The annual economic impact of the arts in Baltimore is $148,000,000 and 18,200 volunteers annually volunteer to bring arts and culture activities to our community. We know this and other arts information from the Maryland Cultural Data Project, a
Senior home repair programs in Baltimore are growing and experimenting with new approaches to senior health and neighborhood revitalization.
In the past decade, corporate change management experts seized upon an international, public health practice – positive deviance – identifying the people already doing things different and better and encouraging others to copy them. Please join y
This is the annual meeting of all Maryland Philanthropy Network leaders (staff and chairs) of affinity groups, projects and roundtables.
Maryland Philanthropy Network invites you to hear directly from six Baltimore City Department Leaders about their 2011 budgets and priorities.
Maryland Philanthropy Network strives to be an inclusive organization of diverse individuals (and organizations) that creates a welcoming, compassionate and trusting environment that facilitates learning, values the perspectives and contributions of all people, and incorporates the viewpoints of diverse communities in the design and implementation of program