Every day, volunteers make a difference in the lives of children and families at Baltimore Child Abuse Center (BCAC).  This support is invaluable and increases our capacity to serve those in need. Volunteers spread our message as ambassadors, contribute to fundraising by serving on planning committees and at special events, and help behind the scenes with administrative tasks.

If you are interested in volunteering, please fill out this form and mail or email it to us.

If you have a question about volunteering, please contact Hilary or call 443-923-7024.

Hands-On Volunteer Opportunities

BCAC hosts monthly Administrative Volunteer Nights where volunteers help with mailings, data entry, filing, and other administrative tasks.

We also host community Events throughout the year.  Volunteers are needed to assist with set-up and break-down, registration, and more.

BCAC is looking for Community Outreach Volunteers. Community Outreach Volunteers will represent BCAC at events including fundraisers, health fairs, and other outreach events. This volunteer will share the mission of BCAC with the community by engaging event participants in conversation, answering questions, handing out information about BCAC, and collecting contact information. For the complete volunteer position description, click here.

Interested candidates should e-mail Hilary or call 443-923-7024.

Volunteer with the DIVAS

DIVAS (Developing Inner Values to Acquire Success) is Baltimore Child Abuse Center’s mentoring program for female youth ages 12-17. Our 15 week curriculum covers key topics such as self-esteem/empowerment, conflict resolution, communication, personal safety, career goals and community. An ideal volunteer is a caring, attentive, patient, trustworthy and responsible woman that serves as a positive role model and open ear to teenage girls who have experienced sexual abuse/trauma.

Click here to view the full job description.

Interested volunteers should complete this application and send completed application to Rosheda Harrell.

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Executive-Level Volunteer Opportunities

BCAC’s Board of Directors is comprised of volunteers representing various sectors of the community and is responsible for providing oversight, direction, and governance for the agency. Membership is a selective process requiring a full Board vote. For more information about the Board of Directors, contact the Development Department.