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2017 Volunteer Project

Saturday, March 25, 2017 | 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

The Volunteer Project for 2017 is full. Thank you to all our volunteers.

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Volunteer Project

In addition to networking with your peers and listening to expert speakers, attending HCCA’s Compliance Institute gives you the opportunity to help a Washington DC-area charity. Registration is free for this event and provides you with a volunteer t-shirt and snacks. It is a great networking opportunity with fellow conference attendees, speakers, and HCCA board members.  Be sure to select the volunteer project option on your registration form.


Volunteers will help prepare and package hygiene and toiletry kits. Volunteers will assist with the sorting of various toiletry items and pack them into kits for local organizations. The project involves standing. Please be sure to wear closed-toe, comfortable shoes.


About Volunteers of America Chesapeake

Volunteers of America Chesapeake, Inc. is a non-profit organization whose mission is to inspire self-reliance, dignity and hope through health and human services.


Founded in 1896 in Baltimore, MD Volunteers of America Chesapeake was one of the first branches of Volunteers of America - one of the nation's largest and most comprehensive human services organizations.


Through a dedicated and committed team of management, staff and volunteers and guided by our Core Values: Caring, Respect, Faith, Quality and Trust - Volunteers of America Chesapeake helps thousands of people each year throughout Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia at our more than 30 programs serving:

  • Those experiencing homelessness or at risk of becoming homeless
  • Individuals with mental illness
  • Individuals and families of individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities
  • Those in need of affordable housing
  • Those in need of supportive services
  • Those recovering from substance abuse addictions
  • Those involved in community corrections


For more information about volunteering, contact Beckie Smith at