WARM, Wrapping Arms ‘Round Many, is a sheltering program in St. Mary’s County that helps the homeless community by providing a warm, dry, safe place during the winter months of December through March when beds in local shelters become scarce.   WARM is a volunteer organization and welcomes all to come, learn more, and receive training and support to be a host site.  A host site offers its building for 7 nights to house up to 20 homeless guests from 6 PM to 7 AM.  You can also help by volunteering at a host site during the week as they provide a hot evening meal and breakfast each day, lead a Bible study or group activity, visit with the guests, monitor the site, clean linens, and set up/take down cots.

Learn more about WARM by visiting them on Facebook: