Maryland Philanthropy Network is collaborating with Baltimore City and surrounding county governments to gather donations of critical supplies to support our regional workers on the frontlines. If your organization or business is able to donate any of these essential items please call Baltimore City 311 or from outside of the city dial 410.396.2525.
There is definite irony to the recurring proposals to decrease incentives for charitable giving.
BGE is joining with Exelon and Constellation to donate $175,000 to Maryland relief organizations including the United Way of Central Maryland, the Maryland Food Bank
Source: Baltimore Business Journal
Baltimore Gas and Electric Co., Constellation and their parent company, Exelon Corp., said Friday they are donating $1 million to help with the daily operating costs of Maryland nonprofits and sma
The Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore just donated $5,000 to make sure hospitality workers get the training they need to keep them safe during the pandemic.
The Minneapolis-based U.S. Bank announced a five-year, $1 million investment in the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture in northwest D.C.
Lower Shore nonprofits impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak are getting a major boost from the Richard A. Henson Foundation.
A day after a deadly explosion leveled three homes in Northwest Baltimore, people from far-away counties and neighboring states arrived at the blast
The Horizon Foundation is donating $1 million in grants to various Howard County health institutions and organizations that are work
With the start of a remote school year rapidly approaching, Baltimore families and educators scramble to prepare.
M&T Bank will contribute $200,000 to the Maryland Food Bank and Capital Area Food Bank to help them buy and distribute food to those impacted by the coronavirus outbreak and related economic crisis throughout Maryland and Greater Washington ar
At the Frederick Rescue Mission Thursday, local food banks met to receive $5,000 from the Ausherman Family Foundation.
In the wake of the U.S. withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan, the collapse of the Afghan government, and the Taliban’s takeover, many Afghans are fleeing for their lives. While up-to-date figures are unavailable due to the intense conflict, more than 1 million Afghans remain displaced from their homes due to ongoing violence and frequent natural disasters. We are grateful for our colleagues at Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees (GCIR) who have compiled a list of actions to support philanthropic response. Maryland Philanthropy Network will continue to post ways in which philanthropy may respond to all that is happening in the world and we urge foundations and individual philanthropists to look into the future of how all of this will change Maryland and what your role may be to relieve suffering and build for our future.
Every year, Open Society Institute – Baltimore releases an Impact Report to show the impact [their] work is having in Baltimore and the region, along with a list of [their] grants and donations, and a summary of our financial data.
Over 2 million people have been affected and over 200,000 people died as a result of the January 2010 earthquake in Haiti. 188,383 houses have been damaged or destroyed. Over 1.5 million displaced people living in 1,241 settlement sites. There are 4,758 schools that have been damaged or destroyed.*
The scale of destruction and need has resulted in quick and significant contributions pouring in to support relief efforts. The overwhelming success of the Text Haiti Campaign by the American Red Cross, which encourages people to donate $10 by texting "HAITI" through their cell phone,...
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.