Jewish Used Books accepts donations of books in English of Jewish interest. Books are sold at the Saving Center at 4003 Seven Mile Lane and all of the money is donated to charity. For information about donating books, call Devora Schor at 410-358-5192.
The Baltimore Furniture Bank collects gently used furniture to distribute to people in need.
Vietnam Veterans of America accepts donations of clothing, household items and furniture. Pick-up can be scheduled online or by calling them.
The Loan Closet accepts and lends medical equipment to persons over 60 in Baltimore County at no fee; a deposit may be required. Limited hours are Monday and Thursdays from, 9:00-11:00 am.
Our clothing shed is open at both the Rosenbloom Owings Mills JCC and the Weinberg Park Heights JCC! Items accepted in tied plastic bags: clothing, shoes/sneakers, belts, purses, blankets/linens and stuffed animals. Your generous donation provides the essentials to CHANA clients. Drop off is anytime!
ACWIS develops philanthropic support for the Weizman Institute in Israel. The Weizman Institute is one of the world’s premier scientific research institutions.
The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, Inc. (JDC) serves the needs of Jews throughout the world, particularly where their lives as Jews are threatened or made more difficult. It sponsors programs of relief, rescue and renewal and helps Israel address its most urgent social challenges. It is committed to the idea that all Jews are […]
Meir Panim Relief Centers provide crucial aid and support via a broad range of programs and services. Some of these include dignified soup kitchens, refurbished housewares and electronics distribution centers, after-school youth clubs, a Holocaust survivors’ meals prgoram, and an empowerment program for battered women. Volunteers comprise the bulk of the staff.
Meir Panim Relief Centers in Israel provide crucial aid and support via a broad range of programs and services. Some of these include dignified soup kitchens, refurbished housewares and electronics distribution centers, after-school youth clubs, a Holocaust survivors’ meals program, and an empowerment program for battered women. Volunteers comprise the bulk of the staff.
Chaverim of Baltimore is a group of volunteers who help people in the community with non-accident, emergency and non-emergency automotive problems and home troubles.