COVID-19 Opportunities to Help – UPDATED 4.23.20

To help local organizations and nonprofits during this time of COVID-19 and all the uncertainty it brings, LBC will continually update a list of donation opportunities, mask requests, call for volunteers and other opportunities to help the community.

If you have something to share, please send the details to Lauren Taylor.


The Arc Baltimore

Needs donations of masks (watch this video for directions) for their clients and staff in more than 100 homes. Also has a wish list of items like board games, art supplies and cleaning products.

Contact Debbie Staigerwald to coordinate mask drop off at The Arc Baltimore, 7215 York Road in Towson.


Baltimore Community Mediation Center

Needs donations to fund their work. The also offer a variety of community-building online events, including yoga and mindful meditation, and has a list of COVID-19 resources.


Board of Child Care

Needs donations of masks (find directions here) and other gear to protect their children and staff.


CASA of Baltimore County

Needs donations of gift cards to local food stores, Target or Walmart to support their older kids in independent living situations.

Mail gift cards to Jennifer Stine, LBC ’17 at CASA of Baltimore County, 305 W. Chesapeake Ave. #117, Towson, MD 21204.


Fire Museum of Maryland

Needs donations due to loss of visitor income.


Helping Up Mission

Needs donations of bottled water and masks, which can be mailed to them.

Maryland Food Bank

Needs healthy people to volunteer as individuals or small groups. Volunteers ages 13-60 are welcome and safety practices/social distancing are in place. They are also accepting donations to help with the increased demand they’re experiencing.


National Kidney Foundation Serving Maryland and Delaware      NEW 4.8.20

Needs donations to fund their Patient Emergency Assistance program, which supports transportation, food, medical equipment, etc.


St. Peter’s Adult Learning Center      NEW 4.8.20

St. Peter’s Adult Learning Center is open to opportunities for its staff to assist or support other nonprofit organizations during the pandemic. Potential ideas could be delivering supplies and calling people to provide support. LBC alumni can reach out to Executive Director Chip Woods, LBC ’05 with their ideas.