Directory of SOURCE Partnering Community-Based Organizations
SOURCE partners with more than 100 Community-Based Organizations (CBOs) in Baltimore City. CBOs provide meaningful community engagement activities for our students, faculty and staff, including one-time service projects, long-term projects, scholarly projects, internships, FWS positions, short-term consultant projects and more.
Read the "Tips to Volunteering Sensibly" list.
Read the SOURCE Disclaimer (in pdf format).
Find out how to travel to our partnering community-based organizations, "plus safety tips".
Let us know the outcome by reporting your service hours or providing feedback via Hopkins Engage.
Explore our Interactive Partner Map to discover more about partner organizations.
The contact information for our partnering CBOs is subject to change. If you need assistance in contacting an organization, please let us know. We are also available if you need some guidance in choosing a site. 410-955-3880, SOURCE@jhu.edu.
Henderson-Hopkins is looking for volunteers every Friday to support the Henderson-Hopkins’ Food Distribution program for a one-time or an on-going volunteer opportunity.
The School's mission is to provide a comprehensive and coordinated educational program for children in grades pre-K through 8th. The School is a Baltimore City Public School.
Commodore John Rodgers Elementary/Middle is a recent Baltimore success story. In 2010, we were labeled a "Turnaround" School due to poor academic performance and safety concerns. In fact, the Baltimore Sun ranked the school 872 out of 875 total schools in Maryland. However, in only five years, after being projected to have 210 students enrolled in 2010, we now have 702 students enrolled, and we are growing by the day! We believe that this is a stamp of approval from families that we are on the right track toward turning Commodore around.
Thread understands that children growing up in concentrated poverty need more than just improved financial resources or better classrooms; they need the same unassailable support and deep interpersonal bonds that we all need. Thread builds these bonds for students, volunteers and collaborators.
Wolfe Street Academy is a public charter school offering pre-kindergarten through 5th grade. It is operated by the Baltimore Curriculum Project, a local nonprofit organization. The school works in cooperation with the entire community to offer rigorous instruction, efficient management practices, and a culture of excellence.