Baltimore County Volunteers has launched a partnership with Volunteer Solutions and the United Way to make finding volunteer opportunities even easier.
- Search Volunteer Opportunities
Prospective volunteers are now able to search volunteer opportunities on line. Use a search engine to find volunteer opportunties that match your skills and interests.
- Register Now
Non-profit and government agencies can register their agency and list their own opportunities for prospective volunteers.
- Update Your Information
Update or change your information if you are currently registered for Volunteer Solutions.
You can contact Baltimore County Volunteers at or by calling 410-887-2715. If you are age 55 or older, register through our RSVP program or call 410-887-3101 for more information.
Baltimore County Volunteers will hold its 11th Annual Pitch-In for Progress volunteer weekend October 19, 20 and 21, 2007. Last year's event attracted thousands of participants and resulted in over 200 completed projects. This is a great opportunity for individuals, groups and associations to create their own community project. To learn more call 410-887-2715 or click here to register on-line.
The Baltimore County Department of Aging, in coordination with the Maryland Department of Aging, is sponsoring a series of workshops for people with chronic conditions, modeled after the Chronic Disease Self-Management Workshop from Stanford University. Free training is being offered to persons who want to be leaders and facilitate a six-week workshop for participants who suffer from chronic conditions. A leader must have a chronic disease or live with someone who has a chronic condition. For more information, please call 410-887-2594.
This new initiative from the Baltimore County Executive will place one volunteer in every kindergarten classroom. From reading Dr. Seuss to serving juice, kindergarten classroom volunteers help our young learners navigate through the world of discovery.
Citizen Corps was created to help coordinate volunteer activities that will make our communities safer, stronger, and better prepared to respond to emergency situations. It provides opportunities for people to participate in a range of measures to make their families, their homes, and their communities safer from the threats of crime, terrorism, and disasters. Educating citizens and networking local communities are key elements to minimizing the threat to individual health, property and overall safety during an emergency situation. For additional information contact .
Learn to sustain yourself and your neighbors during times of crisis. The CER-T Program instructs community and business leaders in basic emergency safety skills and planning. For more information visit the CER-T website or register on line for training.
Caring About Preparing initiative is the promotion of an easy to follow 7 week guide designed to assist citiizens in building a basic emergency supply kit to see families through the first 72 hours after a disaster.
Be on the look out for our new volunteer opportunities book! Call or write to find out how to secure your copy. They are available at your local library or senior center.
- Home Team - Help for homebound seniors
- RSVP - Retired and Seniors Volunteer Program
- Nursing Home Ombudsman - Advocate for nursing home residents
- Social Services - "You can make a difference"
- Baltimore County Public Schools - Volunteer opportunities
- Baltimore County Public Library - Volunteer opportunities
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Revised July 10, 2007