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Volunteering Opportunities at Providence

Do you have gardening skills to help out in our horticulture program? Perhaps you have the artistic flair to assist in our pottery studio or woodshop? Do you embody an entrepreneurial spirit that can help someone start their own business? Perhaps you simply desire to be a friend to people?

If that sounds like you, we’d love for you to volunteer with Providence and help make a difference in the lives of adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities!

Help us help people direct the support they want to chart their future and achieve their goals.

Email or call (410) 766-2212 ext. 104 or 103 today!

Volunteer Opportunities in Art, Experience & Friendship

As part of our employment services, we help people lead independent lives while earning their own living with partnered businesses.

If you have the tools and capacity to mentor people who are eager to join the working world, we’d love to pair you with someone. Use your expertise to help make a difference through our comprehensive programs and services.

We also welcome volunteers who just want to provide companionship as a friend! Our volunteers enjoy spending time over lunch, working on the computer, and reading. If this sounds like the right fit for you, then volunteer with Providence and help make a difference.

Volunteer at Providence

Volunteers are a tremendous asset to our programs. At Providence, we have seen the benefits for everyone involved with volunteering. The smiles that result from volunteer interactions are infectious, and we know you would be an asset to our organization.

Volunteers must be at least 16 years old and must go through a background check. We’re also happy to work with eligible students fulfilling community service requirements.

If you have any questions, contact our HR Department at or by calling (410) 766-2212 ext. 104 or 103!

Our Belief Statements

At Providence in Anne Arundel County, we’re motivated by the following beliefs:

  • We believe, adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities can be contributing and engaged members of their families and communities.
  • We believe, with the right placement and support, people with intellectual and developmental disabilities can work in meaningful jobs, earn competitive wages, and contribute to the world around them.
  • We believe, that community is meant for every person, regardless of their ability, and every person should have the opportunity to live, learn, and work in their community.
  • We believe, that our Direct Support Staff is the foundation of our work.

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