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.
Join Sadiq Ali, Executive Director, Maryland MENTOR, and his team to discuss their recently released report, Upholding the Covenant: State of Mentoring in Maryland 2018, based on the 15 mentoring town hall meetings they completed between April and July 2018. This is intended to be a high-level discussion on the state of mentoring throughout Maryland and Baltimore City, as well as the introduction and eventual fleshing out of a skeletal, innovative framework for funding mentoring in Maryland.
Coaching Corps, along with their partners, have been supporting youth living in poverty by matching them with coaches and mentors. Specifically focusing on how coaches are recruited and trained to help close gaps for young people wanting to access sports activities, they have also been instrumental in supporting afterschool programs throughout Baltimore. Join us for this member-sponsored panel discussion and facilitated conversation to hear highlights on the Coaching Corps and their efforts.
Please join representatives from FORCE: Upsetting Rape Culture who will share highlights of their work around rape culture, the intersections of sexual and domestic violence with other social justice issues, and the role of art in changing culture. Specifically, they will share their ongoing survivor organizing work in Baltimore, as well as their Spring 2019 Monument Quilt Display and Baltimore Convening.
This program has been postponed and will be rescheduled. We will announce the rescheduled date very soon.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Join us for a follow-up conversation with the leadership team of the BCYF when they return to discuss how philanthropic entities might align resources with the BCYF.
The one and a half hour walking tour will start at Dovecote Café and will highlight past, present and future NDC projects and partners located within the Reservoir Hill neighborhood from the past 50 years. Maryland Philanthropy Network Members are encouraged to assemble at Dovecote promptly at 11, where Jennifer Goold, Executive Director of NDC will give a preview talk with coffee before we set off on foot.
Please join the Passano Foundation for a member sponsored briefing on the Pride of Baltimore II. On February 27, 1977, the first Pride of Baltimore was launched.
This event is sponsored by Kaiser Permanente, member of the Maryland Philanthropy Network.
We are now over two years removed from the death of Freddie Gray and the uprising that followed.