Age 50+? Contribute your skills and wisdom to make a difference in the life of a child. Volunteer with Interages! For more than 25 years, the JCA Heyman Interages Center has been bringing the generations together in Montgomery County. The mission of Interages is to create a more age-integrated community by promoting improved communication, understanding, and quality of life for adults and youth.
As an Interages volunteer, you can:
For more information call 301-255-4234.
You can make a lasting difference in someone’s life and have a mutually rewarding experience by volunteering at JSSA.
JSSA welcomes the involvement of individuals and groups of all denominations who want to gain the experience and derive the satisfaction of helping others in need.
JSSA’s volunteer opportunities include:
Healthy Meal Delivery
Social Support for Older Adults and People with Disabilities
The Morris Cafritz Center for Community Service (MCCCS) organizes high-impact volunteer programs that address unmet needs in the Washington, DC area. For over 25 years, the MCCCS has partnered with dozens of the area’s non-profits serving at-risk and in-need residents to provide ways for our constituents to give back. Our mission is to engage our community in the service of others.
Volunteer opportunities are open to all. The MCCCS provides support to those in need regardless of age, race, gender, disability status, or religion.
Charles E. Smith Life Communities offers a variety of volunteer opportunities, both on weekdays and weekends. Below is a brief summary of current options.
The J’s Mitzvah Program provides support to those who are in need in our community. Please join fellow members, friends, and staff, as we volunteer on a number of social action projects, including making casseroles for the homeless each month, packing food boxes at an emergency food warehouse, visiting Jewish residents in retirement homes, collecting shoes for our shoebox recycling program, donating food for Thanksgiving baskets, and volunteering during our hypothermia prevention program.
From the moment A Wider Circle was founded, volunteers have been at the heart of our efforts. Every day a person volunteers here translates into more families having the opportunity to create stability and independence.
We welcome individual volunteers as well as group volunteers to help Stepping Stones in a variety of different ways. See the Stepping Stones website for details.
Volunteers play an essential role in SOME’s work, helping to feed the homeless and poor, tutoring children in the affordable housing programs for families, serving vulnerable elderly and more.
In addition to the opportunities described above, volunteers are needed in the following areas: Professional Services, Senior Services, Landscaping, Tutoring Adults, Material Donations and Administrative Assistance.
You can make a difference, and we can help you get started. We have lots of opportunities:
Get Dirty by landscaping/gardening, wash the agency van, or deep clean the shelter. Help in the kitchen or donate/provide food. Help us get organized by sorting and folding at the Interfaith Clothing Center in Rockville, or organizing and cleaning storage closets at other locations. Interact with our residents by creating crafts, playing games, or hosting a special event. Collect necessities like “Move-in” kits for those moving into improved housing situations or supplying personal care items.
You can make a lasting difference in someone’s life and have a mutually rewarding experience by volunteering at Sunrise Senior Living. Help Sunrise provide a weekly Shabbat service for their residents. For more information, contact Nathan Baker at 301-625-8655 x.2110.
Horizon on Wheels provides children in oncology & hematology hospital units a super fun respite during their hospital visit by bringing the joys of childhood into what can sometimes be a scary, lonely experience. The Horizon on Wheels volunteers engage these kiddos in games, activities, crafts, music, and laughter, building relationships and propelling happiness in a truly unique hospital outreach program, offered as a part of Horizon Day Camp’s year-round programming. Call or email for more information: 202-329-9387 or [email protected]
Nourish Now is a nonprofit food bank, specializing in food recovery from grocers, caterers, restaurants, bakeries, and other food donors for the benefit of children, families, and the elderly, as well as shelters, food pantries, and other organizations working to end hunger. Whether you’re assisting with a food recovery, unloading a truck full of catered food, gleaning through mountains of produce, packaging meals for distribution, or helping families with their donations, there is always something you can do to help at Nourish Now.