St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore –Provides community services to people suffering from the effects of hunger, homelessness and poverty in Baltimore.
Marian House – Offers high quality rehabilitative services and housing to homeless women and their children.
Franciscan Center – Offers a continuum of care that includes food, clothing, emergency health services, counseling and technology training to help clients become as self-sufficient as possible
My Brother’s Keeper – Provides quality social services in the Irvington Community, empowering residents and giving them the tools to build their own strengths. Email the director with dates and times that work for you.
Seton Center – Assists low income families primarily in Northerm Frederick County to meet their needs by offering supportive human services
Catholic Charities – Provides more than 80 programs that do everything from help people with developmental disabilities to feed the hungry to assist the elderly. Programs are located in several different counties and Baltimore City.
Helping Hands – a program of Catholic Relief Services, which offers a hands-on way for Catholics in the U.S. to tackle hunger around the world.
Caroline Center – Educates unemployed and underemployed women in Baltimore for careers with potential for advancement.
VIVA House -The work of VIVA house includes a meal program and a food pantry. They serve meals to approximately 200-400 people who live in the surrounding Baltimore neighborhood. Contact Willa Bickham and Brendan Walsh, 410-233-0488.
Many parishes as well as schools are also often looking for volunteers.