Volunteer at the Center for Hope

Help provide our community with the compassionate, high-quality care it deserves as a LifeBridge Health volunteer.

Make A Difference

Every day, volunteers make a difference in the lives of children and families at Center for Hope. This support is invaluable and increases our capacity to serve those in need.


Volunteers spread our message as ambassadors, contribute to fundraising by serving on planning committees and at special events, and help behind the scenes with administrative tasks.

A volunteer talking with community members

Why volunteer?

Your work has a direct impact on those you serve. Though you will not earn money, you will gain the satisfaction of giving your time and talent to help community members at our multi-faceted center.


The benefits of volunteering include:

  • Sharing your skills, or learning new ones
  • Connecting with people
  • Learning about health care careers
  • Finding a sense of purpose
  • Improving your health from staying active
  • Increasing your happiness

What can volunteers do?

The Center for Hope has many opportunities to get involved. Whether you want to work behind the scenes or interact directly with people, there's a job that fits you and your schedule.


Here’s a sampling of volunteer opportunities:

  • Child Care
  • Administrative and Outreach
  • Evening Front Desk Coordinator
  • Operation Resource Room Manager
  • Parent Support Groups
  • Events

More ways you can help

Child Care

Spend time working and playing with children in our family room at Baltimore Child Abuse Center as they wait for forensic interviews, medical visits, and mental health visits.

Operation Resource Room Manager

Manage the inventory and assist in the day-to-day operations of the Operation Resource Room at Baltimore Child Abuse Center, which is where clothing, hygiene products, school supplies and toy donations are stored.

Administrative and Outreach

Assist staff at community fairs and events and help put together bulk mailings.

Evening Front Desk Coordinator

Greet clients and visitors, answer calls; be the first person visitors see at Baltimore Child Abuse Center upon their arrival.

Parent Support Groups

Assist with child care during the evening parent support groups; activities include arts and crafts, dinner, and games.

Legislative Advocacy

Write and call your state senators and representatives and tell them why the bills Center for Hope supports are important for our children, families, and communities in Maryland.


Provide check-in help at our Be A Hero gala.