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Walk to End Alzheimer's

The Walk to End Alzheimer's is in need of volunteers in the following areas: Sunday, October 21 - Two Shifts (8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.) & (12:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.) Greeters Pre-registration Set-up Walk Route Parking Breakdown Entertainment We need you to help make our Walk a success! Every year over 1,000 participants walk to raise awareness of the Alzheimer's disease and other dementias. Our mission is to be a resource to individuals and families affected by Alzheimer's and fund research to find a cure. I hope you are able to join us. For more information contact Dawn Lewis: dlewis@alz.org or 410-561-9099 Ext. 231 PLEASE CONTACT DAWN DIRECTLY, do not use the links below.

Annapolis, MD

10/21/18 8:00 AM

Mobile Drop in Program/ Afterschool Program

Building Lives Around Strong Truth (B.L.A.S.T) is a mobile afterschool drop-in program for homeless and at risk young adults ages 12 to 24 from 2pm until 5:00pm at Brooklyn Park Community Library. We provide basic needs such as food, water, and clothing, for underserviced youth and young adults. As well as exceeding basic needs by making positive life changes and building leadership potential through self-care, important life lessons, problem solving, assisting with schoolwork, and job readiness. On Wednesday B.L.A.S.T is a less structured day for youth. Video game systems, board games, ping pong and open topic discussions allow volunteers to build positive and meaningful relationships with the population we serve. Wednesdays we have an Activity Van come to B.L.A.S.T so we can bring youth outside. Wednesday allows volunteers and mentors to get to know our young adults as individuals, to find their strengths and take note of what a young adult needs. Thursday’s at B.L.A.S.T are structured. Through mentorship, educational programs, homework help, and closed topic discussions; Thursday is about giving young adults tools to be able to go out into the outside world and be able to make positive and healthy decisions. Educational programs allow us to pour into these young adults lives, as well as inspire and equip them with life changing information. PLEASE CONTACT Derric Wright directly at derric@i5serve.com to volunteer. DO NOT USE THE BUTTONS BELOW. EMAIL DERRIC DIRECTLY.

Brooklyn Park, MD

10/17/18 2:30 AM +more

Sensory Friendly Trunk or Treat for Individuals with Special Needs

RISE for Autism is hosting our Third Annual Sensory Friendly Trunk or Treat for Individuals with Special Needs and their families on October 27, 2018. We need volunteers to host a trunk, give out treats, set up and manage games and activities, and more. Please sign up for your specific activity choice at this link: http://signup.com/go/QGSCHUP

Millersville, MD

10/27/18 11:00 AM

Theatre volunteers for Children's Theatre of Annapolis

Children's Theatre of Annapolis is searching for volunteers for its upcoming 2018-2019 season, during which the organization is producing "Peter Pan," "The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe" and "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Jr." Areas that need volunteers include: - Set-building crews, including woodworkers and painters - Costumes, including seamstresses - Technical assistance, including lighting and sound/audio - Concession sales during productions This is a great way for teens to earn their service learning hours and to give back to the Community! Volunteers 18 and older must have a background check through the Anne Arundel County, Department of Recreation and Parks. For more information and to volunteer, email volunteers4cta@gmail.com. Learn more about CTA at www.childrenstheatreofannapolis.org.

Annapolis, MD

Through 5/31/19

Become an Archaeology Volunteer with the Smithsonian Environmental Research Cent

Join the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC) Archaeology Lab as we excavate two sites on SERC property this summer! Work with scientists and students to excavate sites, preserve artifacts, and collect environmental data to understand the ways that people have changed the land (or not) over the past 200 years. We request that volunteers serve at least one day. No experience is necessary and training will be provided. and small groups. Volunteers may be working outside and some bending and kneeling is required. Potential activities include excavating plots, sieving sediments, and helping to preserve artifacts. For people who wish to become more deeply involved with the program, we offer a research citizen science track, where volunteers will pursue semi-independent research and may even publish their findings in professional journals. This opportunity is only available to people 16+. All volunteer activities occur on Wednesdays on the campus of the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center in Edgewater, MD.

Edgewater, MD

10/17/18 9:00 AM +more

Mobile Drop in Program

We started an Afterschool Program/ Drop-in center free for the public young adults from ages 12-24. We partner with the County to in the future open a TDIC. Come check it out and see if this is something you want to do. Safe place

Brooklyn Park, MD

Through 11/30/18

Volunteer Work Day on Lightship Chesapeake

All maintenance and preservation volunteers must me members of the Chapter. This maintenance work is on board the ship in Baltimores Inner Harbor at Pier 3 by the Aquarium. Volunteers must drive to the Inner harbor, park and walk to the ship. One week advanced notification is needed. Dress for dirty work.

Baltimore, MD

10/27/18 9:00 AM +more

ESL Instructor

St Mary’s ESL Program needs volunteers to teach English one night a week to adult ESL students for the Sept–May school year. The 8 levels of classes are held Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 7-8:45pm. Fall 2018 classes will run from 11 September - 6 December 2018 at St. Mary’s High School in downtown Annapolis. Each teacher is asked to commit to one class/one night a week and will be part of a teaching team. Spanish-language ability is preferred for beginner classes only. Those with ESL or any teaching experience as well as those with a keen interest in working with students to help them learn English are encouraged to apply. For registration and/or further information about the program, contact Program Director Nicole Marshall at 443-868-4291 or eslmarshall00@gmail.com. Web site– https://www.stmarysannapolis.org/page/ministries/community-support-groups/english-as-a-2nd-language-information.

Annapolis, MD

Through 5/31/19

Collect Sports Equipment

This is an opportunity to help collect sports equipment within your community. Volunteers can collect at their schools, offices, rec centers, etc. and/or amongst neighbors, teammates, family, and friends. We need local volunteers and their communities to help us ensure that all of the unused equipment around the DMV ends up in our warehouse so that we can turn around and donate it to programs in need! We can provide marketing materials and collection bins for all interested volunteers. Most volunteers drop donations off at our warehouse and stay to inventory/sort those donations, but a pickup can be scheduled if needed.

Baltimore, MD

Through 5/23/19

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