Since its inception, Roland Park Place Residents and staff have consistently remained involved in various projects including volunteer and service efforts within the local Baltimore community.
A generosity of spirit and talent defines the people who contribute to the vibrancy of Roland Park Place, and over the years, this commitment to community service has strengthened Roland Park Place’s ties to Baltimore citizens while establishing our role in the neighborhood as a supportive, caring and valued ally. We not only embrace the idea of different neighbors, civic groups, businesses, and citizens working together for the betterment of our community, we advocate for it.
As a not-for-profit Life Plan community championing teamwork, positive change and civic empowerment, the Roland Park Place Board of Directors appointed a Community Involvement Committee to further strengthen our position as a respected partner in the greater community while reinforcing our commitment to partnerships and service. The Community Involvement Committees consists of Board members, Residents and key staff who facilitate Roland Park Place’s volunteer efforts and partnerships with many local projects and community organizations such as:
29th Street Community Center
St. Mary’s Outreach Center
Roland Park Elementary/Middle School
Sponsoring a Roland Park Baseball Leagues team
Serving meals on the Salvation Army food truck
Meals On Wheels
Facilitating on-site Alzhemier’s walks
SPCA March for the Animals
Supporting local efforts such as the Johns Hopkins Farmers Market at the Rotunda
Our philosophy includes a commitment to serve as a resource and provider of service to the greater Baltimore community, and we actively seek opportunities to assist our surrounding neighbors. If you know of a local project or organization that might benefit from our service, please contact Trisha Wiggins at 410-243-6783.