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Thank you for your contribution to Paul’s Place!
Please print and complete the donation form and return it by mail to:
Paul’s Place, Inc.
1118 Ward Street
Baltimore, MD 21230
To make a donation in honor or memory of someone special, please complete page 2 of the donation form and return it with your contribution.
To make a stock gift to Paul’s Place, please contact Bill McLennan, Executive Director (410-625-0775).
There are many ways to include giving to Paul’s Place in your future: include Paul’s Place in your will; name Paul’s Place as a beneficiary of your life insurance policy, IRA, or other retirement fund; set up a trust or gift annuity. Please consult with your financial advisor to consider planned giving and to verify the current rules for planned giving.
To let us know you have made a planned gift to Paul’s Place, please contact Bill McLennan, Executive Director (410-625-0775).
Paul’s Place depends on the generosity of our in-kind donors to provide our essential programs and services. Volunteer cooks prepare casseroles we serve in our daily Hot Lunch program. Dozens of organizations and hundreds of individuals contribute gently-used clothing, linens, and other household items for distribution through our Clothing Bank.
Paul’s Place has a need for the following items year-round:
- New Men, Women, and Children Socks (All Sizes)
- New Men, Women, and Children Underwear (All Sizes)
- Disposable Double edged Razors
- Shaving Cream
- Reading Glasses
- Hotel Size Toiletries (especially deodorant)
- Diapers (Sizes 1-6)
- Liquid Laundry Detergent
- Toilet Paper
- Paper Towels
- Dish Soap
Donations can be delivered to Paul’s Place at 1118 Ward Street in Baltimore weekdays from 8:00 a.m.- 3:30 p.m. Before donating an item not on the list of items needed year-round, please contact Jayna Powell, Volunteer Coordinator (410-625-0775).
Paul’s Place relies on volunteers to offer a wide variety of high-quality programs. Volunteers assist with many of our programs including Hot Lunch, Clothing Bank, our Programs for Children, GED classes, Nurse’s Clinic, and Holiday Programs. Volunteers also provide essential support for our fundraising initiatives.
Paul’s Place can accommodate children as young as 6 and groups up to 18 persons. Pre-registration required.
If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Jayna Powell (410-625-0775).
Special Volunteer Opportunities
Paul’s Place seeks volunteer Mentors for our week-day after-school programs for children in grades 1- 12. Mentors build relationships with our children through homework help, educational games and general conversation. Volunteers must commit to one hour, one day per week, pass a background check, and be comfortable working with children.
Paul’s Place uses volunteer RN’s to run our Nurse’s Clinic when the UM School of Nursing students are not in session. Nurses need to be licensed in MD and we prefer personal liability insurance. Volunteering involves Wednesdays from 10:30-1:30 and ideally, volunteers commit to several Wednesdays in the year (May-Aug and/or Dec-Feb).
Paul’s Place supports the teachers of our GED classes by providing tutors. Tutors give 3 hours once a week (either Tuesday or Thursday morning or afternoon). Volunteers must be comfortable with basic subjects and with working one on one with our guests. Sessions run about 6 weeks at a time throughout the year.
To become a Mentor, Tutor, or Volunteer RN, please contact Jayna Powell (410-625-0775).