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"Welcome to BHC a place where there are opportunities to build strong connections."
- Peggy K. Wolf
Help Wanted - Devoted (and even clueless) Gardners
BHC and Temple Oheb Shalom join forces to plant and cultave a Garden of Life. No experience or green thumb necessary - we will teach you our easy techniques.We plant and harvest fresh produce for several soup kitchens and for ourselves. Fun, Learning & Camaraderie! Service learning hours available for high school students. Contact: Phyllis Zimmerman/Gan Chaie, BHC, 7401 Park Heights Avenue, Baltimore 21208-5490.
Make a difference in a child's life!
Volunteers Needed! Volunteer to become a Jewish Big Brother or Big Sister. Several hours a month is all it takes to have fun and be a special friend to a Jewish child in need. For more information please contact Katie Cohen, Jewish Big Brother/Big Sister League 410 843-7462 or email@example.com.
Wish List from Our Daily Bread
Items needed at Our Daily Bread: laundry detergent, dish soap, paper lunch bags, plastic baggies, ziploc baggies, cold cereal, heavy duty oven mitts, cooking spray, sugar, tea bags, mayonnaise, salad dressing, paper napkins, paper towels, toilet paper, plastic forks & spoons, salt, pepper, filled disposable shakers, peanut butter, jelly, ketchup, mustard, gravy, instant potatoes, canned fruit & vegetables, canned meat & tuna, canned soup, pasta, noodles, rice, any small dry food product. Bring donations in to the BHC kitchen (marked for Our Daily Bread) and we'll deliver them.
Jewish Foster Care and Jewish Adoption
Jewish Family Services is looking for families who are willing to become licensed foster homes, to ensure that every Jewish child that needs foster care has a Jewish home available. Currently, Jewish children in need of foster care services are being placed outside of the Jewish community. Jewish couples and individuals who are considering growing their families through adoption can go through the Adoption Program. For more information call Benjamin Levey, LCSW-C, Manager Child Welfare Services 410-356-8383 ext 305, or Rebecca Kepner, LCSW-C, Adoption & Foster Care Specialist 410-356-8383 ext 303.
Volunteers Wanted for Meals on Wheels
If you are looking for a rewarding volunteer experience, Meals on Wheels is seeking people to deliver meals and make a personal connection with the homebound near you. Volunteer once a week, once a month, with a friend or by yourself. Call 410-558-0932 ext 10925. Closest location is the Weinberg House (formerly the Concord) at 2500 West Belvedere Avenue - you can ask for this site when you call.