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Robert C. Embry Jr. is best known in Maryland as the longtime president of the Abell Foundation, where he has been fighting to improve the lives of all state residents, especially the disenfranchised, since 1987.
Maryland Philanthropy Network knows philanthropy cannot be successful without our partners in government and the nonprofit community.
Technology is now an essential part of learning for many children across Maryland who are about to begin school virtually. But not every family can afford the computers and tablets that are needed to keep students in class.
Mayor Pugh formed the Safe Art Space Task Force in late December, 2016 after the tragic fire at the Ghost Ship artist collective in Oakland, California and closure of the Bell Foundry in Baltimore’s Station North Arts and Entertai
The Weinberg Foundation is pleased to announce the selection of its newest trustee, Mr. Nimrod Goor (pictured center above with the other four Weinberg Foundation trustees: left to right, Robert T. Kelly, Jr.; Paula B.
The decision to spend down all the assets of the S. D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation was made in 2008, creating significant opportunities as well as some real challenges.
Dr. Jay Perman, President of University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB), will host a luncheon to brief Maryland Philanthropy Network members on the UMB CURE Scholars Program, an initiative to connect West Baltimore youth with careers in medicine up to and including physicians and researchers.
Imagine Montgomery, Alabama at the height of the civil rights movement – a place where one man’s barbershop became a gathering place for Martin Luther King, Jr.
Baltimore medical device company Harpoon Medical’s acquisition earlier this month was a windfall for The Abell Foundation, one of its early investors.
Celeste Amato, President and CEO of Maryland Philanthropy Network, among those selected to receive The Daily Record's 2020 Influential Marylander award.
The Bainum Family Foundation is proud to announce that David Daniels, its former Chief Operating Officer, has been named CEO and President of the organization.
This event is sponsored by Kaiser Permanente, member of the Maryland Philanthropy Network.
An effort to combat generational poverty and to foster economic mobility for residents living at or below the poverty line is coming to Prince George’s County.
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Please join us for a conversation with Dr. Debra L. McCurdy, the new President of Baltimore City Community College. Dr.
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
When looking at our issue advocacy strategies, how can we strengthen our understanding of evolving concepts like ballot initiatives, organizing, and direct action that together advance this work for the long term?
The Baltimore Sun is pleased to introduce you to the 2020 Baltimore Sun Business and Civic Hall of Fame inductees. This group is the fifth to be recognized for achievements in business, philanthropy, public service, education, the arts, and more.
In the spring of 2015, Jamye Wooten took a reverend from Ferguson, Missouri, on a tour through Baltimore. It was several weeks after Freddie Gray, a 25-year-old Black man, died while in police custody.