IVC Baltimore in the news…
Life After CCBC. Community College of Baltimore County Retiree Newsletter
“What would Francis do?” Ignatian Volunteers have the answer. The Catholic Review
Baltimore Internet Radio interviews Steve Eberle, Regional Director of IVC Baltimore. Baltimore Internet Radio
Great Runners and Perfect Weather Team Up. Maryland Province of Jesuits
Running for Others: Annual Ignatian 5k as a Spiritual Exercise. The Catholic Review
St. Ignatius Church and IVC Host Evening of Gratitude. Maryland Province of Jesuits
How Money Works. The Official Caroline Center Blog
Ignatian Volunteers Find Community in Serving the Poor. The Catholic Review
Center for Community Service and Justice Receives Ignatian Volunteer Corps Award
Ignatian Volunteers “Find God in All Things.” The Catholic Review
Spiritual Reflector Guide Volunteers Carefully and Prayerfully. The Catholic Review
Former Actor Takes on New Role as Volunteer. The Catholic Review
About IVC Baltimore
IVC’s roots are right here in Charm City. Since 1995, Ignatian Volunteers have been serving the needs of people experiencing poverty in Baltimore.
There is much work to be done. Baltimore City has one of the highest poverty rates in the country. Community nonprofit agencies do a remarkable job working to meet the extensive needs of people who are materially poor. However, there are simply not enough staff resources to meet the need. Ignatian Volunteers bring their lifetime of experiences and knowledge to these nonprofits and help them fill in those gaps.
If you ask an Ignatian Volunteer why she or he chooses to serve, you’ll often be told, “I am so grateful for God’s gifts in my life, and I want to give back.”
2019-2020 Volunteer Placements…
This year we welcome 52 Ignatian Volunteers to service with 22 placement sites. If you would like an Ignatian Volunteer to work at your agency, contact Steve Eberle at 410-752-4686.
This amazing video piece illustrates the impact of IVC on our volunteers & affiliated service organizations in Northern Virginia, Washington D.C, Metropolitan Maryland and Baltimore.