Herrmann has been volunteering with Historic Annapolis for over 20 years.
Jason Cherry isn’t your typical 20-year-old. The Annapolis resident is a former professional racecar driver, a local business owner, and founder of the nonprofit, Siblings of Autism.
For more than 25 years, Linda Seemans has been involved with some facet of Christmas in St. Michaels—a weekend-long fundraising event held each December.
Arundel Lodge’s mission is to improve the lives of community members impacted by mental health and substance abuse disorders.
Tolbert Rowe has been involved with Channel Marker for about 25 years. Rowe started as a member of Channel Marker Inc. before volunteering for the Channel Marker Foundation.
This December, Pat Howe will celebrate her 10th year as a CASA volunteer.
Judging by the passionate way Cid Collins Walker discusses the Chesapeake Film Festival, you’d think she was one of the original founders of the Easton-based event.
It’s not often that a career and volunteer work go hand-in-hand as well as it does for Mary Frances Isakov.
Carol Heisterhagen has spent the last 23 years advocating on behalf of abused and neglected children across the Mid-Shore. And, for her, that’s a privilege she’s honored to have experienced
As a volunteer for Annapolis Summer Garden Theatre, Carolyn Kirby describes herself as one of the luckiest people in the world.