Paul’s Place is Leading Change

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, Market Place, Nurses’ Clinic, and our after-school programs for elementary, middle, and high school students. Volunteers also provide essential support for our fundraising initiatives.

  • Who can volunteer? – Paul’s Place can accommodate children as young as 8 and groups up to 15 people. Pre-registration required.
  • How do I sign up?Please sign up to volunteer at our volunteer hub online. Visit our volunteer page for more information!
  • Special volunteer opportunitiesPaul’s Place seeks Mentors for our week-day after-school programs for children in grades 1- 12 and Volunteer RNs for our weekly Nurse’s Clinic when the University of Maryland School of Nursing students are not in session.
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Our Impact

Dear friends, imagine what it would have been like to navigate the constantly changing environment of the pandemic with no phone or internet access. Imagine not being able to shelter in place because home is unsafe or nonexistent. For our guests, Paul’s Place acts as a vital lifeline as our neighbors navigate barriers to medical care, benefits, and more.

We also work tirelessly to develop new programs that will meet basic needs as more people became aware of the frightening extent of food insecurity in Baltimore City. That’s why it’s so important that Paul’s Place has remained a steady presence that Southwest Baltimore residents know they can rely on day after day. Your support makes stories of transformation and hope possible, before the pandemic, during, and after.

Tim Regan
Executive Director

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Get Help. Access Services at Paul’s Place

On any given day, approximately 40% of Paul’s Place guests are experiencing homelessness – living temporarily with family, staying in shelters, or sleeping on the streets – and don’t have access to showers or a place to store toiletries and towels, much less a computer or basic health care. Showers and other support services at Paul’s Place – hot lunch, an emergency food pantry, a popular clothing market place, and even laundry services – help individuals and families in Southwest Baltimore meet their most basic needs during moments of crisis and on an on-going basis. Learn more about how we can help you or your family. Get help from our experienced case management staff and volunteers, and become part of the Paul’s Place community where we foster hope.

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Featured Program

For 40 years, Paul’s Place supporters have shown that the more we come together in spirit, the brighter the season is for all of us. Dinner in Spirit continues to be an opportunity to help our neighbors. Support our efforts to brighten the season!
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