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As the Horizon Foundation launches its new Equity initiative, we invite you to attend one of three Racial Equity Workshops in September. If you are passionate about working with communities of color in Howard County, please register to attend one of these important sessions.
The Horizon Foundation in 2018 added a key priority to our list of initiatives — equity.
Beverly White-Seals took her current position as president and CEO of the Community Foundation of Howard County in 2012 after a long career as an attorney, including 20 years with The Rouse Company. Born and raised in Washington, the 67-year-old recently shared some tidbits about her life — including her polished dance moves and love of sushi.
The Maryland Philanthropy Network is pleased to host Dr. Renee A. Foose, Superintendent of the Howard County Public School System.
This year, the bikes bore the Columbia based nonprofit the Horizon Foundation’s logo as the program’s “title sponsor.” Horizon Foundation’s funding will continue, but its time as title sponsor will end in the fall, according to Ayotte.
Beverly White-Seals, president and CEO of the Community Foundation of Howard County, will be recognized as a “Bridge of Hope” at JustLiving Advocacy’s Bridges of Hope Community Leadership Luncheon
On busy Route 1 in Howard County, most bus stops consist of a roadside pole stuck in the ground. But a stop outside a CVS in Elkridge, Md., has a new bus shelter — with a dazzling twist.
Four local philanthropies have announced new emergency funds and actions to support community members affected by COVID-19.
Howard County funders are coordinating to rapidly raise funds and deploy critical resources to nonprofits in Howard County through HoCoRespond.com, with the goal of raising $100,000 in the next 10 days.
Four local philanthropies established HoCoRespond.com and set a goal of raising $100,000 in 10 days to support Howard County nonprofits with emergency funds in response to the COVID-19 crisis.
The Horizon Foundation is donating $1 million in grants to various Howard County health institutions and organizations that are work
Giving circles all over the country are using their unique strengths as a collective giving network to support their local communities in light of COVID-19.
In response to the ongoing mental health challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Horizon Foundation recently awarded over $56,000 in new grants to 25 community organizations to launch projects to mitigate the negative effec
Last fall, Nica Vasquez wondered how she could start volunteering in her community.
With Washington County schools just about out for summer break and the annual summer brain drain on the horizon, the Community Book Warehouse is opening just in time.
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.