The Ellicott City B&O Railroad Station Museum on Main Street in Ellicott City needs volunteers as greeters, grounds keepers, tour guides, researchers, historians, office assistants and model builders. Call (410) 461-1944.
March of Dimes needs to receive registration cards for its April 26th WalkAmerica, which were mailed to previous walkers so they could register early. Cards are needed to activate the sponsor sheets and help even organizers plan for food and transportation. For more information about the walk, call (410) 752-7990.
Mid-Town Churches Community Association needs volunteers to serve in several programs which include mentoring, education, employment and training and extra care program. Contact Violet Anderson, (410) 889-3001.
League for the Handicapped Inc. needs volunteers for many services at the League and at Camp Greentop. Call (410) 323-0500.
Baltimore County Department of Social Services is recruiting volunteers to serve as parent aids to help parents and children. Training and supervision will be provided. Call (410) 887-3134.
Saint Vincent's Center, Child and Family Care, located on Pot Spring Road in Timonium, needs volunteers at the Center and at Chara House, (pronounced Ka-rah, which is Greek for joy) in northwest Baltimore. Chara House is a group home for infants and toddlers with AIDS. Call (410) 252-4000.
Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Center, Inc. needs volunteers age 21 and over who will train for its speakers bureau or for emergency room help on call. Training is free. A small mileage allowance is paid. Call (410) 377-8111.
My Sister's Place, a day shelter for homeless women, needs volunteers who will commit to a full or half day once a week to assist as a greeter, host, in the clothing, bath and laundry areas. For training information call Lyn Cameron, (410) 727-3523.
Johmins Community Health Resources Inc. is a non-profit minority community health education and information organization seeking volunteers to do grant writing and perform general office duties. Call Minnie C. Slaughter, (410) 358-5471.
Offenders Aid and Restoration of Baltimore Inc. (O.A.R.) wants volunteers to work one-to-one with ex-offenders. Those who want criminal justice system experience or those who just want to help people are welcome. For more information contact Dave Eberhardt, 637-1066 or 637-1067.