How You Can Help
Donate | Volunteer | Sponsor
The AACRC is able to continue offering free, accessible services to the residents of Anne Arundel County thanks to the generous grants of funders, and, more importantly, the generosity and dedication of people like you — people who believe that positive, satisfying agreements can arise from conflict.
Please help us in our mission to bring peaceful communication to Anne Arundel County by donating or volunteering with our center.
Your donation will help the AACRC promote the peaceful resolution of conflicts throughout Anne Arundel County. Your donation makes this possible:
$1,000 provides anger management training to people in at-risk communities
$500 trains a new mediator to bring equitable resolutions to our society
$250 provides training in conflict resolution skills for low-income residents
$100 finances a facilitated mediation for a community association
$50 funds two hours of mediation for a family in crisis
$25 provides anger management to a teen incarcerated at the Jessup Boot Camp
We are a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, so your contribution is tax deductible.
Click here for our mailing address to mail in a donation, or click on the “Donate to the AACRC” button below.
Your gift to the Anne Arundel Conflict Resolution Center will ensure that we can continue to provide the standard of service the community has come to expect from us. With the help of friends such as you, we can offer first-class services to all of our neighbors in the county. We cannot do this without you!
- The AACRC is a volunteer-driven organization. The volunteer program exists to provide leadership and direction within the Center, to deliver mediation and conflict resolution services, and to reach the community by raising awareness of AACRC services.
- Volunteers can be found contributing to all aspects of the Center’s daily operation, including maintenance of this website! We have over 60 volunteers who travel throughout Anne Arundel County providing mediation services. Also, the Center has a Community Education Program that provides informal education on mediation and conflict resolution to various County organizations
If you’re interested in volunteering, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator at email@example.com or (410) 266-9033.