Service to our under-resourced neighbors is at the core of our mission. When you volunteer with Seton Center, you take part in bringing about meaningful, enduring change in their lives. You’ll serve with other caring, committed people who share your passion to help build a stronger community.
- Outreach Office Reception
- Family Store Saturday Cashier
- Seasonal Helping Hands Program Sponsors
- Build Your Resource Program Workshop Presenters
- Getting Ahead Program Meal and Curriculum Sponsors
- Staying Ahead Program Social Capital Connecters
- Prayer Warriors
- Board of Director and Committee Members
For more information, please contact Seton Center, Inc.’s Manager of
Volunteer Resources Missy Miller at 301.447.6102 x 18 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Verna Seiss currently serves as an Outreach Office Receptionist. But with her 25-year history, she’s been a part of nearly every program. Thank you Verna for your faithful and caring service!
How to volunteer
Seton Center uses an application process that helps us find the best fit for your skills while also ensuring the safety of our clients, customers, staff and fellow volunteers. To join our amazing team:
Already a volunteer and need to submit your hours?
New Volunteer Partner – RSVP of Frederick County
Seton Center has renewed a partnership with RSVP (Retired Seniors Volunteer Program) of Frederick. Together, we look forward to a long and fruitful partnership in helping volunteers find service opportunities that are fulfilling and life-changing. If you’re 55 or over and are interested in becoming an RSVP member, either through service at Seton Center or another site, contact Program Consultant Shazia Faridi at 301.600.7900 or email@example.com about the perks and opportunities.
But if you have a special talent that could expand our abilities to serve the community, we’d love to hear about it!
Volunteer Marta Hillis is ready to hang clothes that were donated to Seton Family Store.