Why serve as a volunteer?

Volunteers assist End Time Harvest Ministries staff in completing work that is essential to the organization’s growth and development and help students (and their families) meet graduation requirements and to secure scholarships for college entry.

Volunteers will participate with students, parents, and other community members in a variety of outreach activities and events that include assisting staff and student leaders to plan their health and wellness projects, Storm Water Management projects, Community and Anacostia River Clean Ups, community garden plantings and harvesting, food distribution projects, serving seniors and others during Thanksgiving and Holiday celebrations, kayaking, canoeing, nature exploration walks, and other active living activities and events.

Who can be a Volunteer?

Volunteers serve in End Time Harvest Ministries school-based office at Bladensburg High School. Community outreach activities and events are key components of our youth education programs. Therefore, ETHM is looking for mature volunteers who are seeking a variety of health and environmental stewardship opportunities. Bilingual volunteers are strongly encouraged to apply.

Volunteers must receive a background clearance from the Prince George’s County Public Schools, prior to volunteering with ETHM.

Complete a Volunteer Application.

To volunteer with End Time Harvest Ministries, please complete a volunteer application. A staff member will follow up with you within a week of your application submission.

Volunteer applications can be completed online here or you can download a copy and email it to info@ethm.org.

Partners and Stakeholders

Kaiser Permanente
TD Bank
Venture Philanthropy Partners
Prince George's County Public Schools
Combined Federal Campaign
United Way of the National Capital Area