Intersection of Change
Function of Organization/Site:
Intersection of Change is a community based nonprofit in Baltimore, MD founded in 1996 to serve Baltimore’s Sandtown-Winchester and Upton communities. These and the surrounding communities have struggled for many years with major issues related to poverty and Newborn has responded with a mission to preserve and enrich life in these communities by providing services that enable residents to meet their material, social, and spiritual needs.
Presently, Intersection of Change strives for the revitalization of the 1900 and 2000 blocks of Pennsylvania Ave; through renovations, murals, creation of green space, and special events.
Volunteers are regularly needed to work with Martha’s Place, and Jubilee Arts Program. There are ongoing and one-time opportunities with each program.
Jubilee Arts Program has opportunities for volunteers as:
- Teacher’s Aid
- Weekly Art Table Volunteers
- Administrative Support Volunteers
Volunteer with the Jubilee Arts Program.
Purchase tshirts from the Jubilee Arts Youth in Business Program.
Martha’s Place has opportunities for volunteers as:
- House Managers
- Office Support Volunteers
- Garden Maintenance Volunteers
- Meal Preparers (Wednesday Meal Events)
- Facilitators of Group Discussion (Wednesday Meal Events)
Martha's Place Contact: Patty Prasada-Rao, pattyPR@marthasplace.org
Volunteer at Martha's Place.
Intersection of Change can be accessed via public transportation. On the Subway/Metro: Upton Station is one block from the site.