Change a Child’s Life
All children need supportive, caring adults in their lives. You can make a difference. JCS volunteers can enrich the lives of children by being a mentor or by sharing their knowledge through academic tutoring.
Become a Jewish Big Brother or Big Sister
Share your time and attention with a Jewish child or teen in need of mentoring. A “Big” acts as a special friend to a “Little” by offering support, guidance and by engaging in a variety of experiences together at least 2 – 3 times per month. “Littles” range in age from 7-17. A one year commitment is required. Training and support are provided.
Mentors make a difference.
Read the Baltimore Jewish Times story, “100 Years, 100 (Thousand) Stories” that celebrates the 100th Anniversary of the Jewish Big Brother Big Sister program.
These videos highlight how our Big Brother Big Sister program changes lives.
|Big Sister Shelby shares her experience.||Big Brother Scott shares his experience.||Jeff shares what having a Big Brother meant to him.|
Read how one Big Brother tells how being a mentor has enriched his life. Click here.
Read one mother’s appreciation for how a mentor made a difference in her child’s life. Click here.
For more information on becoming a “Big” call Deb Hamburger at 410-843-7305 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be a Tutor
Help children succeed academically. Tutor students in the Jewish community with their secular and/or Judaic studies.
Request more information about being a volunteer or submit your volunteer application on-line with just a click of a button.