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Donate

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Give In-Kind

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
  • Windex
  • 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 Jack Elsnes, Volunteer Coordinator (410-625-0775 x121).

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Volunteer

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.

Paul’s Place can accommodate children as young as 8 and groups up to 15 persons. Pre-registration required.

Please sign up to volunteer at https://paulsplaceoutreach.volunteerhub.com/. If you are organizing a group please go to https://paulsplaceoutreach.org/get-involved/volunteer and click on Groups and then follow the instructions. 

Special Volunteer Opportunities

Paul’s Place seeks 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. Mentors are needed Monday through Thursday from 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Contact Nicole at Ndavis@paulsplaceoutreach.org 

Paul’s Place seeks Volunteer RNs for our weekly Nurse’s Clinic when the UM School of Nursing students are not in session (May- August and December- February). RNs offer basic health screenings; medical case management; referrals for medical, substance use, and mental health services; and assistance navigating insurance and health care systems. Nurses must have a license in Maryland and CPR training. We prefer, but do not require, personal liability insurance. Volunteers are needed on Wednesdays from 10:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.; we ask nurses to commit to volunteering at least six times in a year. Contact Kelly at kdoran@paulsplaceoutreach.org