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House of Ruth Childcare Volunteer

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House of Ruth Maryland

  • 5 people are interested
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We are seeking volunteers to assist with childcare during our evening therapeutic support groups. As part of our services, HRM offers trauma-informed therapy for kids and adults. The therapeutic support group is a critical piece of programming that allows clients to connect with one another and find strength and healing through community. The childcare volunteers would be responsible for supervising the younger children (ages 0-5) while their moms attend support group. Knowing that their children are being watched over by caring volunteers would allow our clients the freedom to focus on themselves and their own wellness for the duration of group. An ideal volunteer would have experience caring for young kids, be passionate about supporting survivors of IPV, and be able to offer consistency in their volunteer services (i.e. every other week). The ratio of children to volunteers would be no more than 3:1.

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About House of Ruth Maryland


2201 Argonne Drive, Baltimore, MD 21218, US

Mission Statement

The House of Ruth Maryland Leads the Fight to end violence against women and their children by confronting attitude, behaviors, and systems that perpetuate it, and by providing victims with the services they need to rebuild their lives safely and free of fear. Our vision is that one day, every woman in Maryland will be safe in her won home.


The House of Ruth Maryland was founded in May of 1977 by a coalition of women's organizations, religious groups, service providers, and elected officials to provide a safeohaven for victims of domestic violence and their children. In November of 1977, we opened Baltimore's first crisis shelter for these victims in a row house on North Calvert Street. Today the House of Ruth Maryland is recognized as one of the nation's most comprehensive domestic violence center and has a staff of more than ninety.

Children & Youth
Crisis Support


Mon Jan 03, 2022 - Sun Apr 03, 2022
05:45 PM - 08:45 PM


2201 Argonne DriveBaltimore, MD 21218



  • Youth Services
  • Child Care




  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • We ask that each volunteer commit to at least 6 months of service with our organization.

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