January 5, 2016 - We're so pleased to share that effective this week, the CVC is now formally operating as a program offering of Leadership Montgomery! Please pardon our dust as we work to bring our technologies together.
For more information, contact Sarah Burnett at email@example.com or 301-881-3333.
We are proud to work with the following County and State offices.Montgomery County Volunteer Center
12900 Middlebrook Road, Suite 1600
The Volunteer Center links people and groups who want to volunteer with nonprofits and government agencies needing volunteers, professional services, and in-kind contributions. The Center promotes volunteering and service and recognizes exemplary volunteer service in addition to helping nonprofits effectively utilize and retain volunteers. The Center presides at a critical place in County government as it works to leverage the resources of government, nonprofits, and the business community in the effective engagement of human, financial, and in-kind resources.
21 Maryland Avenue, Suite 330
The mission of the Office of Community Partnerships is to strengthen relationships between government and the residents it serves, with special focus on underserved and emerging communities and our neighbors in need. The OCP serves as a bridge builder between the County government and community organizations serving the residents of Montgomery County, working across the barriers of race, ethnicity, income, and religion that too often diminish communities.
301 W. Preston Street, 15th Floor
The Governor's Commission on Service and Volunteerism was created and appointed by the Governor in 1994 to review and approve all AmeriCorps State funding in Maryland and to serve as a body of ambassadors for service and volunteerism in local communities. With the Governor's approval, the Commission may apply to the Corporation for National and Community Service, the federal agency that manages AmeriCorps, and other public and private sources for additional funding.