Attention all Maryland Philanthropy Network members funding Community Development!
Please join us for a conversation with Chris Ryer, Director of Baltimore City Department of Planning.
Participatory grantmaking is helping to restore residential power in the C.A.R.E., McElderry Park and Middle East communities of East Baltimore. Please join us for an introduction to the inFusion Community Grants Program, an Annie E.
Please join Baltimore Beat Editor-in-Chief Lisa Snowden-McCray and Co-founder Brandon Soderberg to discuss Baltimore’s media landscape and the March 6th return of the Baltimore Beat.
Maryland Philanthropy Network’s Community Investment Affinity Group invites all Maryland Philanthropy Network members to hear from Brad Rogers, Executive Director of SBGP for an overview of this new philanthropic presence for south Baltimore. He will highlight one of their high priority “Transformative Initiatives” around the Middle Branch, which would environmentally restore a potential 10 miles of publicly-accessible waterfront with integrated recreational opportunities for nearby communities and the whole city.
Please join Franklyn Baker, President and Chief Executive Officer and Martina A. Martin, Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of the United Way of Central Maryland (UWCM) for a special 90-minute listening session here at the Maryland Philanthropy Network. UWCM is launching its next strategic planning process for 2020-2022 to help direct its transformation, and they would deeply value your input.
All Maryland Philanthropy Network members, especially Corporate Giving members, are invited to a conversation with the Baltimore Development Corporation (BDC) and its new Opportunity Zone Coordinator.
Join the Community Investment Affinity Group to hear about these two exciting developments in the affordable housing landscape the Affordable Housing Trust Fund and Community Land Trusts .
This discussion, convened by the Arts Funders Affinity Group, will begin with some information sharing about the expectations for Baltimore’s Arts and Entertainment Districts’ nonprofit host organization and for what they are being held accountable and move into a strategic discussion about possible collective actions to maximize the benefits of and support to Arts and Entertainment Districts so that they continue to generate innumerable social and economic benefits inherent in creative placemaking projects.