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Our impact

Logged Over 10,000 hours of community service



Worked with more than 30 nonprofits



Removed over 50,000 pounds of trash



Planted 500 trees throughout Baltimore



Whether through volunteering directly, giving donations or connecting our volunteers to opportunities within these nonprofits, Volunteering Untapped has positively impacted each of the following organizations.

29th Street Community Center –

The 6th Branch –

Art with a Heart –

Baltimore City Department of Recreation and Parks –

Baltimore Community ToolBank -

Baltimore Rock Opera Society –

Baltimore Tree Trust –

BeMore Photography –

Blue Water Baltimore –

Boone Street Farm –

City of Baltimore –

The Franciscan Center –

Gather Baltimore –

Greater Baltimore Urban League –

Habitat for Humanity –

Kennedy Krieger Institute –

Living Classrooms Foundation –

Maryland Food Bank –

Maryland Port Authority –

Moveable Feast -

The National Aquarium –

Parks & People –

Playworks Maryland –

Salvation Army –

Section1 Project –

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service –

Village Learning Place –

What They're Saying


Greater Baltimore Urban League

“I had some pretty unrealistic expectations and this event exceeded all of them.  I am so glad we got connected.  It was meaningful and encouraging for both the volunteers and the participants — an ideal match.”– Estelle Young, Director of New Initiatives

Franciscan Center

“We were blown away by what you were able to accomplish in such a short time. Wow!  Please know that your kindness will make an important difference in the days ahead in the lives of our most vulnerable neighbors.” – Meg Ducey, Director of Development



Baltimore Tree Trust

“Many thanks for the joie de vivre Volunteering Untapped brought to our tree planting event on Saturday. The group helped enormously! When I came down to check on you guys and heard the singing and laughter amid the hatchet swings,  I knew it would turn out well.  Thanks again for organizing this wonderful group of volunteers.” – Amanda Cunningham, Executive Director