Call Atrium Village senior living facility residents. Volunteers can choose the number of residents to call — the expectation is that volunteers call each individual at least twice a week. Sign up here
Make or decorate thank you cards for essential employees at your local grocery store, restaurant, retail store, post office, etc. Drop them off the next time you go shopping or give them to a friend to drop off.
Make thank you signs for your mailman, delivery drivers, trash and recycling collectors to hang on your front door.
Make a thank you card or picture and mail or take a picture and email to your BT teachers, clergy, faculty and staff members to let them know how much you appreciate staying connected!
Volunteer safely out of the house:
Participate in BUNCHES OF LUNCHES by preparing lunches for families living in poverty in Baltimore. Lunches should include a sandwich, fruit, snack, and drink. Drop-off lunches between 12pm and 1:30pm on Monday, May 4 at Beth El: 8101 Park Heights Avenue. Please pull up to the curb in the back parking lot and stay in your car. A staff member will come to your car to collect your lunch donations.
Drop off fruit — specifically clementines and bananas — and other kosher snacks to the Pikesville Volunteer Fire Department. In order to drop off, please ring the doorbell on the door next to the three garage doors. Drop-offs can be made any time.
Drop off non-perishable food to benefit children receiving assistance through the Baltimore Child Abuse Center. All food donations can be dropped off in the lobby of the Krieger Eye Institute at Quarry Lake: 2700 Quarry Lake Drive, Baltimore, MD 21209 between 10am and 5pm, Monday-Friday. View more details here
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