Completed Projects

Building Imagination Stage for Homeschooled Students

We built a stage in the woods at the Community Ecology Institute for homeschooled students to learn and perform. Volunteers were on the property building the Imagination Stage in groups of five across multiple shifts. They not only built the stage but also built six benches to go along with it.

Election Judge Officials

Trajan Mulinazzi worked closely with the Howard County Board of Elections and VolunTeens to keep all polling places open across our county. Our VolunTeens volunteers stepped up and we were able to register 30 new election judge officials. They then showed up on multiple voting days all across the county to work in election sites.

Maker Space Mural

We painted a mural at the Freetown Farms maker space, where kids can come and channel their creativity into carpentry, blacksmithing, and pottery projects.

First Virtual Volunteer fair

The fair was held on July 15th from 2-3:30 over Zoom to connect teens with nonprofits from across the county, including the Community Action Council, Special Olympics, Meals on Wheels, Student Voices of HoCo, and many more! We had over 100 people tune in and they were able to ask questions and talk one on one with many local nonprofits to find one that fits their interests.

Fall Clean-Up Campaign

The Fall Clean-Up Campaign was a group effort led by Tuscan Mulinazzi to provide leaf cleaning services for elderly/ disabled/low-income individuals. Over the course of 5 weeks, with the help of the Village of Howard, our volunteers were able to contact and service over 40 houses.

Community Garden Mural

We painted an interactive mural at the Freetown Farm’s workshed where community members can come and write down what they are growing in their backyard gardens. County executive Dr. Clavin Ball was the first one to write on the mural!

Second Virtual Volunteer fair

The fair was held on July 15th from 2-3:30 over Zoom to connect teens with nonprofits from across the county, including the Community Action Council, Special Olympics, Meals on Wheels, Student Voices of HoCo, and many more! We had over 100 people tune in and they were able to ask questions and talk one on one with many local nonprofits to find one that fits their interests.