shear (volunteer coordinator) 410.252.40002600 Pot Spring Road Timonium, MD 21093www.cc-md.org/children/st-v_volunteering.html
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Special OlympicsContact: 410-252-15153701 Commerce Drive, Suite 103 Baltimore, Maryland 21227
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University of Maryland Saint Joseph Medical CenterApplication required, 40 hour commitment, year round opportunity as well as summer student session, applications and interviews for summer session due May 7, orientation after acceptance into programContact: Cheryl Slaski 410.337.14907601 Osler Drive Towson, MD 21204www.stjosephtowson.comAges: must be 15 years old
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