One of the greatest values of Maryland Philanthropy Network membership is colleagues you meet and the relationships you build with them.
Student Wholeness is one of the three focus areas outlined in Baltimore City Schools' Blueprint for Success.
Maryland Philanthropy Network Members consistently note the impact of housing affordability and stability on many other grantmaking issue areas.
Giving circle leaders are invited to the Ninth Annual Giving Circle Connector Gathering.
One of the Maryland Philanthropy Network’s key roles is to connect philanthropy with policymakers and public officials and we are pleased to welcome Catherine E. Pugh, Mayor of Baltimore City for a conversation with our membership.
Please join your fellow Rising Leaders for a lunch and learn together. This is a bring your ideas, thoughts and your own lunch, as we discuss accountability in philanthropy.
In April, City Schools CEO Dr. Sonja Santelises, launched a workgroup to look deeply into the research and effective practices across the globe in each of the district's three focus areas: wholeness, literacy, and leadership.
This year, Baltimore City Public Schools faced a $130 million structural budget gap for School Year 17-18. The gap was predicted to grow by about $30 million each year unless addressed.
Please join your philanthropic colleagues for:
The 2017 Annual Meeting of the Maryland Philanthropy Network