Baltimore senior Danielle Veney makes giving back part of her everyday life and is truly inspirational at such a young age. She spends four hundred dollars of her own earnings on supplies for homeless kids each year. She is also starting a faith-based nonprofit to provide mentors to at-risk youth.
Sister Hilda Marie Sutherland, who is over 80 years old, traveled with students to NJ. They volunteered their time to help Hurricane Sandy victims get back on their feet. Will you still be volunteering when you are 80?
Thank you to all our troops who serve us, especially those who are deployed during the holiday season! Army Chaplain Father Tyson Wood supports soldiers missing home at Christmas, and it will be the third Christmas he will spend on deployment himself.
Allison Miller, a Notre Dame Mission volunteer, provides reading intervention at Julie Community Center in Baltimore, where she is a youth activities enrichment coordinator. The Notre Dame Mission Volunteers was founded to promote literacy
KidzTable, a St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore program, connects workforce development to providing healthy meals. About 90% of KidzTable clients are in parts of the city lacking access to fresh produce.
Pro-life enthusiasts carry a Pro-Life Rosary through the streets of Annapolis as they join others in Maryland March For Life March 10. The message that “adoption is a beautiful act of love” was at the heart of this year’s march.