We partner with communities of faith and civic organizations to provide services to our community’s most vulnerable members. Community partners are core volunteers, support the Winter Relief program, response to urgent needs, assist with maintenance and upkeep of equipment, serve hot meals, and are a listening ear for people experiencing homelessness.

What Do Community Partners Do?

There are many ways to contribute to our mission as a community partner. Here are some examples:

  • Host Winter Relief for a week.
  • Help other partners host Winter Relief.
  • Provide meals and bagged lunches.
  • Lead groups.
  • Respond to urgent requests.
  • Serve on committees.
  • Assist with maintenance and repairs.
  • Assist with fundraisers.

Please email to discuss how your organization can become a community partner.

Volunteers from Solley United Methodist church standing by a table full of food. Volunteers often serve warm lunches.
A man from Severna Park United Methodist Church standing in front of a shower trailer. The shower trailer is used to provide showers to people who are homeless
Five older Winter Relief volunteers smiling. Many volunteers have hosted Winter Relief for years.
5 volunteers from Davidsonville Maryland smiling. They are host people experiencing homelessness in their church for a week.
A volunteer and board member smiling while standing in a kitchen. In the background a volunteer is preparing an evening meal for people experiencing homelessness.

7164 East Furnace Branch Rd.

Suite A

Glen Burnie, Md 21060