Two agencies need assistance with child care

Volunteers/Where good neighbors get together

January 14, 1992

CURRENT volunteers' needs and news:

Maryland Committee for Children Inc. wants volunteers to work on committees on behalf of children and families to improve the availability, affordability and quality of child care opportunities. Volunteers are needed in its library, public policy committees and with fund-raising. Call Stephanie S. Sargent, 752-7588.

Parents Anonymous needs child care volunteers for the Anne Arundel County area, Fort Meade, Glen Burnie and Severna Park and for the Randallstown area. For details, call Pam Robinson, 728-7021.

Camp Fire Boys and Girls, Chesapeake Council, wants volunteers of all ages to assist with programs. For details, call 462-4100.

James Lawrence Kernan Hospital wants volunteers in many areas. Call Robbie E. Torres, 448-2500, Ext. 425, for details.

Baltimore club of the National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women Inc. wants volunteers and food contributions to be distributed by a group that travels throughout Baltimore feeding the hungry homeless. For details, call Wendy Moore, 752-8623 or A. Bernice S. Hunley, club president, at 542-0978.

Central Maryland Red Cross needs volunteer translators to translate forms from English to German and translators from Russian and Polish to English. Those who have any special knowledge of name variation are also needed. Call 764-4602.

Jewish Community Center's Family to Family Program needs volunteer host families for new immigrant families from the former Soviet Union. About 1,000 to 1,200 Jewish immigrants are expected to arrive in Baltimore by the end of June. To volunteer, call Inna Giller or Dr. Rosalynde Sobie, 542-4900.

Baltimore Area Visitors Center wants volunteer information guides at their offices downtown and in the Harborplace information kiosk. Schedules are flexible. Four hours a week commitment is required. Call 659-7066 for details.

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