The United Philanthropy Forum has compiled a list of resources for relief efforts for Hurricane Dorian to support those who have been impacted. Please be sure to share the resources with your members to support the communities during these trying times.
Concerned about children and youth who are homeless and its negative impact on their lives, Gwen Romack and Evan Somerstein have established the Don’t Just Stand There, DO SOMETHING Fund with the Community Foundation of Frederick County
Presented by a program officer who reviews hundreds of proposals each year, the Maryland Philanthropy Network invites new grant proposal writers to a step-by-step presentation to writing a full proposal grantmakers will want to receive. You will hear the “never ever do this” and the “be sure to do that”. This is a great workshop for grantseekers new to the field. The agenda includes additional information on preparing to write, stewarding a funder relationship, and presenting your budget.
The Greater Baltimore/Washington region is experiencing enormous growth in giving circles that are having an impact in our community- both through the specific programs they are funding and as catalysts for the growth of philanthropy overall.
Maryland Philanthropy Network invites the staff and board members of nonprofit 501(c)3 organizations and social enterprises to our recurring program on foundations and the broader landscape of philanthropy in Maryland. This learning opportunity is most appropriate to new grantseekers and to nonprofit organizations in Baltimore and central Maryland.
"For Grantseekers: You Got the Grant, So Now What?" is an opportunity for nonprofit organizations to better understand how foundations use evaluation and reporting, and the best ways to engage funders for long-term relationship building.
Just over a decade after the conclusion of the American Civil War, six black Union Army veterans — Reuben Walker, David Ireland, William Adams, Lewis Dorsey, William Massey and Samuel Bowens — established the Ellsworth Cemetery on
Join Christopher Rockey, Senior Vice President and Market Manager of Greater Maryland Community Development at PNC Bank, and James Wahls, Senior Investment Analyst at Annie E. Casey Foundation, to learn more about how the Baltimore Small Business Technical Assistance Fund has built a supportive ecosystem for small businesses owned by people of color.
Kaiser Permanente announced plans Tuesday a big expansion the Baltimore market as the health insurer triples the number of health care centers in the area and add tens of thousands of new patients in the next decade.
Maryland Philanthropy Network is committed to fulfilling its mission by embracing diversity and inclusion and focusing on racial equity in its governance and programs. The Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Committee (EDI) meets quarterly to infuse Maryland Philanthropy Network's values of diversity, inclusiveness and respect in our work.
Renee Greene stood in the dining area of Lexington Market, concentrating on the paper questionnaire in her hand. On the second page, she paused. “Better parks, less trash on the streets, fewer vacant homes ... I want all of them!
The T. Rowe Price Foundation and nonprofit groups plan to open a center in downtown Baltimore to encourage entrepreneurship and financial health among low- and moderate-income residents.
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra announced Tuesday that it has been promised pivotal gifts totaling $7.25 million that officials say will allow the b
Unlike the public bathrooms, dark alleys and vacant rowhomes where addicts furtively conduct their business, the facility’s atmosphere would be welco
Maryland lawmakers filed a “groundbreaking” but expensive 199-page bill Thursday that would mean a sweeping overhaul of the state’s public schools ―
With more than 1,430 foundations in Maryland and a growing landscape of corporate funders, donor-advised funds, giving circles, and public charities, the first step to grant seeking is understanding the basic operations of organized giving.
The Maryland Philanthropy Network is committed to supporting the coordination and education of the Baltimore Area philanthropic sector to effectively prepare for, respond to, and recover from a major local disaster.
Communities around the globe are currently responding to an outbreak of respiratory disease, known commonly as "COVID -19", which is caused by the virus “SARS-CoV-2”. As we do during times of disaster, Maryland Philanthropy Network will serve as a clearinghouse for resources and information about relief and recovery efforts to aid Maryland's philanthropies response. This page will be updated as new information is received, so please check it regularly.
Under Armour announced Thursday morning it is pledging $2 million to benefit those affected by the new coronavirus pandemic.