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The following are community organizations with whom CCSJ has an ongoing partnership for service, immersions, and advocacy initiatives. View CCSJ Community Service Locations in a full screen map.

Some academic service-learning partners may not be listed below. View Academic Service-Learning Community Partners.

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Aging/Senior Citizens

Anti-Human Trafficking

Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities

Listed alphabetically with contact information

The Arc of Baltimore

Dedicated to helping people with developmental disabilities make the most of their potential since 1949, The Arc Baltimore's innovative services support more than 5,000 adults and children with developmental disabilities and their families in Baltimore City and Baltimore County. Programs help families provide needed care and opportunity for their children, and individuals are able to live and work in the community. Students build relationships with an individual with developmental disabilities in order to create informed letters advocating funding for services

Loyola Service-Learning Contact
Kate Figiel-Miller
kefigiel@loyola.edu

Community Partner
7215 York Rd, Baltimore, MD 21212
www.arcofbaltimore.org

Archbishop Borders School

Archbishop Borders is a dual language, Spanish-immersion Catholic K-8 community school located in the Patterson Park area, serving primarily Latino and African-American students. Loyola students assist in classrooms or can support after-school programming.

Loyola Service-Learning Contact
Kate Figiel-Miller
kefigiel@loyola.edu

Community Partner
3500 Foster Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21224
www.abbschool.com

Asylee Women Enterprise

Asylee Women Enterprise helps women seeking asylum to rebuild their lives and their spirits. Asylee Women Enterprise (AWE) provides transitional housing, companionship and community to asylum seekers by offering a safe and nurturing home, opportunities to connect within the larger community and each other.. Service-learning students become part of the AWE community and share their skills.

Loyola Service-Learning Contact
Kate Figiel-Miller
kefigiel@loyola.edu

Community Partner
4500 Frankford Avenue, Baltimore MD 21206
www.asyleewomen.org/

CARES (Civic and Religious Emergency Services), a program of GEDCO

CARES operates a food pantry and emergency assistance center that offers food packages, eviction and utility cut-off prevention funds, and pharmacy assistance to people facing financial hardships. CARES also operates CARES Career Connection, which offers employment mentoring, resume and job search help, computer training, and GED classes.

Food pantry needs include packing food bags, meeting with clients to assess their needs, and acting as receptionist. Career Connections needs include helping program participants use computers to search for jobs, complete online applications, set up and access email accounts, find resources online, and write resumes and cover letters.

Loyola Service-Learning Contact
Ian McNeely
410-617-2989
caressc@loyola.edu

Community Partner
Rachael Neill, CARES Program Director
5502 York Road Baltimore, MD 21212
410-532-7117
rneill@gedco.org

The Choice Program

The Choice Program is a mentoring program for Baltimore youth who may be in at-risk environments. Dedicated, active role models volunteers are needed to mentor the Choice youth on campus, give a taste of the collegiate life, and build relationships. The first hour is a free dinner, the second hour is an educational activity, and the third hour are activities in the Loyola Fitness and Aquatics Center (FAC).

Loyola Student Service Coordinator
Lemuel Bourne
410-617-2989
choicesc@loyola.edu

Community Partner
4500 Frankford Ave.,Baltimore MD 21206
Eric Ford, Director of Operations
The Choice Program at UMBC
1000 Hilltop Circle, Baltimore, MD 21250
410-327-3835
ericford@umbc.edu
www.choiceprograms.org

CASA de Maryland

CASA de Maryland works to organize, advocate for, and expand opportunities for Latino and immigrant people in the state of Maryland by providing employment placement; workforce development and training; health education; citizenship and legal services; and financial, language, and literacy training to Latino and immigrant communities throughout the state.

Community Partner
Juan Cortés
jcortes@wearecasa.org
wearecasa.org

Cristo Rey Jesuit High School

Cristo Rey Jesuit High School is a Catholic, coeducational, college preparatory, work-study high school for students from families of very limited means in Baltimore City. Cristo Rey Jesuit embraces a student in their entirety. Cristo Rey's goal is to have every student achieve a college education. Volunteers are needed for individual, after-school tutoring and homework help in a various subjects, daytime math lab, athletic coaching assistant, and daytime writing lab.

Service Times: Weekly commitment required, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday from 3:00-5:00 PM (includes travel time)

Loyola Student Service Coordinator
Joseph Patron
410-617-2989
cristoreysc@loyola.edu

Community Partner
Gregory Sucre, Dean of Academics
420 S. Chester Street, Baltimore, MD 21231
410-727-3255
dstrickland@cristoreybalt.org
www.cristoreybalt.org

Beans and Bread Outreach Center, a program of St. Vincent de Paul

Beans and Bread Outreach Center, serves meals “restaurant style” to approximately 300 people every day. Many stay to receive case management services, collect their mail, or socialize. On the last Sunday of every month, the Loyola community takes full responsibility for funding, staffing and operating the Beans and Bread meal program with student, employee and alumni volunteers.

Volunteers are needed to prepare and serve the meal, welcome guests, bus tables, clean up and a volunteer with a weekly mid-day Friday board game program.

Service Times: Last Sunday of every month from 8-1 PM, some Saturday mornings and Friday’s from 12:30-2:30 PM

Loyola Student Service Coordinator
Caitlin Sullivan
410-617-2989
beansandbreadsc@loyola.edu

Community Partner
David Shepard
400 South Bond Street, Baltimore, MD 21231
410-732-1892

Govans Elementary Charter School and After-School Program

Govans Elementary Charter School is a Baltimore City Public Charter School for students in grades K-5 supported by its charter operator, the Baltimore Curriculum Project. The children who attend Govans elementary live in the Govans neighborhood, adjacent to Loyola’s campus. Service-learning students are paired with a particular teacher and assist in classrooms or may serve in the after-school program, which is also available to students in The Service Thing.

Govans Elementary After-School Program is a STEM-based after-school program for nearly 100 Govans-area kindergarten through fifth graders followed by an hour of enrichment and electives. Offerings include art, drama, character education, service-learning, field trips, and much more.

Service Times: Weekly commitment required, Monday-Thursday from 2:15-4:15 PM and 4:15-6:15 PM; Thursday from 2:30-4:30 PM. (includes travel time)

Loyola Student Service Coordinator
(After-School Program)
Julia Ainsworth,
410-617-2989
govans@loyola.edu

Loyola Student Service Coordinator
(Service-Learning)
Sarah Hand
410-617-2989
servicelearning@loyola.edu

Community Partner
Sarah Ceponis, After-School Director
Govans Elementary School
5801 York Road, Baltimore, MD 21212
(203) 621-4218 sceponis@baltimorecp.org

Govans Ecumenical Development Corporation (GEDCO)

GEDCO works to build caring and compassionate communities, including providing affordable, supportive housing and emergency services that meet low income individuals’ and families’ most basic needs for food and shelter. GEDCO’s CARES and seeks to end the cycle of poverty and homelessness; through Harford House and Micah House, GEDCO provides intensive services for men and women who were experiencing homelessness; and at Epiphany House and Gallagher Mansion, GEDCO serves older adults who have low incomes and further reaches the greater senior community through the Senior Network of North Baltimore where dance and exercise classes, special trips and more are organized and held.

Service Times: Loyola volunteers are needed for a variety of regular and one-time opportunities.

Ian McNeely
410-617-2989
caressc@loyola.edu

Community Partner
Rachael Neill, CARES Program Director
5502 York Road Baltimore, MD 21212
410-532-7117
rneill@gedco.org

Don Miller House, an AIDS Interfaith Residential Services (AIRS) Program

Don Miller House is a permanent housing program for single adults with AIDS who were formerly housed in the shelter system, nursing homes, hospitals, or on the streets. Volunteer needs include transportation, visitation, maintenance (in home/outdoor), food preparations, special events and fundraising.

Service Times:Weekly commitment required, Monday-Friday from 12:00-2:00 PM, 4:00-6:00 PM or 6:00-8:00 PM.

Loyola Service-Learning Contact
Natalie Morris
410-617-2989
donmillersc@loyola.edu

Community Partner
Jenn Greger
Program Manager
1800 North Charles Street, Suite 700, Baltimore, MD 21201
410-443-8249
jenn@airshome.org
Don Miller House

Esperanza Center

Esperanza Center is a program of Catholic Charities that offers services to immigrants in the Baltimore metropolitan area including ESL instruction, workforce development, immigration legal services, health services, and social service referrals.

Volunteers are need to tutor basic English, working one-on-one or in small groups. Spanish is not required but helpful. Further, volunteers may be able to help in their new youth educational support as well.

Service Times:: Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 10:00-12:00 PM; Tuesday, Thursday from 1:30-3:30 PM and 6:30-8:30 PM; (add 35 minutes travel each way)

Loyola Service-Learning Contact
Emma Muir
410-617-2989
hispanicsc@loyola.edu

Community Partner
Eric Seymour
Volunteer Coordinator
430 South Broadway, Baltimore, MD 21231
410-522-2668
volunteeresp@cc-md.org

Harford House, a program of GEDCO

Harford House is a permanent housing program for 26 men who were formerly homeless. Residents either participate on-site or are provided with referrals to outside agencies for job training, mental health counseling, educational tutoring, and health care. The Harford House & Loyola volunteer program is designed to foster relationship and mutual learning through recreational activities.

Volunteers spend time with residents cooking dinner together, conversing, playing games, and providing tutoring on computer skills one evening a week.

Service Times:Tuesday from 6:00-9:00 PM

Loyola Service-Learning Contact
Ian McNeely
410-617-2989
harfordsc@loyola.edu

Community Partner
Palestine Boone, Program Associate
1517 E. North Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21213
443-742-2655
pboone@gedco.org

Health Care for the Homeless

Health Care for the Homeless (HCH) provides comprehensive services including: pediatric and adult medical care, mental health services, social work and case management, addiction treatment, dental care, vision assistance, HIV services, outreach, supportive housing, and access to education and employment. HCH also integrates direct service with advocacy.

Volunteers serve with a team of 2-3 volunteers, including HCH client/consumer to connect individuals with resources and services in our community. The two roles within the team specialize in a) offering friendly, engaging support and b) using HCH's electronic community resource guide. Both engage in actively listening to clients' concerns and identifying if a client needs to speak with an HCH staff member.

Service Times: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday from 8:00-10:00 AM or 10:00-12:00 PM; Thursday only from 8:00-10:00 AM

Loyola Service-Learning Contact
Natalie Morris
410-617-2989
healthcare@loyola.edu

Community Partner
Patrick Diamond, Volunteer Coordinator
421 Fallsway Baltimore, MD 21202
443-752-4415
pdiamond@hchmd.org www.hchmd.org

Helping Other People through Empowerment (HOPE)

Helping Other People Through Empowerment Inc. is a participant-run Wellness and Recovery Center for adults and families who have been diagnosed with a mental illness. The center was established to provide a safe place for those who have been denied or refuse to participate in mainstream services due to their disabilities. The center provides clients--many of whom are homeless--with planned activities such as discussions, movies, and speakers, as well as a place to stay, do laundry, make calls, receive mail, use a computer, take showers, and rest. Students spend time with men, women, and families who drop in, and may also play games, share stories, or provide other support as needed.

Loyola Service-Learning Contact
Kate Figiel-Miller
kefigiel@loyola.edu

Community Partner
2828 Loch Raven Rd., Baltimore, MD 21218
410-327-5830
www.hopebaltimore.org

JCI Scholars Program

JCI Scholars Program is an independent group of volunteer teachers and students not formally affiliated with Jessup Correctional Institution who collaborate to bring classes into the prison. Classes are free-ranging discussions and workshops more than lectures, celebrating intellectual discourse itself. Service-learning partnerships bring Loyola students into courses in the prison accompanied by a Loyola professor.

Loyola Service-Learning Contact
Kate Figiel-Miller
kefigiel@loyola.edu

Community Partner
Post Office Box 534, Jessup, Maryland 20794
www.prisonscholarsprogram.com

JHR Carrington House

Carrington House is a transitional residence facility for up to 62 adult men located in West Baltimore. A facility of JHR (Jobs, Housing, Recovery, Inc.), the mission of Carrington House is to provide a strictly sober, structured, recovery-based program for men who have completed the early stage of recovery and are prepared to address the issues of middle recovery. Supports include: individual and group counseling, relapse prevention classes, recovery and life-skills workshops, GED classes and vocational classes/training, computer classes, resume building and job placement.

Loyola Service-Learning Contact
Kate Figiel-Miller
kefigiel@loyola.edu

Community Partner
3500 Clifton Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21216
www.jhrbaltimore.org/carrington.htm

Maryland New Directions

Maryland New Directions offers no-cost career counseling and job search skills training. We assist low-income Baltimore City residents, 18-60 years of age entering or re-entering the workforce through a range of training services. Service-learning partnerships have included writing newsletters and assisting with job preparation programs.

Loyola Service-Learning Contact
Kate Figiel-Miller
kefigiel@loyola.edu

Community Partner
2700 N. Charles St. Suite 200, Baltimore, MD 21218
www.mdnewdirections.org

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)

NAMI is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. Today, it is an association of hundreds of local affiliates, state organizations and volunteers who work in local communities to raise awareness and provide support, education, advocacy, and leadership. Service-learners serve in the Baltimore office and see the inner workings of a nonprofit.

Loyola Service-Learning Contact
Kate Figiel-Miller
kefigiel@loyola.edu

Community Partner
5210 York Road, Baltimore, MD 21212
www.nami.org

Oak Crest Village

Oak Crest Village is a vibrant retirement community in Parkville where residents can transition from independent living to continuing care health services as needed. Service-learning partnerships involve service of presence as students pair with residents and build relationships.

Loyola Service-Learning Contact
Kate Figiel-Miller
kefigiel@loyola.edu

Community Partner
8820 Walther Blvd, Parkville, MD 21234
www.ericksonliving.com/oak-crest/

Our Daily Bread Employment Center

Our Daily Bread Employment Center, a program of Catholic Charities, offers warm meals, literacy/general education diploma training, job placement support, and substance abuse recovery assistance. Volunteers from Loyola serve with the meal program at on intermittent Saturdays throughout the school year.

Service Times:Saturdays, 8:30AM - 1PM.

Loyola Student Service Coordinator
Julie Carlin
410-617-2989
odbsc@loyola.edu

Community Partner
Kim Kahl, Volunteer Manager
725 Fallsway, Baltimore, MD 21202
443-986-9031
Our Daily Bread

Refugee Youth Project

Refugee Youth Project runs after-school, summer school, and mentoring programs for more than 300 refugees between the ages of 4 and 21. Two hours a day, newly arrived refugee youth receive academic tutoring and integration support from trained volunteer tutors. Volunteers are needed to be enthusiastic, patient tutors willing to learn about refugee-related issues as well as behavior management and tutoring techniques.

Service Times:: Tuesday, Wednesday from 3:20-5:20 PM (35 minutes travel each way) and 3:30-5:45 PM (20 minutes travel way); time also depends on the program location

Loyola Student Service Coordinator
Tyler Cochran
410-617-2989
refugeesc@loyola.edu

Community Partner
Brittany DeNovellis, Volunteer Specialist
c/o Baltimore Resettlement Center
3516 Eastern Ave, Baltimore, MD 21224
410-558-3194
rypvolunteerspecialist@gmail.com
www.refugeeyouthproject.org

Safe House of Hope

Safe House of Hope is a volunteer-run and -led 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that welcomes people from all backgrounds and spiritual traditions. We provide education, training, and support to help victims of human trafficking become an active part of a healthy community. Service-learning partnerships have included serving in the drop-in center and participating in groups.

Loyola Service-Learning Contact
Kate Figiel-Miller

kefigiel@loyola.edu

Community Partner
Curtis Ave, Baltimore, MD 21226

St. Ignatius Loyola Academy

St. Ignatius Loyola Academy is a unique middle school for Baltimore boys from families with low to modest incomes. The Academy, seeks to foster spiritual, academic, social and cultural development in its students with a challenging 3 year middle school program with a class size of 13 students, beginning with breakfast and morning prayer at 7:25 a.m. and ending at 5 p.m.

Service Times: Volunteers are needed to assist and tutor students in one-on-one settings on Wednesday from 3:30-5:00 PM (includes travel time)

Loyola Student Service Coordinator
Joseph Patron
410-617-2989
stigsc@loyola.edu

Community Partner
Susan Booth, Director of Volunteer Engagement 
740 North Calvert Street Baltimore, MD 21202
410-539-8268
susan.booth@saintignatius.org

Saint Paul Bridges Program

The St. Paul Bridges program, hosted by St. Paul’s School, is a nine-year long program / support network working with nearly 200 Baltimore youth ages 9-18. Students enter Bridges at the end of third grade and participate through twelfth grade, gaining access to a system that supports long term success inside and outside of school. It provides summer programs, school year programs, one-on-one school guidance support, and supplemental one-on-one tutoring. Loyola service-learners and tutors-in-training host Bridges high-schoolers for weekly tutoring in the Loyola Writing Center.

Loyola Service-Learning Contact
Kate Figiel-Miller
kefigiel@loyola.edu

Community Partner
11152 Falls Road PO Box 8100, Brooklandville, MD 21022
www.bridgesbaltimore.org

Soccer Without Borders

Soccer Without Borders' mission is to use soccer as a vehicle for positive change, providing refugee, asylee, and immigrant youth a toolkit to overcome obstacles to growth, inclusion and personal success. The program is successful across borders because of its adaptable framework, which includes team building, off-field education, cultural exchange, civic engagement, and soccer play and instruction.

Service Times: Vanguard Collegiate Middle School: (Soccer Coaching) from 2:30-4:00 PM (Academic Coaching) from 3:45-5:30 PM & John Rurhah Elementary and Middle School: (Soccer Coaching) from 2:30-4:00 PM & (Academic Coaching) Tuesday, Thursday from 3:45-5:30 PM.

Loyola Student Service Coordinator
Tyler Cochran
410-617-2989
refugeesc@loyola.edu

Community Partner
Stephanie Wolfe, Impact and Community Engagement
3700 Eastern Avenue Baltimore, MD 21224
410-205-9792
casey@soccerwithoutborders.org
www.soccerwithoutborders.org

Special Olympics

Special Olympics Maryland offers year-round sports training and athletic competition for athletes with intellectual disabilities. Each spring, CCSJ coordinates with Loyola’s Department of Recreational Sports to host Special-Olympics athletes from all over Maryland for the annual swim qualifier. Volunteers are needed to escort the athletes to their places, and assist with timing, score keeping, and cheering athletes on. The support of the Loyola community makes this event a special time for honoring these athletes.

Service Times:April Saturday, TBD from 7AM-12PM.

Loyola Student Service Coordinator
Honor Bowman
410-617-2989
pfc@loyola.edu

Community Partner
Jeff Abel
Special Olympics of Maryland

The STEAM Program

The STEAM Program is an opportunity to engage with 3rd-6th Graders in four Catholic schools in Baltimore. STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math. The schools, Archbishop Borders Elementary School, Holy Angels Catholic school, Cardinal Shehan School, and Saint James and John Catholic Elementary School have weekly programing focusing on STEAM topics.

Loyola Volunteers are needed to provide support during weekly STEAM programming, helping to facilitate the activities, providing homework help, and assisting the teachers in any way possible. Volunteers have the opportunity to engage with students during a variety of different activities. In the past these activities have included robotics, drones, creative art projects, and many other fun and enriching things.

Service Times: Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 3-6 p.m.

Abigail Donovan
Student Service Coordinator
410-617-2989
steamprogramsc@loyola.edu

Community Partner
Stephanie Flores-Koulish
Associate Professor
Loyola University Maryland School of Education

Tunbridge Public Charter School

Tunbridge Public Charter School was founded in 2010 and serves students in pre-kindergarten through grade 8. Tunbridge is operated by Afya Baltimore Inc. “Afya” is a Swahili word for health. Tunbridge focuses on the intellectual, physical and social/emotional health of students. Movement and action are at the heart of the school. Throughout the day, kids at Tunbridge play, sing, act, dance, create and perform. They also work hard on their academics, learning from expert teachers how to be good readers, writers, scientists and mathematicians. Service-learning students are paired with a specific teacher and will work with students and their teachers in the classroom, grading and filing papers, prepping materials for teachers, tutoring students with teacher prepared assignments, and supporting in the computer lab, gym, art, or after-school programs.

Loyola Student Service Coordinator
Sarah Hand
410-617-2989
servicelearning@loyola.edu

Community Partner
5504 York Road, Baltimore, MD 21212
Special Olympics of Maryland
www.afyabaltimore.org/tunbridge

U.S. Dream Academy

Through U.S. Dream Academy empowers children most at risk of future incarceration to believe in themselves and to succeed. Through innovative after-school and mentoring programs in 10 cities nationwide, U.S. Dream Academy offers research-based academic, social, and values programming to transform children into dreamers who envision and realize their potential. Service-learners support program activities and may work with students with specific speech/language learning needs.

Loyola Service-Learning Contact
Kate Figiel-Miller
kefigiel@loyola.edu

Community Partner
4849 Pimlico Road, Baltimore, MD 21215
Special Olympics of Maryland
www.usdreamacademy.org/about

Viva House Catholic Worker

Viva House Catholic Worker and soup kitchen opened in 1968 to be a refuge of hospitality and feed and welcome those in need. As part of the Catholic Worker national movement co-founded in New York in the 1930s by Dorothy Day, Loyola has long supported Baltimore workers Willa Bickham and her husband, Brendan Walsh with monthly food bag collections. Bags are donated and delivered to families in need in Southwest Baltimore. Each bag serves a family of four for three days.

Service Times:Bags should be delivered the second Tuesday of every month for Timonium Campus and second Tuesday of the month on Evergreen Campus. For a list of bag items and specific drop off dates and locations please contact vivasc@loyola.edu.

Loyola Student Service Coordinator
Honor Bowman
410-617-2989
vivasc@loyola.edu

Community Partner
Viva House Catholic Worker
26 S. Mount Street, Baltimore, MD 21223
410-233-0488

Walter P. Carter & Guilford Elementary/Middle School Acts4Youth Program

Acts4Youth conducts comprehensive mentoring programs for elementary and middle school boys and girls to nurture personal, social and spiritual development to see youth become more whole and thrive within their communities. Volunteers are needed for activities with afterschool boys and girls programs. In addition to Acts 4 Youth, both Guilford and Walter P. have daily and weekly opportunities for service related to literacy/reading tutoring, in-class math tutoring, and homework help.

Service Times: 

Acts4Youth Weekly, (Boys Program) Tuesday & Wednesday from 3:00-5:00 PM; (Girls Program) Thursday & Friday from 3:00-5:00 PM & 5:00-7:30 PM. 

Guilford Elementary Homework Program Tuesdays from 2:45-4:00 PM; Math Tutor Program Monday-Friday 8:00 AM- 2:30 PM. 

Loyola Student Service Coordinator
Eric Baker
410-617-2989
walterpcarter@loyola.edu

Community Partner
Walter P. Carter
Kevin Good, Acts4Youth Executive Director
P.O. Box 11068 Baltimore, MD 21212
443-527-9982
acts4youth@gmail.com

Community Partner
Guilford Elementary
Lauren Linn, Community School Coordinator
4520 York Road, Baltimore MD 21212
410-914-8044 llinn@strongcitybaltimore.org

The Weinberg Housing and Resource Center

A program of Catholic Charities, the Weinberg Housing and Resource Center (WHRC) is a low barrier emergency shelter that provides homeless services to over 275 adult men and women each night in the City of Baltimore, including shelter, convalescent care, breakfast and dinner, showers, laundry, case management and a variety of life skills and empowerment classes -- with a focused goal on assisting residents in obtaining permanent housing. Volunteers are needed to prepare evening meals, serve residents and get to know men and women who are overnight residents at the shelter.

Service Times: Evening meals, Sunday, Monday, Wednesday from 4:00-7:00 PM (includes travel time)

Loyola Student Service Coordinator
Julie Carlin
410-617-2989
weinbergsc@loyola.edu

Community Partner
Caitlin Balicki, Volunteer Manager
Weinberg Housing and Resource Center
620 Fallsway Baltimore, MD 21202
443-478-3777 x407
cbalicki@cc-md.org

York Road Partnership (YRP)

York Road Partnership (YRP) is a membership network of 20+ neighborhoods and affiliates promoting the vitality of Baltimore City’s York Road community as a desirable urban environment in which to live, shop, work and worship. Join the first Wednesday of every month at 7:15pm in St. Mary's Church Hall (5502 York Road, around back), or participate in York Road Community Days throughout the fall and spring.

Service Times: York Road Community Days will be October 8th, October 22nd, November 5th, and November 12th from 9:30am to 12:30pm.

Loyola Student Service Coordinator
Lena Haaf
410-617-2989
communitydays@loyola.edu

Community Partner
Marie M. Anderson
York Road Partnership
Weinberg Housing and Resource Center
5104 York Road Baltimore, MD 21218
410-617-1171
memcsweeney@loyola.edu
yorkroadpartnership.org