New to Ocean City MD? Here's How to Find Friends and Get Involved

Are you relocating to Ocean City Maryland? New to the area? Welcome! We want you to feel at home in our beautiful little seaside town and if you're looking to get involved, volunteer, or make new friends, here are some of the best ways to do that in Ocean City.

Meet UpNew to Ocean City MD? Here's How to Find Friends and Get Involved

This is probably one of the best ways to find like-minded individuals in Ocean City. From hiking and kayaking groups, social clubs, Mom's Club of Coastal Delaware, weekenders, and ladies night out, ocean cities Meet Up groups offer a lot of options.

Women Who Care on the Shore

This is a local charity that brings together women of Worchester, Wicomico and Somerset Counties who care about local community causes donating $100.03 times a year. They meet for an hour and select a local charity to receive the money. With over 100 women, that local impact can be substantial.

Bearded Men's Society of Ocean City

Beards, Beers & Volunteers… Sounds pretty good, right? This family-friendly group of local and not-so-local residents are from all walks of life posting beards of all shapes, sizes, colors, and compositions. They meet on the first Tuesday of every month at Pizza Tugos in West Ocean City. Join them for a drink as they plan their next pursuit.

New to Ocean City MD? Here's How to Find Friends and Get InvolvedMore Local Organizations

Visit this website to learn more about volunteer opportunities to have the Cleanest Beach in America project, the Cricket Center, a child advocacy center, support groups, farmers clubs, running clubs, Hogs and Heroes, the Knights of Columbus, Maryland's biodiversity project, bird conservation partnership, Maryland Coastal Bays, Beach patrol, Ocean City Cruisers, the Elks membership, Jeep Club, Lyons Club, and much more.

Volunteer Opportunities

Ocean City also has a variety of civic organizations and volunteer opportunities such as Habitat for Humanity, the Kiwanis Club, the Chamber of Commerce, and Town Cats – an organization that attempts to deal with the feral cat population in Ocean City. The Joshua M Freeman foundation is designed to operate sustainable facilities that support the arts, the environment, and athletic achievement. The Environmental Alliance for Senior Involvement works to protect the lands and waters of the Coastal Bays watershed.

Social ClubsNew to Ocean City MD? Here's How to Find Friends and Get Involved

Ocean City and surrounding communities and towns have a variety of social clubs such as bowling leagues, community gardens, golf clubs, Friends of Ocean Pines Library, swim teams, embroidery clubs, anglers club, camera club, boat club, Mah Jongg, Children's Players, bridge club, tennis club, ping-pong, poker club, pinochle club, Quilters by the Sea, Republican and Democratic women of Worchester County, fitness clubs, Veterans Memorial, and widows and widowers club.

You can see there's literally something for just about everyone in Ocean City Maryland. If you're new to our area, we want to welcome you. Get involved with one of these great opportunities throughout Ocean City and Worchester County.

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