Outgoing city councilman and incoming comptroller Bill Henry has tapped two top staffers for when he takes office in December, and has also selected a who’s-who of Baltimore business and nonprofit leaders to help steer the office’
535 philanthropic leaders, representing nearly every state across the country, issued a letter to the US Department of Commerce with a clear message: Don’t cut the census short.
Maryland Philanthropy Network (the Network), a statewide membership association representing more than 130 organizations, announced the appointment of five new members to its Board of Directors, as well as the slate of officers fo
As president of the Maryland Philanthropy Network, a statewide, Baltimore-based association that represents some 130 organizations, Celeste Amato helps manage some $9 billion in charitable assets.
Maryland Philanthropy Network joined a public statement issued today by our colleagues at the Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers regarding funding for the District of Columbia as part of federal legisl
Maryland Philanthropy Network is collaborating with Baltimore City and surrounding county governments to gather donations of critical supplies to support our regional workers on the frontlines. If your organization or business is able to donate any of these essential items please call Baltimore City 311 or from outside of the city dial 410.396.2525.
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Celeste Amato, President and CEO of Maryland Philanthropy Network, among those selected to receive The Daily Record's 2020 Influential Marylander award.
In recent years a growing number of foundations have fastidiously articulated new program goals to support people of color, people who are LBGTQ, people with low incomes, and others facing barriers to progress. But Jara Dean-Coffey says something huge is missing from all of those equity efforts — a rethinking of the way foundations measure success.