Hospitaller Region - Washington, DC
Project SHARE - Food distribution center. Twice monthly distribution days. Contact: Bob Branand
Malta House - a 30 unit assisted care residence for the frail elderly. Volunteers are needed for the House Friendly Visitor Program, and to help with holiday parties and other special events. Contact: Valencia Campor Joan Glasgow
Gift of Peace - a residence and nursing facility for homeless women and men with a special wing for destitute men with AIDS; operated by the Missionaries of Charity. Volunteers assist residents with daily living and provide fellowship. Contact: Shep Abell.
Wounded Warrior Dinners - Monthly dinner provided to wounded warriors and their family members while resident in Fisher House IV on the Walter Reed Bethesda Naval Hospital campus. Contact: Gaby DeLeon
Want to Help?
Our Prison Ministry has prisoners seeking pen pals. The level of effort is a monthly letter. All correspondence is anonymized. If this is a fit for your time and talent, contact the DC Regional Hospitaller for more information.
Jesus tells us, whatever we do for another, we do for him.
The first Regional Hospitaller for the Washington region was Sandra McMurtrie, and it was her desire that every member of the Association have the opportunity to provide a service to and interact personally with the poor. Several “signature” projects (Project SHARE, Gift of Peace, Providence Hospital, and Malta House) were developed on her watch. In the years since, J. Paul McNamara, Lita Treacy, Ann Fox and Bernadette Semple have served as the Regional Hospitaller. The DC Region works closely with the Montgomery County Region on all of its projects and activities.
Annunciation/OLV/St. Stephen's – second Saturday, 9:00 am at Annunciation Church. Contact: David Brown
Blessed Sacrament - second Saturday, 8:00 am. Contact: Shep Abell
Holy Trinity - second Friday, 8:00 am. Contact: Tom Hughes
Downtown Group: second Wednesday, 7:00 a.m., St. Matthew's Cathedral. Contact: Adam Carter