Anne Arundel police
Volunteers are needed for the reserve officer program. This is a uniformed position to assist sworn officers in traffic control, administrative duties, community relations, etc. Prospective volunteers must be older than 21 and undergo a criminal background check. Hours are flexible. Reserve officers work all hours of the day and on weekends. A minimum of 16 service hours per month is required, and volunteers can be placed at any of the four district stations. Information: 410-222-0042 or aacounty.org/policehttp://aacounty.org/police.
Volunteers with pickup trucks are needed to pick up donations during the day and help with phones, copying and other office duties at the Anne Arundel Food Bank. Information: 410-923-4255, firstname.lastname@example.org or go to aafoodbank.org.
Head Start programs
Volunteers 18 and older are needed at seven sites throughout the county to serve as classroom assistants, informal mentors of students and families, and as story-time readers. Medical and background checks are required. Translators, primarily Spanish, are needed to assist Head Start teachers with home visits and handbook/program presentations to families. To volunteer and for more information, call 410-626-1900 or go to aaccaa.org.
My Brother's Pantry
Nonprofit, located on the grounds of College Parkway Baptist Church in Arnold, needs volunteers to work in the pantry to help with donated food and other items. Information: 410-757-5190.
Volunteers are needed to drop off donations Monday through Friday for Salvation Army food pantries in Annapolis and Glen Burnie. Suggested items include nonperishable canned goods and boxed food; toiletries are also welcome. Groups that hold food drives can make arrangements to have the food picked up. Information: 410-263-4091.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun