We are looking for volunteers who want to support AACRC by joining a Committee or our Board. Our Committee and Board Members help AACRC staff keep the Center running smoothly while we achieve the goals related to our Mission and Vision.
We ask our Committee members to serve for one year, contributing between 5 and 7 hours per month in the areas of Development and Marketing, Mediation and Programs Support, Outreach, Personnel, and Budget and Finance. For more details on what each of our Committees does, click the button below. We welcome Volunteers to our Committees based on their passion for our Mission, Vision, and commitment to AACRC, though special skills and experience are always appreciated.
Board Members serve 3-year terms, dedicating between 5 and 10 hours per month in service to AACRC. The Board meets six times a year in Annapolis, prior to COVID, and currently virtually only. The Board does three things: 1) makes sure that AACRC has enough money and resources to achieve our goals; 2) makes sure we are on the right path to accomplish our Mission and Vision; and 3) as a group, supervises the AACRC Executive Director. We ask that each Board Member make a yearly financial contribution according to their means. A financial contribution can also be in the form of raising money on behalf of the center. In addition, each Board Member chairs or joins a Committee of their choice.
If you are interested in becoming a Committee Member or Board Member, please take 10 minutes or so to fill out the application below.
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The Anne Arundel Conflict Resolution Center
receives funding from the following organizations:
Anne Arundel County Department of Health
Anne Arundel County Executive Community Support Grant
MACRO (The Maryland Mediation and Conflict Resolution Center)
Maryland Judiciary, Administrative Office of the Courts Family Division
Rouse Charitable Foundation
St. Anne’s Episcopal Church
We rely on our partnerships with these worthy organizations to help us fulfill our mission:
Animal Control • Anne Arundel Community College • Anne Arundel County Government • Anne Arundel County Police Department • Anne Arundel County Public Schools • Chrysalis House • Circuit Court of Maryland • City of Annapolis • City of Annapolis Police Department • Community Action Partnerships • Community Mediation Maryland • County Executive’s Office • Department of Aging • Department of Detention Centers • Department of Health • Department of Human Resources •
Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services • Department of Social Services • District Court of Maryland • Fort Meade Alliance • Human Relations Commission • Human Resources Department • Maryland Home Improvement Commission • Maryland Mediation & Conflict Resolution Office •
Office of Planning and Zoning • United States Army-Fort George G. Meade