Feathers and Friends Wildlife Rehab Center will hold a meeting for those interested in volunteering at the center. 6 p.m. April 14, 8700 Dyson Rd., Brandywine. 301-542-3012.

Accokeek Foundation seeks volunteers for its museum garden program April through November. 301-283-2113 or volunteers@
accokeek.org
.

American Cancer Society offers volunteer training in all three Southern Maryland counties. 301-261-6000 or 888-603-4304.

Calvert Healthcare Solutions needs help with fundraising activities and events. Raymon Noble at 410-414-5628 or rnoble@
chesapeake.net
.

Alternatives for Youth and Families needs foster parents in Southern Maryland. Sarah at 301-884-0312, Ext. 122.

Best Buddies-Southern Maryland seeks volunteers 18 and older to create one-on-one friendships with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. 301-374-2450.

MetroPets Online needs volunteers to promote the adoption of homeless animals and the well-being of companion animals in the Washington area. Call 301-873-0846 or go to www.metropets.org .

Boys & Girls Club of Southern Maryland needs volunteers for the following positions: parent volunteers to support programs and activities; committee members; committee leaders; and board members. Contact Shefa Nola Benoit at infor@bgcsm.net.

Calvert Meals on Wheels needs volunteer drivers to help deliver meals to the homebound. 410-535-4606 or 301-855-1170.

Project Echo, a shelter for homeless people in Prince Frederick, needs volunteers to staff a shift or help serve a meal. Volunteers must commit to four hours a month. Call Lori Hony at 410-257-0003 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. or leave a message noting the best time to be contacted.

Center for Abused Persons needs on-call volunteers 21 and older to assist and support victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Training is provided. Alisa at 301-645-9387 or 301-645-8994.

Spring Dell Center needs volunteers to assist developmentally disabled people during lunch. Debbie at 301-870-3758 or 301-932-1601.

Charles County Cooperative Ministry on Aging needs volunteers to help with its Meals on Wheels and Telephone Reassurance programs. Volunteers are also needed to serve on the board. Mildred Barnes at 301-392-6325.

Historic St. Mary’s City needs volunteers to help with the gardens, maintain and sail a tall ship, greet visitors and host special events. 240-895-4991 or hsmc@smcm.edu.

Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum needs volunteers for its Family Discovery Room, museum shop, education programs, the Louis L. Goldstein Gallery and garden restoration. Volunteers can also work with archaeologists and conservators at the Maryland Archaeological Conservation Laboratory. Jean Campbell, 410-586-8501.

St. Clement’s Island-Potomac River Museum at Coltons Point needs volunteers to assist with student and group tours, weekend visitors, special events and the museum store. 301-769-2222 or www.stmarysmd.com/recreate/museums.

Mattawoman Creek Art Center is seeking volunteers. Visit the center at Smallwood State Park 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Fridays through Sundays, or call 301-743-5159.

Calvert County fire/rescue and emergency medical service stations need volunteers. Kim Jones, 410-535-1600, Ext. 2668, or 443-532-5315.

FLOW Mentoring in St. Mary’s County schools needs volunteers to mentor children in elementary schools. 301-475-5511, Ext. 145, srtyson@smcps.org or www.smcps.org/mentor.

Calvert Hospice needs volunteers. Call Ann Lavezzo, 410-535-0892 or www.calverthospice.org.

Golden Retriever Rescue of Southern Maryland needs temporary foster families. All costs paid by the group. Dogs must be kept in homes. 301-994-0132 or contact@
goldenretrieverrescueofsouthernmaryland.org
.

Calvert County Historical Society needs volunteers to develop, plan and prepare exhibits for Linden House, 70 Church St., Prince Frederick. Library and archival support also needed. 410-535-2452.

Trico Corp. needs volunteers in its Lexington Park and Waldorf offices. Donated art supplies are also needed. Trico is an outpatient mental health and psychiatric rehabilitation clinic that provides care regardless of a client’s ability to pay. Joe Ashworth, 301-862-4966.

Melwood’s Kamp A-Kom-Plish needs volunteers to assist with the therapeutic and general equestrian programs. Work with students and horses and help with facility upkeep, administrative duties and daily barn maintenance. 301-870-3226, Ext. 2291, dfleisher@melwood.org or www.kampakomplish.org.

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