In 2013, Somebody Cares Baltimore hosted ServeFest, where more than 130 churches mobilized 4000+ volunteers to complete 190 projects in one day. In addition, the chapter coordinated four “Days of Hope” neighborhood rallies throughout the city, where “guests of honor” are treated to a time of food, music, celebration, prayer, and more. Throughout the year the homeless are offered “Bags of Hope.” The “I Can Do It” Music & Arts Camp served 100+ children with a fun and educational week of relief from the heat and violence of their neighborhood. All the programming was taught by professionals in the field of dance, music, and art. Read more!
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