DONATE: As a nonprofit organization, Intersection of Change relies on volunteers and charitable donations from individuals and businesses along with grants from foundations, corporations, and government agencies. With these contributions, no matter how small, we are able to provide services to the residents of our neighborhood.
Intersection of Change is rated at the platinum level with nonprofit rating organization Guide Star.
To make a donation, please make checks payable to “Intersection of Change” and mail to:
Intersection of Change l P.O. Box 12764 l Baltimore MD 21217.
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VOLUNTEER/SUPPORT: Volunteers are critical to the success of Intersection of Change and our Martha’s Place, Jubilee Arts, and Strength to Love II programs. Volunteers have helped us achieve tremendous accomplishments since 1996 and continue to play a vital role in our ongoing work.
Listed below are general and program specific areas for volunteering and supporting our work. To get involved contact Xanthe Key at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 410.728.2227.
Intersection of Change:
- Art@Work celebration: This summer our Jubilee Arts program will again partner with Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts and YouthWorks to offer Art@Work which hires 80 teenagers and 8 professional artists to create 8 prominent murals over a five week period in the summer. This year’s sites will include four murals in the Resevoir Hill community and four in the Waverly community. While project expenses have been raised to cover all wages for the participating teens, artists, and administrative work, we still need $4,000 in donations or in-kind contributions to hold the end of project unveiling on July 28 which includes trolley tours and food.
- House Party: If you love the work we do and also like entertaining at your home, please consider hosting an art house party to support our Jubilee Arts program. Our staff will help prepare an art activity and then simply invite friends and family from your networks to come support a good cause while having fun.
- Gardening/landscaping: Help keep our many greenspaces looking great with weeding, mulching, pruning, and planting support
- Fundraising: Join us as a team member as we work to engage donors and sponsors for our four annual fundraisers. Roles range from networking with potential supporters to logistics to make sure our events turn out great.
- Board of Directors: Want to be engaged in the promotion, management, fundraising, and planning of our work? Consider joining our board of directors!
- Employment assistance: Martha’s Place clients often face considerable challenges obtaining employment which presents difficulty in achieving independent living. Volunteers are sought to help with employment assistance, resume writing, and networking Martha’s Place women to jobs.
- Office support: Martha’s Place is looking for volunteers to assist with office support. This position is not as boring as it sounds–if you consider yourself to be good with computers, highly organized, and patient, this position is for you!
- Special programming: Provide activities on topics such as creative writing, nutrition, cooking, fitness, meditation, etc.
- Teaching Assistance: Support needed for our youth art and dance classes
- Summer Program: Volunteer as a teaching assistant in our summer art classes run from June 19th – August 4th.
- Fashion/Sewing: Tuesdays 3:30-5p
- Field Trips: Wednesdays, Morning times will vary
- Clay: Thursday, 3:30-5p
- Capoeira Angola: Wednesday, 3:30-5p
- Dinner Server: Help needed to serve dinner daily
- Youth In Business: Help connect youth to sales opportunities, chaperone youth to sales, connect youth with promotional and marketing opportunities
- Administrative: filing, data entry, fundraising support
Strength to Love II:
- Farm work: Tasks include planting and harvesting crops, laying mulch, clearing of debris, and other farming activity. This position requires hard work, but it will definitely make a difference. The perfect candidate doesn’t need any gardening experience, but must possess a drive for hard work. You must also have access to your own gardening gloves. Other materials will be provided. Recommended dress is closed toed shoes, long pants (that you wouldn’t mind getting dirty), and a long sleeve t-shirt. The best volunteers are able to listen, take direction, and aren’t afraid of getting their hands dirty!
- Administrative Assistance: We are looking for someone who is experienced in filing and updating records and general office procedures. Duties also include using simple spreadsheets completion and mail responsibilities. This position is great for college students and adults who are curious about non-profits.