Volunteer involvement is vital to the success of our mission and the enrichment of our students. 

Become A Mentor


Acts4Youth provides volunteers with a variety of ways to mentor youth. All mentors should bring a sense of passion, some experience and cultural awareness, strong character and maturity, humility and a reverence for all people and a willingness to learn.


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Allies for High School Students

Men and Women needed to develop trusting relationships with male high school students and help them navigate challenging transitions into young adulthood. Allies meet with students during select large group meetings and in some cases outside of these sessions. Allies are matched with students based on their interest and needs for assistance with financial planning, job preparation/networking, college exploration and or vocational exploration.

Good fit for mature adults with life experiences and knowledge in related areas (see above), strong character,  supportive of Christian Faith, good listening and communication skills, ability to network.  Ability to commit to a minimum of 4 large group meetings and the possibility of 3-4 other sessions.


Small Group Leaders (Elementary and Middle School Boys and Girls)

Men and Women needed to build rapport and lead small group activities and discussions with elementary or middle school students one weeknight each week during the school year. Meetings take place at one of Acts4Youth’s partner churches typically located in North Baltimore. A typical evening lasts 2 1/2 hours and follows this format:

  • Dinner and announcements
  • Lesson
  • Break into small groups to discuss the lesson
  • Games and activities
  • Drive students home

Good fit for patient and energetic adults (16 or older) with experience interacting with youth. Good conversational and instructional skills are helpful along with a growing relationship with God. Mentors with cars and a willingness to take a few students home are preferred. We ask that mentors commit to one school year and be able to attend most evening meetings. 


After School Assistants (Elementary and Middle School Boys and Girls)

Men and Women needed to help assist our staff by participating in our character counts lessons, recess and enrichment lessons. Enrichment lessons typically involve sports, drama, dance, spoken word and video production.

Good fit for outgoing and energetic volunteers (over 14 years of age) who can support the Christian Faith and enjoy participating with youth while instructing.  Assistants should be able to commit to coming one day a week to one of our partner schools in North Baltimore City from 3-5 PM for at least three months, but a school year is preferred.





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Other Opportunities

There are a variety of areas in which you can get volunteer. We encourage people with a wide range of talents to get involved in our programs, as every bit of help makes a difference.

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  • Provide and/or serve food - The evening program needs volunteers to provide a meal for 10 - 20 people (boys and leaders), and, if desired, serve the food and/or share a meal with the boys and leaders. There are some restrictions on the type of food that may be supplied.
  • Event Planning 
  • Graphic Design 
  • SAT prep tutoring 

    If you have skills and talents you would like to contribute, please complete a volunteer interest form and someone will contact you.

Want to get involved?

We are always in need of dedicated volunteers to help support our mission. If you are interested in getting involved, please fill out the appropriate forms below.

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