Government Employee: Kevin N. Logan (Baltimore City)
Kevin N. Logan is the Intake Investigator for the Howard County Office of Human Rights and Equity. Before joining the Office of Human Rights and Equity Kevin spent 14 years with Baltimore City Government working as a Special Agent for the Office of the Inspector General and an Accounting Systems Analyst with the Bureau of Accounting and Payroll Services. Kevin was selected for the Governor’s Service Award in the 2021 Government Employee category. As a Generosity Global Selfless Saturday volunteer Kevin has spent countless hours collecting clothes in addition to providing more than 10,000 sodas and waters for people experiencing homelessness in Baltimore City.
Kevin’s love for service was stimulated after participating in the federally mandated Point- in-Time (PIT) count for people experiencing homelessness. Eager to assist, Kevin became a Selfless Saturday volunteer for Generosity Global. Every 2nd and 3rd Saturday of each month Selfless Saturday volunteers gather to deliver warm home-cooked meals, clean clothing, essential hygiene products, and haircuts to Baltimore City’s homeless community. Additionally, Selfless Saturday volunteers share love, kindness, and compassion helping restore dignity and self-worth. Through serving, Selfless Saturday volunteers build a bridge of hope into the homeless community, understanding their most important needs and contributing to the transition from crisis to self-sufficiency.
Kevin received his first Certificate of Appreciation from Generosity Global in 2016, citing his tireless commitment and selflessness to better humanity. Kevin has also been the sole care-taker for his elderly, disabled mother for the past 11 years. Despite working full time and being a full-time care-taker Kevin continues to faithfully serve.
Watch a short video on Generosity Global Selfless Saturday here.