COVID-19 has shown the light on how important access to food and how big the issue is at hand when it comes to food security. HARBEL now provides since March 2020, grab and go meals and fresh produce. 2 times a week, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Volunteers are needed 2 days a week to assist in bagging pre-made meals, assisting with loading of food deliveries and providing the meals and fresh produce to individuals as they arrive to the station. HARBEL serves between 300-400 individuals per week.
HARBEL IS A CARING MULTIPURPOSE ORGANIZATION THAT WORKS TO BUILD AND SUPPORT OUR COMMUNITIES THROUGH SERVICE, ADVOCACY, AND EMPOWERMENT.
HARBEL provides three pillars of service.
Citizen On Patrol
Park and Community Revitalization
Pantry and Food Distribution
Safety and Neighborhood Forums
and additional support as needed
Prevention and Rehabilitation
Free community-based substance abuse prevention groups in Northeast Baltimore City for upper elementary and middle school students
Community education through displays and presentations
Enhanced GED program for adult substance abuse clients
School-based individual and group substance abuse and prevention counseling
On site individual, family and group substance abuse and prevention counseling
Specialized treatment services for DUI/DWI offenders and those with juvenile or criminal justice involvement
1st time home buyers counseling
Financial literacy and credit counseling
Children & Youth
We'll work with your schedule.
5807 Harford RoadBaltimore, MD21214
November 27, 2020
Food Delivery / Distribution
Must be at least 18
Orientation or Training
2-4 hours a week
Volunteers are required to practice CDC guidelines. Wearing a mask at all times, in some instances gloves and practicing social distancing. Additional masks are available and will be provided on site, as well as gloves.