We all benefit when local economies offer equitable, stable jobs. Two new tools are being piloted in Baltimore to enhance the ability of companies and their employees to prosper.
Please join the Maryland Philanthropy Network’s Health Funders for a conversation about alternative policing strategies for behavioral health. We will receive an overview of the behavioral health components of the Consent Decree, and discuss the potential alternatives needed in the system of care to promote diversion. We will hear from Crista Taylor, President and CEO of Behavioral Health System Baltimore, Terry Hickey, from the Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice, and Lieutenant Colonel Monique Brown of the Baltimore City Police Department’s Neighborhood Patrol Division – the CPIC leaders.
Community Science is a research technique that encourages scientific democracy, accessibility, and accuracy through crowdsourced data collection.
This legislative session, we have a once in a generation opportunity to build a world-class education system in Maryland.
The Maryland Community College Promise Scholarship Program became available to applicants beginning with the 2019-2020 academic year.
The arts in Maryland provide countless opportunities for learning, cultural enrichment, and community impact. Major cultural institutions and burgeoning small and mid-sized cultural institutions are working to be relevant and attractive to diverse audiences, while oftentimes vying for the same limited resources.
Maryland Philanthropy Network is pleased to host Dr. Brit Kirwan, Chairman of the Maryland Commission on Innovation and Excellence in Education , Del. Maggie McIntosh, Chairwoman of the House of Appropriations Committee, Dr.