Donation drives are a great way to provide much needed support to our program. Donated supplies provide the most basic necessities to the families and program.
Gift cards allow us the most flexibility in filling the most immediate needs of Anna's House families. The most requested stores are:
*Target *Wal-Mart *Shop Rite *Aldi *Wawa
Meals and Treats
Supportive projects and opportunities that further our program's success.
Family Services - Youth Behavioral Health & Adult Disabilities - Gallagher & Villa programs
Administrative & Operations Support
Behavioral Health - Working with Youth
Working with Adults with Intellectual Disabilities
My Brother's Keeper
My Sister’s Place Women’s Center
Donations provide us with the supplies we need to provide life-saving services, below are our current donation needs, in order of priority:
- Canned goods, non-perishable food, pre-made meals/casseroles, drinks & desserts
- New athletic shoes of all sizes (size 7-11 needed most)
- New Underwear & bra's of all sizes
- Blankets & Sleeping Bags
Any items not listed will not be accepted during donation drop off due to limited storage space. Please contact the volunteer manager for more information on what we can/cannot accept (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Meal Service Volunteering
We proudly serve the women and children of Baltimore 3 meals per day, 365 days of the year, and offer on-site meal service volunteering, where you will serve clients a hearty meal at their table, and assist in clean up and other kitchen tasks.
If you are interested in coming on-site to help prepare food and serve our clients, please take a look at the Opportunities Calendar and sign up for on-site meal service volunteering slots.
Remote (At Home) Volunteering - No Computer Work!
Remote opportunities are ways you can support from your home, and best of all, there's no computer or internet required. All activities are ones you can do yourself, with your friends, or with your organization.
Our Daily Bread Employment Center
Aberdeen Court (Harford County)
Aberdeen Court, a Catholic Charities Senior Community, offers 75 one-bedroom, rent-assisted apartments for seniors. The community is accessible from I-95 and Route 40 in eastern Harford County. Located on Barnett Lane at the intersection of Beards Hill Road, directly behind the Beards Hill Shopping Center, the site provides convenient access for shopping, banking, medical care, and places of worship.
DePaul and St. Joachim House (Violetville)
Would you like to help support and engage older adults in the community?
DePaul and St. Joachim House, Catholic Charities Senior Communities, could use your help! There are many volunteer options available including leading activity or social groups with residents, helping with daily meal service and events such as resource fairs or food drops, and even administrative support. The building is located on the Catholic Charities Jenkins Campus, just off I-95 at Caton Avenue, adjacent to St. Agnes Hospital.
Fill out an application today! You can also call us at 667-600-2691 if you have any questions.
Friendship Station and Friendship Village (Odenton)
Friendship Station and Friendship Village, Catholic Charities Senior Communities, offers a total of 151 one-bedroom, rent-assisted apartments for older adults. The community is in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, accessible to I-97 and the BW Parkway from Rt. 175.
For more information about volunteer opportunities complete an online application or contact:
Ms. Christal Way