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City Description

Nicknamed the Charm City, Baltimore is a diverse city with a rich culture and history to be explored! From historic Fells Point to the infamous Hampden neighborhood, you’ll come to find the uniqueness of the city. The Baltimore community is also fortunate to have a thriving Mercy spirit. The volunteers reside in a row home in the Parkville neighborhood. Two cars and options for public transit make for an easy commute to the service sites and turn everything in Baltimore into just a short trip away. There will always B’more to discover in this city.

Housing: row home
Transportation: 2 cars and public
Number of Volunteers: 3

Service Site Descriptions

Marian House

Mission: To provide a holistic, healing community for women and their children who are in need of housing and support services.

Marian House is a women-centered program co-sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy and the School Sisters of Notre Dame. They provide a safe, sober, and loving environment that challenges women to respect and love themselves, confront emotional and socioeconomic barriers, and transition to stable and independent lives. A volunteer is needed to serve as a Family Program Assistant, providing a supportive presence to residents and their children through assisting with case management, childcare support during women’s groups and planning programming and events.

Site Details

Skills: Social Work, Case Management, Office Management, Hospitality, Relationship Builder

Mercy Medical Center

Mission: To witness God’s healing love for all people by providing excellent clinical and residential services within a community of compassionate care.

Mercy Medical Center is a community hospital located in downtown Baltimore where a diverse population is served. It was founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1874 to address the dearth of healthcare services available to the underserved and continues to stay true to that mission today. Mercy Medical Center is one of the few hospitals in the nation with a Magnet designation. The campus includes a state-of-the-art, 300-bed patient tower. Two volunteers are needed to serve as either a nurse working in a unit that matches the volunteer’s skills and interests or or as a healthcare advocate and care coordinator, creating, implementing, and promoting programs that aim to reduce healthcare costs and improve outcomes for socioeconomically disadvantaged patients.

Skills: Nursing, Healthcare Advocacy, Healthcare Management, Public Health

Stella Maris

Mission: To witness God’s healing love for all people by providing excellent clinical and residential services within a community of compassionate care.

Stella Maris provides the following services to the aged, inf b≤irm, and terminally ill persons: independent living housing units, subacute/rehabilitation, medical day care, and home health care services. A volunteer is needed to serve as a life enrichment coordinator in the long-term care unit, engaging residents in quality of life activities as well as building individual relationships and assisting with recruiting, onboarding and coordinating volunteers.

Skills: Geriatrics, Social Services, Activity Planning


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