A little of your time makes a big difference!

Some Jewish residents right here in our community are homebound, isolated, and living below the poverty level. Sign up to volunteer with FED TOV Connections, a Federation program, and change the lives of those in need.


Under the direction of the Federation's Community Social Worker, volunteers can:

Shop for items for FTC clients

Deliver items to clients

Drive clients to appointments

Perform light home repairs

Help with household chores

Visit homebound residents

Volunteers must be at least 21 years of age. Volunteer time commitment is 1-2 hours per month. 

All volunteers must complete a background check and attend a one-hour training session.

Once your application is received and reviewed, we will be in touch to continue the process.

For questions, please contact the Community Social Worker Michalah Hoffman at 410-831-8617.


Click here for a complete list of FTC Volunteer Rights and Responsibilities. 

Click here for FTC Driver Policies and Procedures. 


FED TOV Connections (formerly FED TOV and Kugel Connection) is a volunteer program of the Jewish Federation of Howard County that connects Jewish residents in need with volunteer resources and services. 


Michalah Hoffman, Jewish Community Social Worker

Marilyn Handwerger, co-facilitator

Susan Horowitz, co-facilitator