The Daily Record has named Celeste Amato, President and CEO of Maryland Philanthropy Network, one of Maryland’s 2019 Most Admired CEOs. Al Hutchinson, Visit Baltimore, Carmel Roques, Kesw
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Anchor institutions in Baltimore are working to strengthen minority and local purchasing to create jobs and local economic opportunities. To improve internal policies and practices, Next Street, U3 Advisors, and ML Whelley, LLC are completing reports assessing the budgetary, policy, infrastructure, and planning processes at five Baltimore anchor institutions. Participating institutions include LifeBridge Health, Maryland Institute College of Art, Notre Dame, University of Maryland Medical System, and the University of Maryland-Baltimore. Common findings, strengths, challenges and...
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By Celeste Amato, President, Maryland Philanthropy Network
Today, Maryland Philanthropy Network Board Chair Laurie Latuda Kinkel and Maryland Philanthropy Network President Celeste Amato joined numerous Maryland Philanthropy Network Members at Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's announcement of #OneBaltimore
This report documents the experiences, successes and lessons learned during the Learning and Action Agenda Project, an effort to provide local grantmakers with information and strategies around issues of importance to the Casey Foundation —particularly around the Foundation’s Family Economic Success framework — and to motivate them to take action on those issues within their own communities and networks.
Please join us for a casual reception to connect with colleagues, welcome new members and meet our new Board Chair, Tracey Barbour-Gillett, Abell Foundation.
The Daily Record has announced its 2018 Influential Marylanders, honoring 57 recipients who are leaving their mark throughout the state.
Members and partners often ask us about organizations doing “tree work” in Baltimore. Who is doing tree maintenance? Who is doing tree planting? Who is doing grassroots education to encourage communities to value and care for their public trees and increase tree planting on private property? Maryland Philanthropy Network staff have invited an initial list of the organizations we know that have a hand in preserving and increasing Baltimore’s tree canopy.
Maryland Philanthropy Network Members, nonprofit partners and City agencies will come together to continue the conversation around the steps being taken to further the collective action of tree planting in Baltimore City.
In 2001, we approached The Daily Record about increasing coverage of the nonprofit sector. Eleven years and 260 columns later, I find myself writing the final column.
Organizations have their own life cycles.
The Maryland Philanthropy Network (Maryland Philanthropy Network), a statewide association of more than 130 private and community foundations, intermediaries, corporations, donor advised funds and public charities, is pleased to announce that Vict
Baltimore’s anchor institutions and other businesses recently made news with results from inclusive hiring and purchasing initiatives Hopkins BLocal and the Baltimore Integration Partnership. These large businesses and partnerships show the potent