Our Next
ASP Trip

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    We're back from ASP 2016
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    BECOME A VOLUNTEER
    Making Homes Warmer, Safer and Drier
    Join our 2017 Mission Trip
    Registration Now Open!
    Making Homes Warmer, Safer and Drier
    Join our 2017 Mission Trip
    Registration Now Open!
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    Support Our Cause
    Give the gift of a warm home
    Support our youth as they learn
    the importance of service

Make a BETTER YOU

Learn more about yourself as you reflect during a week of service with a family in need in central Appalachia

Help FIX A HOME

Help make homes warmer, safer, and drier

Make a NEW Friend

Meet new people and get to know people better that you have known for years

PROJECTS STATUS

Volunteers

Fund-raising

Thanks

Thank you to all of our volunteers who have pledged their time and thank you to all of those who have supported us financially! Without all of you, the work that we do would be impossible. We need all of our volunteers to help complete the work for the families we serve. All of our financial supporters are incredibly important to the success of our trip. Your donations go to supporting our volunteers, our families in need and purchasing supplies for our construction projects.

OUR LEADERSHIP TEAM

Paul Dickover Trip Leader
Nicholas Myers Volunteer Coordinator
Technology Director
Bryan DeStefano Adult Leader
Finance Coordinator
Lauren Kuhr Youth Leader
Social Media Coordinator
Lindsey Kuhr Operations Coordinator
Mollie Feerick Technology Assistant
Samantha Lannon Youth Leader
Fundraising Director
Annie Armiger Assistant Support

About Us

For many of us, it may be hard to imagine living without a warm bed, without food on the table, or a dry roof over our head. For some of the families that we serve, these are things that they just simply can not afford. Working in central Appalachia, one of the countries poorest areas, the Timonium United Methodist Church works with the service organization ASP (Appalachia Service Project). We work to support ASP's mission to eradicate substandard housing in central Appalachia.

Every year, we take a group of volunteers to ASP to make home homes warmer, safer, and drier. We work to make our volunteers step out of their comfort zones, build relationships with the families we serve, learn a little construction skills, build teamwork and leadership skills, and make new, life-long friends.

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