Spring Service Fair

Spring Service Fair

February 27th, 2024

10 am - 3 pm | SMC Campus Center, 1st Floor

UMB Student Affairs and the Office of Community Engagement invite students, staff, and faculty to meet with local and university volunteer groups at our inaugural Spring Service Fair.

Learn more and RSVP here!

Preview some of our Spring Service Fair partner organizations!

THREAD 
Thread harnesses the power of relationships to create a new social fabric of diverse individuals deeply engaged with young people facing the most significant opportunity and achievement gaps.

Our volunteer base represents the depth and breadth of our city and includes retirees, business owners, Baltimore newbies, Baltimore natives, college and grad students, parishioners–you’ll find them all at Thread. Thread volunteers are a diverse group of kind, open-minded individuals who value positive relationships and want to make a real difference in the lives of young people and the city of Baltimore. Our volunteers work directly with Thread young people or provide support to the organization.

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Paul's Place  
Paul’s Place relies on volunteers to offer a wide variety of high-quality programs. Volunteers assist with many of our programs including Hot Lunch and Market Place. Volunteers also provide essential support for our fundraising initiatives.

Paul's Place offers a vast variety of volunteer opportunities to support the Baltimore community. Paul's Place breaks down barriers to get our guests back to sense of normalcy and independence. Volunteers assist with all programs from our day-to-day service such as hot lunch, marketplace, computer lab and more. To offer our guests an experience where they feel comfortable and invited through our doors.

 

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St. Luke's Youth Center (SLYC) 

SLYC is built on a foundation of safety, trust, acceptance, love, and hope. All programming is developed by the youth and their families in order to meet the ever-changing needs of our community. 
The key to our work is the relationships of a community that crosses geographic, economic, religious, racial, and all other boundaries. We are a community that coordinates our efforts, shares our resources, and develops strategies to meet our goals. 

 

Learn more and volunteer!