How To Become a Volunteer

Volunteer At Maryland Crime Victims' Resource Center

Office volunteer, Mrs. Yolande Anderson, prepares to respond to a victim.

The Maryland Crime Victims’ Resource Center utilizes volunteers as well a limited number of full-time and part-time staff in key positions. Please consider becoming one of our volunteers. Listed below are some of the service positions that our volunteers fulfill:

Court Accompaniment – Assist victims through the criminal justice process by providing accompaniment and support at criminal justice proceedings.

Special Events – Help with organizing and setting up special events, such as media conferences, fundraisers and banquets.

Office Assistance – Work alongside our key staff by providing office assistance as your time allows. Schedules are flexible to match your availability.

Community Events – Staff neighborhood gatherings, and other events as needed to provide more information about The Maryland Crime Victims’ Resource Center.

Pro Bono Assistance – Attorneys to provide pro bono assistance to crime victims experienceing civil matters (i.e. custody, divorce, Criminal Injuries Compensation Board appeal hearings, etc.) that are a result of the victimzation.