Access to stable housing, food quality, social support networks, and other social factors are critical in shaping health outcomes. These factors are known as social determinants of health and they are rooted in unjust systems.
The South Baltimore Grocery Access Program is a partnership between the South Baltimore Gateway Partnership, Lyft, and other community-based organizations.
How did Baltimore become “Baltimore” – the “Baltimore” that is synonymous, in the American imagination, with “drug-riddled”, “unsafe”, “corrupt”, and “strug
More than one in four Americans had trouble paying a medical bill and more than half the people who experienced medical bankruptcy stated it was due to hospital bills. At this program, we will explore answers to questions regarding debt collection, patient experiences, the disparate impacts of sex, race, ethnicity, and geography on collections, and promising approaches to aiding those with medical debt.
With the departure of Maryland’s state superintendent and the potential funding from Kirwan Commission recommendations, the Maryland State Board of Education has a busy year ahead.
Our cultural institutions are struggling to overcome the negative narrative that surrounds Baltimore and the very real impact it has on attendance and financial support. While our institutions are striving to be increasingly intentional in their
The 2020 Legislative Session in Maryland will address major issues affecting nonprofits and the people and communities we serve, including the funding of education, the impact of federal policies on Maryland’s government services, and protection of health and the environment. Join Maryland Philanthropy Network and Maryland Nonprofits for this informational program to learn how your work may be affected by policies and decisions made in 2020.
Please join the Baltimore Metropolitan Council for a Workforce Policy Briefing on two critical research projects impacting workforce development in Baltimore.