A recent report from the Bloomberg School of Health found that Baltimore fared better than most cities during the COVID-19 pandemic in cases of illness, mortality and vaccination rates. Baltimore... READ MORE
Maryland Philanthropy Network has joined Maryland Nonprofits and our colleagues across Maryland in responding to a call for ideas from the State for how the budget surplus should be allocated. MPN was part of a group of 170 practitioners and partners that came together to create a joint appeal the result of which is this letter to the Governor. Together, we urge the State to dedicate $1 billion of the projected budget surplus for targeted relief, and that $500 million of this commitment should continue in future budgets to assure sustainability and for more equitable disbursement of state resources in partnership with the social purpose sector. READ MORE
Pitch Creator founder Jason Tagler spent months in Baltimore watching entrepreneurs struggle during pitch events. The prospective companies weren’t the problem — the issue was the delivery of the... READ MORE
Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr. announced Wednesday that he wants to spend $80... READ MORE
Think about a city’s digital future, and the conversation has typically turned to technical topics — internet of things, sensors, automated functions. But talk to those working to build a city’s... READ MORE
After years of complaints that public education is underfunded, Maryland schools will see an... READ MORE
The Women's Giving Circle of Harford County celebrated its 10th anniversary with a festive reception and dinner at the Vandiver Inn the evening of October 19.
Postponed a... READ MORE
The Daily Record has named Franklyn Baker, United Way of Central Maryland, among the 28 honorees of Maryland’s 2021 Most Admired CEOs.... READ MORE
The Daily Record has named Shanaysha M. Sauls, Baltimore Community Foundation, among the 28 honorees of Maryland’s 2021 Most Admired CEOs.
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