We are so pleased to announce that we are resuming in-person volunteer activities at the Institute! Spaces for all events will have limited capacity and all volunteers must be fully vaccinated to participate.
Fully vaccinated is defined by the Institute as having two doses of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine or one of the Johnson & Johnson vaccination. Masks are also required in all buildings on Kennedy Krieger campuses.
In an effort to streamline the sign up process, we have created a form that allows you to select the events for which you would like to participate.
Each year, generous donors and WIN members support the Institute’s efforts to provide a holiday experience for our inpatient families. This program is called Snoasis and it is an in-person shopping experience that the Institute organizes for caregivers to shop for their loved ones while their child is staying at the inpatient unit at the hospital. To make donations, please visit our Amazon wish list. When making a purchase, please be sure to select the Kennedy Krieger address provided (707 N. Broadway, Baltimore, MD 21205.)
WIN Wednesdays are an opportunity for WIN members to volunteer in the children's therapy room at 707 North Broadway, Baltimore, MD 21205. Volunteer opportunities occur on Wednesdays from 10:15 a.m. to 12 p.m. There are usually two WIN Wednesdays per month.
Inpatient Family Dinners
WIN members and their family members are invited to volunteer at dinners held several times a year at Kennedy Krieger Institute for families with children staying at the Institute's inpatient hospital.
Our last Inpatient Family Dinner was held on March 3, 2020. WIN members and their families came together to provide food, games and crafts for Kennedy Krieger's inpatients and their families. In addition, WIN members filled bags with toiletries and other useful items to present to caregivers at the start of their stay at the Institute.
We hope to schedule more dinners soon.
WIN members come together to prepare welcome bags for the families of children beginning their stay at the Institute's inpatient hospital.