Notre Dame Mission Volunteers

Organization Description: 

In 1995, NDMV sought a partnership with AmeriCorps to allow for an increase in the number of members, offering greater community service in financially-limited sites. This partnership formed Notre Dame Mission Volunteers-AmeriCorps. We have over 300 volunteers serving throughout the US.

Our main focus through is to find volunteers to serve internationally in Peru, Kenya, and Nigeria!

410-532-6864 x20
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403 Markland Ave
Baltimore, MD 21212
Mission Statement: 

At Notre Dame Mission Volunteers, we believe that education is the fundamental tool in the struggle of the poor for human dignity, self-esteem, and self-determination. We seek to build community among our members, as well as the people with whom we work by reaching out across culture and class. We are committed to helping people help themselves. Our goal is to promote and encourage education, community empowerment, leadership development and multicultural harmony in hopes of producing greater unity, less violence, and better-informed citizens in our communities.

Organizational Statement of Faith: 

Notre Dame Mission Volunteer Program, founded by the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur in 1992, has been placing volunteers at sites nationwide and around the world to work alongside God's people, especially the economically disadvantaged.

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