You Make a Difference

Winter Growth’s success can be attributed to its dedicated staff members and supportive families as well as to the many generous members of the community who contribute to the work that we do. The support of volunteers in particular has made it possible for Winter Growth to exceed licensing standards and offer programs that focus on the unique needs and interests of the people we serve.

YOU are invited to become a part of our mission to help seniors and adults with disabilities continue to achieve their highest potential for independence, dignity, and life satisfaction.

Group Opportunities

  • Conduct a Technology Class(es) and help our seniors become more comfortable with tasks such as sending and responding to emails, using search engines, and creating word documents.
  • Come in and host a holiday or other event such as a Sip and Paint, Tailgate Party, Fall Festival, Deck the Halls decorating day, or Carnival.
  • Lend a hand with everyday fun, such as physical or learning activities, serving and cleaning up during snack or lunchtime, gardening, playing board games or bingo, creating craft projects, or just spending time getting to know our clients.
  • Share your talents and interests! Play an instrument? We love listening and dancing to different types of music. Have a special hobby? Come talk about it. We’re open to your volunteering ideas!
  • From building standing garden boxes to re-staining our siding, we can often use teams of skilled volunteers to help us with maintenance and landscaping projects.
  • Families are encouraged to volunteer – providing a wonderful opportunity for children too young to volunteer on their own to experience the value of giving back.
  • Faith communities are welcome to offer services onsite or to coordinate special events.
  • Join us for special days such as Maryland Day to Serve, MLK Day of Service, or any Federal Holiday.

Group Opportunities

  • Conduct a Technology Class(es) and help our seniors become more comfortable with tasks such as sending and responding to emails, using search engines, and creating word documents.
  • Come in and host a holiday or other event such as a Sip and Paint, Tailgate Party, Fall Festival, Deck the Halls decorating day, or Carnival.
  • Lend a hand with everyday fun, such as physical or learning activities, serving and cleaning up during snack or lunchtime, gardening, playing board games or bingo, creating craft projects, or just spending time getting to know our clients.
  • Share your talents and interests! Play an instrument? We love listening and dancing to different types of music. Have a special hobby? Come talk about it. We’re open to your volunteering ideas!
  • From building standing garden boxes to re-staining our siding, we can often use teams of skilled volunteers to help us with maintenance and landscaping projects.
  • Families are encouraged to volunteer – providing a wonderful opportunity for children too young to volunteer on their own to experience the value of giving back.
  • Faith communities are welcome to offer services onsite or to coordinate special events.
  • Join us for special days such as Maryland Day to Serve, MLK Day of Service, or any Federal Holiday.

Youth Opportunities

  • Lend a hand with everyday fun, such as physical or learning activities, serving and cleaning up during snack or lunchtime, gardening, playing board games or bingo, creating craft projects, or just spending time getting to know our clients.
  • Share your talents and interests! Play an instrument? We love listening and dancing to different types of music. Have a special hobby? Come talk about it. We’re open to your volunteering ideas!
  • Conduct a Technology Class(es) and help our seniors become more comfortable with tasks such as sending and responding to emails, using search engines, and creating word documents.
  • Support our Administrative Team as an Office Assistant.

Youth Opportunities

  • Lend a hand with everyday fun, such as physical or learning activities, serving and cleaning up during snack or lunchtime, gardening, playing board games or bingo, creating craft projects, or just spending time getting to know our clients.
  • Share your talents and interests! Play an instrument? We love listening and dancing to different types of music. Have a special hobby? Come talk about it. We’re open to your volunteering ideas!
  • Conduct a Technology Class(es) and help our seniors become more comfortable with tasks such as sending and responding to emails, using search engines, and creating word documents.
  • Support our Administrative Team as an Office Assistant.

Adult Opportunities

  • Lend a hand with everyday fun, such as physical or learning activities, serving and cleaning up during snack or lunchtime, gardening, playing board games or bingo, creating craft projects, or just spending time getting to know our clients.
  • Assist our Activities Team with group outings as a Field Trip Associate.
  • Share your talents and interests! Play an instrument? We love listening and dancing to different types of music. Have a special hobby? Come talk about it. We’re open to your volunteering ideas!
  • Conduct a Technology Class(es) and help our seniors become more comfortable with tasks such as sending and responding to emails, using search engines, and creating word documents.
  • Partner with our Maintenance Team on everyday and special projects as a Facilities Volunteer.
  • Support our Administrative Team as an Office Assistant.
  • Join us for special days such as Maryland Day to Serve, MLK Day of Service, or any Federal Holiday.

Adult Opportunities

  • Lend a hand with everyday fun, such as physical or learning activities, serving and cleaning up during snack or lunchtime, gardening, playing board games or bingo, creating craft projects, or just spending time getting to know our clients.
  • Assist our Activities Team with group outings as a Field Trip Associate.
  • Share your talents and interests! Play an instrument? We love listening and dancing to different types of music. Have a special hobby? Come talk about it. We’re open to your volunteering ideas!
  • Conduct a Technology Class(es) and help our seniors become more comfortable with tasks such as sending and responding to emails, using search engines, and creating word documents.
  • Partner with our Maintenance Team on everyday and special projects as a Facilities Volunteer.
  • Support our Administrative Team as an Office Assistant.
  • Join us for special days such as Maryland Day to Serve, MLK Day of Service, or any Federal Holiday.

Don’t have time to volunteer, but still want to support our mission? Consider donating. Your contribution truly makes a difference in the lives of seniors and adults with disabilities who participate in our programs.

Don’t have time to volunteer, but still want to support our mission? Consider donating. Your contribution truly makes a difference in the lives of seniors and adults with disabilities who participate in our programs.

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Winter Growth is a 501(c)(3), a Montgomery County Dementia Friendly Business, a GuideStar Exchange Platinum Participant, a 2017 Top-Rated Nonprofit on GreatNonprofits, and a proud member of the Howard County and Olney Chambers of Commerce.

Winter Growth as a recipient of federal financial assistance has a non-discrimination policy as required by Section 601 of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Age Discrimination Act of 1975. Specifically, that policy states that no person will on the grounds of race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, ancestry, or disability, be excluded from participation in, be denied benefits of, or otherwise be subjected to discrimination in the provision of any care, service, or employment. This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

If you believe you have been subjected to unequal treatment because of race, color, or national origin, then you have a right to file a formal complaint.

Complaints may be filed within one hundred-eighty (180) days following the date of the alleged discriminatory action. Requests for more information or complaints may be submitted to Human Resources by mail (18110 Prince Philip Drive, Olney, MD 20832), telephone (410-964-9616), or email.

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