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HoCo Summer Kindness Challenge (June Edition)
Community Resources and Services - Special Events/Projects


Now that more people are getting vaccinated and restrictions are being lifted, we are all beginning to plan for our "new normal" and make a fresh start.

The silver lining of the pandemic is that we all witnessed various Random Acts of Kindness over the course of many difficult and bleak months. Whether you were the person involved in the act (performing or receiving kindness) or just witnessed kindness, it allowed us to become mindful by embracing a positive emotion in real time. In addition, acts of kindness creates a "ripple effect" and for every act of kindness you perform, another person will "pay it forward" by being kind.

Therefore, the Howard County Office on Aging & Independence is kicking off a HoCo Summer Kindness Challenge. We are asking the community to take part in performing acts of kindness throughout the summer. The more people to take the challenge the kinder, safer, and more engaged Howard County will become!

So, become a "kindness ambassador" by signing up to take the challenge and begin to observe the impact you make as the "ripple effect" spreads.

With your sign-up, you will receive an email with the kindness challenges for the month of June.

Please be sure to check back on the volunteer website to register for the July and August challenges.


Dates: 05/20/2021 - 08/31/2021

Unlimited Positions available!



Location Description:

Contact Info

Darlene Vaselaros


(410) 313-5951


Opp Available Positions:

Wii Bowling Manager
Community Resources and Services - Senior Centers


Do you enjoy playing Wii? Are you ready to establish your "new norm"?

Then come volunteer at Howard County Office on Aging and Independence's Elkridge 50+ Center to manage their Wii Bowling program on Wednesday mornings. Volunteer must have a passion for the game and be able to encourage others to share your passion by getting seniors to participate in playing.

The program is set-up in a safe environment that will require wearing masks and gloves, and maintaining the required social distancing.

- Set-Up and break down of Wii
- Set-up players
- Encourage and support 50+ Center members to play for on hour every Wednesday morning

- Experience in playing Wii Bowling
- Be able to set-up players independently
- Good communication skills
- Must be 18 years or older

- Elkridge 50+Center
(6540 Washington Blvd, Elkridge 21075)

- Every Wednesday
-10 am-11 am


Minimum age: 18


Ongoing Opportunity

2 Positions available!

Contact Info

Jeannie DeCray


(410) 313-5175


Opp Available Positions: 2

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