Our region’s substance use crisis exists at the intersection of public policy, public health, and criminal justice issues.
Maryland Philanthropy Network members are invited to have a conversation with Scott Nolen with OSI-Baltimore, Greg Warren with Gaudenzia, and Dr. Kima Taylor on opioids and drug addiction treatment in Baltimore and across the US.
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The Women’s Giving Circle of Frederick County announces that 39 grants totaling $210,000 have been presented to 24 area nonprofits serving women and children. The grants were presented during the 13th annual event held in June.
Every year, Open Society Institute – Baltimore releases an Impact Report to show the impact [their] work is having in Baltimore and the region, along with a list of [their] grants and donations, and a summary of our financial data.
The affordable housing crisis isn’t new. It isn’t even an “emerging” crisis.
The Community Foundation of Frederick County completed the [2018 Frederick County Human Needs Assessment], which involved interviews with local leaders, creating focus groups, gathering local research and administering an online survey.