We thank all our volunteers who help us fullfil our mission to help those in need. You can scroll down to see the stories of just a few of them, or use the search tool below.
2010 Bridesmaids’ BINGO Woman of the Year Award
Woman of the Year: Dr. Mary Jo Johnson
A Commitment to Our Community and Our Future
Shelley Fowler was the first of PNC’s Greater Maryland employees to earn a $1,000 grant for the center where she volunteered 40 hours - Catholic Charities Head Start of Carroll County in Westminster.
A Passion to Serve Spawns Polo Fundraiser
A more than 25 year veteran volunteer at Our Daily Bread, Mary Agnes Lewis wished their was more that she could do for the program she was so passionate about. From that passion the Ten Oaks Polo Cup Match benefiting Our Daily Bread was born, raising more than $250,000 for the program since its inception.
A Year of Service Creates Sense of Community
Catholic Charities Project SERVE volunteer reflect on why they are devoting a year of service to Baltimore.
Air Force Volunteers in Full Force at Sarah’s House Bull Roast
Jason Vottero, who began volunteering for Sarah’s House fours years ago through the First-6 Association, keeps coming back to volunteer at events like the Bull Roast, summer picnics, and gift wrapping at Christmas because, “The staff and guests are so nice and the events are always fun and family oriented, which allows me to bring my daughter along. For me, the draw is supporting Sarah’s House and their focus is on strengthening families and providing services that support women and children.”
An Angel Among Us: Gina Adams
Gina Adams, a volunteer at MSPWC, enters a triathalon to raise money.
Anna’s House Creates Partnerships with People of Different Abilities
Partnering with People of Different Abilities
Charles McFadden Transforms a Life as a Villa Maria Mentor
When the counselor mentioned that there were so many African-American boys living at Villa Maria, but very few African-American male mentors, Charles McFadden began to think, “I have the time, along with the desire and willingness to share myself with another person, this is my opportunity to help.”
Collective Effort Yields Huge Results
“When everyone comes together to do a little, it so easily turns into a lot.” This is Colin McGonigal’s approach to leading the casserole collection for Our Daily Bread at his parish, Sacred Heart, Glyndon. The parish prepares 300 casseroles a month for Our Daily Bread.