A Message from Mayor Scott to MIMA's Volunteers

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April 27, 2021

Thank You Volunteers!

A big THANK YOU to all our volunteers!

As we wrap up National Volunteer Week, we want to say THANK YOU again to all of our amazing volunteers! 

The last year has been especially challenging for our immigrant communities. Our volunteers have translated dozens of documents, helped business owners apply for emergency funds, guided city residents at vaccine appointments, and knocked on countless doors to spread the word about COVID-19 resources and the vaccine. Thank you for volunteering to support our most vulnerable communities and making a tangible difference in Baltimore City! We could not do it without you, and we are so very grateful to have your help.

Mayor Scott video for volunteers

Click the image above to view a special video message from Mayor Brandon Scott for MIMA's incredible volunteers.

A special message from Mayor Brandon Scott to MIMA volunteers

“Hello, this is Mayor Brandon Scott. The last year has been a challenging one. Health and socioeconomic inequalities have become even more apparent during the COVID-19 pandemic, and our Black and immigrant communities have suffered the full force of its effects. Many families have lost loved ones, faced food or housing insecurities and struggled to access resources due to a range of barriers.

But rather than staying on the sidelines, as a volunteer, you took it upon yourself to support our families, and I want to thank you for the valuable work you have done for our City! 

Your time and commitment have been and continue to be absolutely essential as we respond to COVID-19. Thank you for volunteering and supporting our most vulnerable families during this most important time. You continue to make a positive difference.” 

Are you interested in volunteering with MIMA?
Sign up at: bit.ly/MIMAvolunteer

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Baltimore, MD  21202