Help a Neighbor in Need
CHAI’s volunteering program encourages individuals of all ages to volunteer year round to help seniors and adults with disabilities remain safely and confidently in their own homes.
Check out our 2012-2013 Good Neighbor Day photo album and press coverage for a closer look at CHAI's one-time volunteering opportunities.
Register Today for CHAI's Adopt-a-Neighbor program!
In lieu of Fall 2013 Good Neighbor Day, we're excited to announce a new opportunity which will enable us to focus more on our community's most vulnerable population of senior citizens and adults with disabilities.
Volunteers of all ages and skill levels are needed two to four times during the year to help those in need in a more meaningful way. One of the greatest benefits to those we serve is companionship. Establishing an ongoing connection with individuals will deepen their experience. Duties will include weatherization of windows and yard maintenance. The first meeting must occur between November 17 and December 25, 2013. Volunteer on your own schedule, individually or as a VolunTeam.
Volunteers serve CHAI’s Senior Home Repair and Modification Program’s low to moderate income seniors and adult homeowners with disabilities, with repairs and modifications.
Click Here to view the Window Weatherization Training Video
To get started, please sign and print out our Volunteer Liability and Confidentiality Agreement.
If you live in northwest Baltimore City and want to get involved with your local community association, contact Kris Burnett at 410-500-5305 or email email@example.com.
Senior Volunteer Opportunities
If you are 55 or older, live in northwest Baltimore City, and want to get involved in the community, contact Molly Amster at 410-500-5302 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a senior adult or an adult with a disability, who would like to receive services from CHAI, call Yolanda Hobbs at 410-500-5316 or email email@example.com to learn if you qualify for assistance.
For senior adults and people with disabilities on a limited income, having the assistance of a volunteer to change a light bulb, check a smoke detector, or help with yard work can make a world of difference. For more information about Good Neighbor Day, call Molly Amster at 410-500-5317 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.