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Horseshoe Baltimore gives back to the local community through volunteer efforts, spearheaded by our wonderful team members. Horseshoe's dedicated team members volunteer their time, expertise, creativity, and passion to improve people's lives.
YMCA Giving Tree
Horseshoe partnered with YMCA to collect donations for our Giving Tree! Our team members adopted families and children by donating winter clothes and toys to children who otherwise wouldn't have any.
7-11 Community Cleanup
We joined the Druid Heights community and thousands of other volunteers to clean up trash and keep Baltimore beautiful.
Team members came together to celebrate LGBTQ+ individuals and pride this month, with activities like the AIDS walk, a t-shirt tie dye, LGBTQ+ information on property, and the Pride Parade.
Baltimore City Clean-Up
Team members banded together to clean up trash around the Baltimore area.
Paul's Place Huff & Puff
We donated money to Paul's Place and joined their 2019 Huff & Puff walk and run to raise money for at-risk families in Baltimore!
School Painting & Gardens
Baltimore city kids went back to school in style! James McHenry received fresh coats of paint and Commodore John Rodgers gained a brand new garden installation.
Horseshoe team members volunteered to chaperone elementary school field trips to Oregon Ridge to learn about the Chesapeake Bay.
Red Cross Blood Drive
Horseshoe Baltimore partnered with the Red Cross to save lives! Team members lined up to donate blood.
Battle of the Bras & Boxers
Our team members decorated and then our executives and management modeled bras and boxers for cancer awareness!
School Supply Drive
The Horseshoe team donated a variety of needed school supplies throughout the month, which all went to The Commodore John Rodgers School, a local Baltimore city school and member of the 100% Project.
Paul's Place Shelter
Horseshoe Baltimore team members served free, hot lunches to individuals who are homeless in Baltimore.
Polar Bear Plunge
We took the plunge into the freezing cold waters of the Chesapeake Bay in order to raise money for Special Olympics Maryland.