Staff Have Active Fall at Harford Events

Harford’s Active Fall Brings Volunteers!

Freedom staff have had an active fall, participating in three volunteer events since the end of October. Harford’s active community life means there’s always something to take part in, and Freedom staff are there.

Staffers decorated the Freedom van for Mountain Christian’s Trunk or Treat event on Saturday October 28. Employees had a blast handing out candy to the many families coming through for the fun annual event.

Habitat for humanity building project in Havre de Grace, November 9, 2017
(L to R) Jordon Hoffer, Julie Irby, Stacie Sloan, and Briana Smith

November 9 Freedom employees were in Havre de Grace for a Habitat for Humanity build. Members of the branch management and front line staff exercised their carpentry skills on a building project.

United Way Food Giveaway, November 18, 2017
(L to R) Sheri Gasu, Michele Young, Susan Tannahill, Sam Tannahill





The weekend of November 18 employees representing accounting, marketing and senior staff donated time for the United Way food giveaway at Bel Air United Methodist Church. Along with recruited family members, Freedom staff bagged vegetables by the five-pound sack, divvied up bread, and handed out boxes of canned goods to local folks gearing up for Thanksgiving. Almost 500 people came through the doors of Bel Air’s United Methodist Church, collecting goods for their holiday meal.

Freedom Staff Spend Weekend Time Helping Others

Participation in Local Stone Soup Event Helps Feed 1,800

Freedom staffer Michelle Young and son
Employee Michelle Young and son
Stone Soup Event Volunteers
Freedom employees Andrea Woodard, Danielle Hart and Mike MacPherson.

Volunteers from Freedom helped make the United Way of Central Maryland’s recent Stone Soup Event a success.

Staffers came out to Bel Air United Methodist Church on Saturday May 21 to help assemble meals for those in need. Some brought their children to help out as well!

Volunteers were able to prepare 150 casserole dishes to serve approximately 1800 people.

To learn more about volunteer opportunities with the United Way of Central Maryland on their web site.