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December – Vehicles for Change Inc. & Salvation Army

To close out 2018, we partnered with not one, but TWO organizations! One group of volunteers worked with Vehicles for Change Inc. – an organization that takes donated cars, trains and hires returning citizens to work on them, and gives the cars to low-income families. Our volunteers assisted with miscellaneous cleanup and painting projects VFC…

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November – First LEGO League

It was all fun and games for this month’s event! We met up at Francis Scott Key Elementary to help First LEGO League, an organization that provides students from ages 9-14, with a hands-on interactive robotics program in a sports-like atmosphere. Some of our volunteers also worked to make improvements to the school by painting and…

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October – Ft. Worthington Tree Planting

This month’s Second Saturday event took us back to the beautiful Fort Worthington community for our 3rd tree planting event of the year. We also continued our door knocking campaign to help educate and encourage community members to fight littering in their neighborhood. 133 volunteers went throughout the community to plant trees provided by our…

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September – Druid Hill Park & District 7-11 Clean Up

The VU crew knocked the September event out of the park. Druid Hill park that is. 234 volunteers gathered on a rainy #secondsaturday to build new picnic tables, declutter, organize and weed the beautiful Rawlings Conservatory Greenhouse, paint pavilions throughout the park, and pick up trash. New Belgium, DJ Neil Paul, and Diner to Go…

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August – Baltimore Collaborative Warehouse

In August, 139 VU volunteers helped five different non-profits all under one roof. They helped inventory and sort equipment for Leveling the Playing Field, load the bookmobile for the Maryland Book Bank, create baby bundles for ShareBaby, assemble bedtime boxes for Bedtime in a box, and help distribute materials for the Teacher Supply Swap. After…

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July – Fort Worthington Community Garden

July was a hot one! 125 VU volunteers came out to the Fort Worthington community to construct a community garden, pain storm drains, and continue an anti-littering door-knocking campaign. Thanks to everyone who came out and brought healthier food ingredients to Fort Worthington. The afterparty was at The Chasseur, where everyone cooled down with delicious drinks!…

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Now seeking an Executive Director!

Volunteering Untapped (VU) – the Baltimore-based nonprofit that has connected thousands of millennials with local charitable organizations – is now seeking an Executive Director! As Executive Director, you will be responsible for setting the vision and managing the direction of the organization. VU is poised for significant advancement, and our new Executive Director will chart…

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June – Teach for America & Thread

This month’s Second Saturday event brought together Volunteering Untapped, Teach for America and Thread to beautify and improve the facilities at Frederick Douglass High School. 144 volunteers gathered to paint walls, murals, the Douglass logo and more. They also worked in the school’s outdoor garden, or helping with general upkeep. The party continued with free…

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VU Opens Up More Committee Positions

As VU continues to grow, we are excited to open up the following new committee positions designed for high-caliber, energetic individuals who are interested in using their professional skills to give back. Instructions on how to apply below.   Volunteer Engagement Lead (volunteer) We are always looking to spread the word about VU and get…

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VU Opens Several Committee Positions

We’re looking for several standout VUers who are interested in using their professional skills to give back as a VU committee member. Instructions on how to apply below.    Graphic Design Lead (volunteer) We are on a quest to make VU look better, and we need your support! As a priority item for VU in…

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