Contact

LMS Compassion Place

Offices:

601 Hammonds Lane, Baltimore, MD 21225

Phone: 410-636-0123

Toll Free: 1-877-737-8567

Fax: 410-636-6984


Mailing Address:

LMS Compassion Place

P.O. Box 438

Linthicum, MD 21090


Rev. Dr. David R. Maack
Executive Director

[email protected]


Communications Director
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Bruce Cameron
Facilities & Transportation Director
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Kathaleen Crout
Administrative Assistant
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Jerry Hayward
Vehicle Donations Coordinator
jhayward@compassionplace.org


Sharon Leuschner
Receptionist / Secretary
[email protected]


Kim Naumann
Volunteer Ministry Director
[email protected]


Tena Smith
Community Ministry Director
[email protected]


Heather Rosenkoetter
Finance & Business Director
[email protected]

19 Responses to Contact

  1. Ardis Hill says:

    Hi, our group at Messiah Lutheran in Germantowm, M
    have knit 50 plus winCould you use them?er hats for children and adults

  2. lmsmd601 says:

    Absolutely we could use the knitted hats for children and adults. Thank you so much.

    Our truck will be over in your area in a couple of weeks, and we could arrange to pick them up at the church, if that would work for you.

    Thank you again. Knitted hats, and other winter items (mittens, scarves, etc) are always in great demand in our Compassion Centers for folks in need,

  3. Voula says:

    Is the trailer coming back to Calvert County? I have a lot of children’s things I would like to donate. Thank you.

  4. Emily N says:

    Hello!
    Do you accept Maternity clothing? I would love to donate my items to those in need!

    Thank you!

  5. lmsmd601 says:

    Emily, we certainly do accept maternity clothing in good condition. Your donation may be brought to any of our Compassion Centers listed on the website during their hours of operation. You will receive a tax receipt so your donation may be used as a tax deduction. Thank you for thinking of us and those we serve in Jesus’ name. Blessings!

  6. robin m fromm says:

    Do you accept hospital beds?

  7. lmsmd601 says:

    No, I’m sorry, we can’t accept hospital beds. You could call Orphan Grain Train at (410) 544-1621. They are a great organization and can use hospital beds, and your donation will also be tax deductible.

  8. Jen says:

    Do you accept used mattresses?

  9. lmsmd601 says:

    Hi Jen, I’m sorry, but we can’t accept used mattresses at this time.

  10. Lou ann says:

    Do you accept women underwear? Never been used ?
    Women’s socks.
    Slips

  11. lmsmd601 says:

    Lou Ann,

    Yes, these items are much in demand by our clients and appreciated!

    Thank you for your support!

  12. David Vavasseur says:

    Can you stores accept baby items (crib, car seats, changing table….)?

  13. Debbie says:

    I have all types of clothing items, shoes, belts, purses, etc.. I also have household items, including home décor, books, magazines, and some small electronics. Do you accept these items? if so, where and when can they be dropped off?

  14. Linda Hesford says:

    Hello; do you take furniture? we have a hardly used Lazy Boy recliner sofa that is in great shape

  15. Jenifer says:

    Does LMS offer pick up at a residence? I have some furniture pieces that I would like to donate. Some of the pieces are a stand-up dresser, 2 cabinets, a dry sink and a chair.
    I look forward to hearing from you.

  16. lmsmd601 says:

    Yes, Jenifer, we do pick up large items in good repair. Please call 410-636-0123 for more information and to schedule a pickup. Thanks for your support!

  17. lmsmd601 says:

    Yes, we do pick up furniture in good, usable condition. Please call 410-636-0123 for more information and to schedule a pickup. Thanks for your support!

  18. lmsmd601 says:

    Yes, we can accept those items. They may be dropped off at any of our Compassion Centers during their business hours. Please see https://compassionplace.org/centers/ for Compassion Centers information. Thanks for your support!

  19. lmsmd601 says:

    Baby items are a very “iffy” thing, since government safety requirements are constantly changing. In general, older baby items are not usable or acceptable.

    Please call 410-636-0123 for more information. Thanks for your support!

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