Almost 100 volunteers spent the day at Van Bokkelen Elementary School in Severn Aug.
One of financier Eddie Brown’s biggest regrets in life is never having thanked the donor who paid for his university education.
Some of you, dear readers, will remember a time, not so long ago, when summers were lazy, hazy and slow. There seemed to be an endless string of days at the beach or the mountains, or Grandma’s house. Not so anymore.
In 2010, the Horizon Foundation staff took a routine look at local health data and noticed some troubling trends. Data indicated that most deaths in our community were related to heart disease, cancer, stroke, and/or diabetes.
The T. Rowe Price Foundation will distribute $2.7 million in grants under an ambitious, four-year initiative to boost educational, cultural and financial opportunities for residents of underserved city neighborhoods.
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 the Eastern Shore (CFES) recently unveiled its Spark Campaign in honor of the foundation’s 35th anniversary.
Despite the great challenges facing our city, the board and staff of the Goldseker Foundation continually find hope in the many Baltimore residents who are not resigning themselves to the status quo, who candidly acknowledge the magnitude of the c