Why do we serve?
We serve to share with them the blessing of a broader, deeper faith through serving society’s least, last, and lost. The Bible says, "Remember the poor," and that's exactly what we intend to do! We hope that you'll partner with us through serving your time, donating your goods, or being a friendly encourager to our guests
How can I help?
Volunteer your time: (Click the links below to find out more information about the position and sign-up for a time slot!)
Volunteer your resources: (Collecting items in the lobby in bins.)
Toiletries (Travel - Size Mens)
Candy, Candy, Candy - We are collecting candy because its yummy! Also, it helps our guests who are struggling with addiction. Keeping it at the facilitator desks allows us to engage in more conversations.
Twin Size Sheet Sets - May be gently used. Need about 5 matching sets.
What is Winter Relief?
To keep those experiencing homelessness in the Baltimore/Annapolis corridor from freezing to death during the Winter months and to show them the Divine’s love in simple practical ways during our time together.
We serve up to 50 homeless adults (18 years of age or older) from Anne Arundel County. All Program Participants must comply with all program policies, procedures, guidelines, and a daily breathalyzer test.
Who is the Arundel House of Hope?
The Arundel House of Hope (AHOH) is a non-profit ecumenical organization that provides emergency, transitional, and permanent affordable housing for the poor and those experiencing homelessness in Anne Arundel County. SCC supports the AHOH Winter Relief program by providing the facility, volunteers, food, and transportation for one week during the season.
If you wish to financially support this incredible outreach opportunity, please indicate "Winter Relief" on your check or envelope and place it in a giving basket or give online and write "Winter Relief" in the notes section! If you have questions or would like to lead an area, please contact the office at firstname.lastname@example.org