SERVE in Baltimore City

Baltimore Community Toolbank - Volunteer to repair tools, maintain rain gardens, and build floating wetlands for BCT which lends tools to non-profits, faith-based organizations, community groups, and government agencies. Contact Steve Anstett, 443.838.1459.

Baltimore Outreach Services - Prepare and provide a group meal on weekends. BOS provides housing, education, and jobs to homeless and impoverished women and their children. For more information about volunteering contact Carla Richardson, Shelter Director at 410.752.1285.

The Baltimore Station - Help prepare and eat breakfast with residents on Sunday morning at this residential recovery program which serves up to 92 men, primarily veterans, who are homeless. Contact The Station's volunteer coordinator Greg Hartman, 410.752.4454 ext. 101.

Benevolent Baskets - Serve as a mentor, design and teach a craft, and assist in assembling baskets. BB transitions women in Baltimore from homelessness to independent living by operating a gift basket business. Contact Karen Lerario, 410.562.1440

The Center - Participate in an urban immersion experience in Baltimore. The center brings together visiting youth and adult church groups from across the US and local congregations for education, service, partnership, and advocacy work on compassion and justice issues through an urban immersion experience in Baltimore. Contact Kate Foster Connors, 410.433.2012.

Drink at the Well - Serve as a mentor or teacher with this multi-denominational Christian organization located in Curtis Bay that provides for women in need by connecting them to resources, mentorship, counseling, and training sessions. Contact Pam Fusting, 410.729.5429.

Ronald McDonald House – Provide hospitality to families who are in Baltimore from out of town while their children undergo medical treatment at University of Maryland Hospital by preparing and serving an evening meal on the 3rd Friday of the month.Contact Dave Hilder, 410.674.7041.

The Samaritan Women - A national Christian organization providing restorative care to survivors, and bringing about the end to domestic human trafficking through awareness, prevention, and advocacy. Contact Bill and Beth Hadley, 410.360.6172.

Shepherd’s Clinic – Health professionals can volunteer their time and talent to this clinic in Baltimore City which provides health care to those who are uninsured. Contact the Volunteer Coordinator, 410.467.7146.