Baltimore City's Children and Youth Fund Update
In the coming fiscal year, Baltimore City's Children and Youth Fund will have about $12 million to spend. Much of that money will be disbursed in the form of grants to community and social service organizations. Join members of Maryland Nonprofits to learn more about the youth fund the children and youth priorities of the city.
Our speakers will be:
- John Brothers, T. Row Price Foundation and Youth Fund Task Force Co-Chair;
- Lester Davis, Council President Jack Young's Deputy Chief of Staff; and
- Adam Jackson, Leaders of A Beautiful Struggle and Youth Fund Task Force Co-Chair.
Children and Youth Fund History:
In November, 2016, 82% of Baltimore City residents voted to guarantee a portion of assessed property to a dedicated youth fund, a bill proposed by City Council President Jack Young. The goal of the fund is to improve the lives of young people in the city's poorer neighborhoods. According to the Baltimore Sun, each fiscal year the city now is required to place at least $0.03 for every $100 of assessable property value in the fund "to be used exclusively for purposes of establishing new and augmenting existing programs for and services to the children and youth of this city."
This program is for Maryland Nonprofits and Maryland Philanthropy Network members and is a follow-up to the June 2017 briefing Baltimore City's Children and Youth Priorities.
Registration for this event is now closed. Please contact Elisabeth Hyleck if you want to attend but have not yet registered.
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