While many areas took hits over the past year because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the nonprofit sector saw not only a huge increase in demand for services but a decline in donations due to... READ MORE
The Baltimore Workforce Funders Collaborative is working with Byte Back, Pass IT On, and the Baltimore Digital Equity Coalition to identify a trainer(s) who will develop and facilitate a trauma-informed care training for up to 15 workforce development nonprofit professionals. The goal of the training will be to increase the capacity of direct service agencies by applying trauma-specific strategies to their normal service deliveries, improving the services provided to clients who have experienced trauma, and advance digital equity. READ MORE
Update: Proposal cost details have been updated. See Below.
The Baltimore Workforce Funders Collaborative (BWFC) seeks a... READ MORE
It is Asian Pacific Heritage Month and Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy (AAPIP) is proud to release Invisible Ink: Media Representation of Asian Americans and... READ MORE
Maryland Philanthropy Network joins United Philanthropy Forum signing on to a letter related to understanding how changes to the tax code in Congress impact the charitable sector and what it means for data-driven decision making to have an impact on policy reform. The ask is to include charitable organizations and donors in discussions that impact the sector as soon as possible. This letter was signed onto this as it is in alignment with the broader policy of charitable reform which seems to allow for general support. READ MORE
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With the American Rescue Plan allocating hundreds of billions of dollars across the country, it is essential for state and local governments to set up community investment boards (CIBs) that... READ MORE