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Local Opportunities

Anne Arundel Connecting Together (ACT)
Become a voice for healthy living conditions, education, mental health, or gun violence.

Arundel House of Hope (AHOH)
Provide transportation, meals, and shelter hospitality when we host Winter Relief guests at Woods. AHOH provides emergency, transitional, and permanent affordable housing for the poor and homeless in Anne Arundel County.

Backpack Buddies
Support a child at Annapolis Middle School who may go hungry on weekends when not in school. Provide funds and volunteer to fill backpacks with nutritious food on Fridays and/or have lunch with your sponsored child.

Back to School Supplies
Help a child be prepared and ready to learn on the first day of school. Sponsor a child in August and provide school supplies and a backpack for needy students at in the area. Opportunities exist to volunteer at schools throughout the year. 

Earth Care
Be a part of our ongoing efforts to be good stewards of Gods earth. 

Gifts for Our Neighbors—Pinewood Village
Bring Christmas joy to an elderly or disabled low-income resident of Pinewood Village in Glen Burnie. Sign up during Advent to provide a gift basket filled with needed items such as shampoo, towels, and soap. Contact Elizabeth Baril.

Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake
Help build decent, affordable homes for families in need. Volunteer dates for Woods will be scheduled and announced throughout the year. Youth must be 16-17 with adult or 18 and older.

Harundale Presbyterian Free Lunch Program
Serve a hot lunch throughout the year to our neighbors who are hungry, homeless, disabled, or elderly with low incomes. Volunteer for 1-2 hours the first Thursday, third Monday, or fourth Saturday of each month at our neighbor church in Glen Burnie. 

Lighthouse Shelter
Volunteer to help support this homelessness prevention support center and shelter in Annapolis as it provides food, housing, and services to empower individuals and families to move toward self-sufficiency. There are many ongoing service opportunities. Contact or call 443.569.4211.

SOUPER Bowl of Caring
onate food and funds to tackle hunger in our local community. Youth will collect these items on Super Bowl Sunday and tackle hunger issues in our community and around the world.

Serving People Across Neighborhoods (SPAN)
Bring in non-perishable food and toiletries to the food barrel located in Fellowship Hall. Serve as a client assistance interviewer or help stock pantry shelves. Also, during Advent provide a Christmas gift(s) and/or a Christmas dinner basket for children and their families. This Severna Park agency provides food and emergency funds for local families in crisis.

Youth Summer Missions
Experience life-changing summer mission opportunities. For high school and middle school ages, contact Elizabeth Baril, and elementary school ages contact Holly Albrecht.  


Urban Opportunities

The Baltimore Station
Volunteer to serve meals, arrange group activities and trips, perform service projects. This is a therapeutic residential and outpatient treatment program supporting veterans who are overcoming obstacles to regain self-sufficiency.

Benevolent Baskets (BB)
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.

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 or call 410.589.6670.

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, or call 443.670.6995.

Last Published: May 12, 2020 1:30 PM