Season of Service

Season of Service:

A Volunteer Journey from Farm to Table

Join JVC this fall as we journey from farm to table in Baltimore! Starting with environmental/farming volunteer projects and ending with serving meals to those in need in our community, there are plenty of ways to get involved. Join us for one or all the volunteer projects and see how service can be fun this season!

 


Cooking:

So many of our community partners, including shelters and after school programs, rely on volunteer help in order to provide food for their clients. Help address food insecurity in our community by cooking and/or preparing meals and spreading cheer.

Sunday, September 22nd

Cooking for a Cause at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation
7401 Park Heights Ave, 21208
1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Join other community members for a chance to cook for a cause! Volunteers will be assembling casseroles, decorating cookies, and more to be donated to local organizations, such as The Baltimore Station, who will serve this food to their clients. No Experience is necessary, aprons are encouraged!
Volunteer Restrictions: Volunteers can be any age, but certain cooking stations may have age restrictions.


Be a Kitchen Assistant at Moveable Feast
901 N. Milton Ave
12:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Volunteering as a Kitchen Assistant at Moveable Feast puts you right in the middle of all the culinary action. Kitchen Assistants help our chef with food preparation, meal packaging, and light cleaning! Here, your hands help prepare meals that save lives.
Volunteer Restrictions: Volunteers must be 14+.


Serving:

There are so many opportunities in Baltimore to help prepare or serve meals at shelters and other facilities. It is a wonderful chance to see the impact of your work and connect with new friends.

Sunday, October 6th

Serve Dinner at Weinberg Housing Resource Center
4:00 – 7:30 p.m.
Volunteers will serve dinner at Weinberg Housing Resource Center, a 275-resident shelter. Meals are served restaurant style, so volunteer make up the plates and then serve them at the table. Volunteers are encouraged to talk with and interact with residents.
Volunteer Restrictions: Volunteers must be 14+, anyone under 18 must be with an adult, serving dinner require everyone to mostly be on their feet for the full two hours that dinner runs


 Celebrating:

Sunday, October 20th

Pearlstone HARVEST Festival
1:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Celebrate a season of service and join JVC and the wider community at Pearlstone’s HARVEST festival. Take part in service projects, experience a working farm, and have fun! Volunteers can earn free entry into this event by participating in other volunteer projects.

COST: $25/car in advance or $30/car day of event. Advanced registration encouraged.


Farming:

The first step to a healthy hearty meal is a clean environment and farms that grow our food! Join JVC volunteers as we explore the first step of the Food journey.

Sunday, September 8th

Be a Weed Warrior with Irvine Nature Center
11201 Garrison Forest Road, Owings Mills
1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
JVC will be at the beautiful Irvine Nature Center to assist the removal of invasive plants on their grounds. An educator will be on hand to talk about invasive species of plants, how to identify them, and their importance to the environment.
Volunteer Restrictions: Volunteers must be 10+ and accompanied by an adult chaperone.

 

Young Adult Urban Farming with Real Food Farm and Repair the World Baltimore
2801 St Lo Dr, 212131
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Join Repair the World Baltimore at Real Food Farm as we assist at their urban farm. Project’s may include planting, weeding, hoop house construction, and lot’s more!
Volunteer Restrictions: Volunteers should be in their 20s and 30s


 

Want to get FREE admission to the Harvest Festival?

JVC is rewarding volunteers who participate in multiple JVC volunteer opportunities this fall. In order to qualify you must:

*limit first 20 families

 

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