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Our bi-annual, virtual community service projects are designed to pay it forward while serving a global community. Our mission is to turn our collective pain into purpose and make an impact, and anyone is welcome to participate.

If you’re interested in volunteering for one of our bi-annual projects, or, if you would like for TheWISEorg to provide service of some sort within your community, please email info@thewiseorg.org

*NOTE: We are currently planning and developing our virtual volunteer challenges for 2021. Please check back for updates and details.

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See our annual service synopses from previous years:

 

Year 2018

1) TheWISEorg provided 150 homeless women, men and children, housed at Sarah’s Hope Mount Street shelter, with a tasty, hearty and warm meal.  To be more specific, TheWISEorg prepared, cooked and feed 150 homeless families; 2) TheWISEorg provided 20 women seeking mental-mobility a 3.5 hour workshop teaching best practices for specific skill development, particularly pertaining to the impact of healthy relationships and circumstantial situationships on their mental health; 3) Prepped, cooked, and packaged food and drinks to feed over 100 homeless persons in partnership with My Sister’s Place/Catholic Charities; and 4) Provided 10 weeks of educational and resource development such as art therapy programs, life coaching, soft-skill development, workforce development and more for 8 women housed in a domestic violence prevention safe home (House of Ruth, MD), transition homes, and more. In 2018 alone, we completed over 100 hours of volunteer service and activities geared towards individual, community and mental health development, serving approximately 1,200 persons.

 

Year 2017

(1) TheWISEorg provided 10 victims of domestic violence, housed at a House of Ruth safe-home shelter, with a 3.5 hour beauty workshop teaching best practices for specific skill development, particularly pertaining to proper makeup application techniques, skin/hair care regiments, and more.  Participants were also provided a care package of products for continued care and maintenance; 2) Packaged 600 boxes of dry and canned foods for seniors to be distributed throughout the state of MD in partnership with the MD Food Bank.  Food items included: cereal, vegetables, rice, juice and more; 3) Prepped, cooked, and packaged food and drinks to feed over 250 homeless persons in partnership with Martha’s Table; 4) Cleaned and soiled vegetable gardens at the Catonsville Emergency Assistance Organization in preparation for harvesting vegetables to feed homeless persons in Baltimore City and surrounding areas; 5) Provided 8-10 weeks of educational and resource development such as art therapy programs, life coaching, soft-skill development, workforce development and more for 8 women housed in a southern MD transition home; and more. In 2017 alone, we completed over 100 hours of volunteer service and activities geared towards community and individual development, serving approximately 1,200 persons.