Collaborative & Initiatives
The Maryland Philanthropy Network has a long history of supporting and hosting initiatives and collaborations -- this is one of the most powerful ways we realize our mission and strategic goal of leading, with and for our members, efforts to influence critical issues, improve community conditions and strive for transformative change. Member shared interests and goals fuel our role as a host supporting innovation and impact; and as an association advancing philanthropy and collaboration with key partners and stakeholders across the state.

 

Baltimore Integration Partnership (BIP)
BIP is a collaborative partnership of anchor institutions, funders, nonprofits and public organizations focused on establishing economic inclusion as the business culture of norm in the Baltimore region. 
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Baltimore Workforce Funders Collaborative (BWFC)
BWFC is a local partner of the National Fund for Workforce Solutions and a member of its network of more than 30 regional collaboratives across the country. BWFC members align investments and co-develop strategies to better to connect Baltimore area jobseekers and workers to good jobs and to build prosperous communities by testing innovative approaches to workforce development, engaging business and community leaders and spreading successful models and programs. Click here to read more about BWFC.

Maryland Environmental Health Network (MdEHN)
The Maryland Environmental Health Network addresses the human health impacts of environmental threats and toxic chemicals by promoting effective environmental legislation and policies, and by advancing environmental health equity throughout Maryland. Click here to read more about MdEHN.

School-Centered Neighborhood Investment Initiative (SCNI)
The School-Centered Neighborhood Investment Initiative is a strategic effort to leverage the 21st Century Buildings program $1.1 billion investment in schools construction and renovation through the alignment of resources, partners, and programs that can support transformational neighborhood revitalization. Click here to read more about SCNI