Find volunteer (and/or donation) opportunities to serve fellow Marylanders listed below. Please adhere to all safety protocols for each organization. For local opportunities, visit “Volunteering in Maryland.”
1. Maryland Responds Medical Reserve Corps – Volunteer
Governor Larry Hogan announced that Maryland has activated the Maryland Responds Medical Reserve Corps, a force of dedicated and trained medical volunteers who are ready to assist in a public health emergency. We are urging Marylanders to sign up at mdresponds.health.maryland.gov.
For more information, visit mdresponds.health.maryland.gov
2. Maryland Food Bank – Volunteer and/or Donate
- The Maryland Food Bank is working to ensure there is an adequate supply of food available at pantries and community organizations across the state for the remainder of this public health crisis. To meet this need, the Maryland Food Bank desperately needs help packing “Back Up Boxes” containing 30 pounds of shelf-stable, nutritious foods.
- Can you help? If so, go here to sign-up as an individual. Or even better, go here to organize a group of volunteers.
- Read the full letter by Thomas Higdon, the Volunteer Program Manager of the Maryland Food Bank for more safety information: Maryland Food Bank Call for Volunteers.
For more information, visit mdfoodbank.org.
3. Meals on Wheels – Volunteer and/or Donate
This organization provides support and safety-net services to seniors—a population that needs extra support during this crisis. Volunteer by packing or delivering meals to Marylanders in need.
For more information, visit here.