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The Daily Record has named Shanaysha M. Sauls, Baltimore Community Foundation, among the 28 honorees of Maryland’s 2021 Most Admired CEOs.
In 2014, when Baltimore agreed to go with a universal free lunch program under the Community Eligibility Provision, we forfeited the annual and laborious collection of income information to account for students who were eligible for free and reduc
It turns out the season for giving isn’t just around the holidays, when it comes to Baltimoreans.
On Tuesday, July 24, 2018, 9:00 - 9:20 AM, Shanaysha Sauls, BCF's President & CEO, will tell us about BCF's strategic plan. She'll dive into how BCF will be approaching engagement, fundraising and grantmaking three and a half years.
The Baltimore Business Journal has announced its CEO of the Year and their Power 10 Honorees — business leaders who have made a substantial impact on their industries, companies and communities — and who are highly regarded for their industry knowledge. The list of honorees includes Maryland Philanthropy Network board member Dr. Shanaysha Sauls, CEO of the Baltimore Community Foundation.
The Daily Record has named Nikki Highsmith Vernick, Horizon Foundation, Franklyn Baker, United Way of Central Maryland, and Shanaysha Sauls, Baltimore Community Foundation, Maryland’s 2021
The Bainum Family Foundation has named Sara Watson, Ph.D., as its Senior Director, Policy — a new role for the Foundation that reflects its evolving work in creating sustainable, systemic change for young children in the District of Columbia and b
The Baltimore Community Foundation, which connects a diverse community of donors to build a better Baltimore, is proud to welcome Kiara Mayhand, a Ph.D. student at Johns Hopkins as its first Public Health Fellow.
Shanaysha Sauls says the Baltimore Community Foundation must be transparent, open and accessible. Now, a new art exhibit recently installed in the organization's lobby is helping to bring those priorities to life.
On May 4, WYPR held a program on the role of non-profits and philanthropies in confronting the community challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, as seen through the experience of two local leaders. How are charities and grant makers responding
Four years after launching an impact investing fund aimed at making loans to local community groups, Baltimore Community Foundation is growing this part of its portfolio further as giving remains high.
What if I told you that, just as there are renewable energy sources, there is a renewable financial resource — and it’s already quietly making progress possible? Impact investing, which generates financial returns alongside positive social change, is proving a valuable tool for spurring large scale, inclusive economic growth and creating income and wealth for residents. Impact investments can take the form of low-interest loans, venture capital or municipal bond investments, for example, all with the goal of addressing critical social needs.
A recent report from the Bloomberg School of Health found that Baltimore fared better than most cities during the COVID-19 pandemic in cases of illness, mortality and vaccination rates. Baltimore City Health Commissioner Dr.
The Baltimore Community Foundation (BCF), which connects a diverse community of donors to build a better Baltimore, has hired Michael J. Campbell as its new chief financial officer and vice president of administration.
The Daily Record has announced its 2023 Influential Marylanders, honoring 52 recipients who are leaving their mark throughout the state. The list of honorees includes five Maryland Philanthropy Network members, two of whom are currently serving on our Board of Directors.
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View materials from our "2020 Annual Meeting | Reimagine Philanthropy".
The event was recorded and can be viewed online here: Maryland Philanthropy Network 2020 Annual Meeting Recording. You can view the highlights reel to our Celeste Amato Tribute Video ...
A group of eight funders in the Baltimore region announced today the COVID-19 Response Funding Collaborative of Greater Baltimore, a streamlined opportunity for nonprofit organizations to apply for funding to sustain, deepen, or p
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In June, ABFE released We Must be in it for the Long Haul, a call to action to philanthropy to stem anti-Black racism developed in partnership with Black foundations executives across the country.
Shanaysha Sauls, President & CEO of the Baltimore Community Foundation and one of the signatories of the statement, will ground participants in the impetus for the statement and share insight around the significance for MPN’s members. From there, MPN members will have a chance to learn and share with peers in smaller breakout groups.