Join Our Team:

Volunteers Needed

Make a real difference in the world with a reputable charity known for its team of outstanding volunteers! St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore offers volunteer opportunities for individuals, schools, churches, families, and businesses of any size. Through our programs, your group can be empowered to participate in making their community a better place.

Other Resources & Ways to Get Involved

  • Food Drives

    Help feed our hungry neighbors by hosting a food drive. Whether you’re collecting canned goods as a scouting project, accepting non-perishables as event entry or organizing a traditional food drive in your community, every donation makes a difference.

    Food items may include:  peanut butter and jelly, canned goods, fruit cups, jello, Gatorade and bottled water.

    To set up a food drive please click here.

  • Adopt a Head Start classroom

    Support preschool age children attending Head Start and Early Head Start. The Adopt-A-Head Start Class Program allows an individual, business or organization to sponsor a class or classes at our multiple sites across Baltimore with a tax-deductible donation. By becoming an Adopt-A-Class sponsor, you will help ensure that children in your class have the resources they need to succeed. Click on our wish list to view priority needed items.

    *Please note that Amazon does not send us donation information. In order to properly acknowledge your gift(s) from our wish list, please complete our online in-kind donation form. Or you may email your Amazon receipt to

Get Involved FAQs

Are there age restrictions or requirements?

Volunteers must be at least 14 years of age to volunteer on-site.  Volunteers aged 14 to 16 must be accompanied by an adult (parent, teacher, group leader) over the age of 21.  Volunteers between the ages of 14 and 18 must have a signed release from their parent or guardian to participate in volunteer activities.

Student Interns, Camp Counselors, and Head Start parent volunteers must complete a separate volunteer application.

What can kids under 14 do to help?

The act of service for others is good for all ages!  Anyone can volunteer and support our programs and services off site in a variety of ways that include making bagged lunches, hosting a wish list drive, making bowls for Empty Bowls or helping to raise funds through hosting a fundraiser or donation drive.

contact us

For any questions or if you have ideas about getting involved contact or call (410) 662-0500