The Community Foundation of Howard County, which raises, manages and distributes funds to support Howard County nonprofits, named Jim Sanders to the foundation’s board of trustees.
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.
Community Foundation of Harford County has awarded 16 impact grants totaling $22,521.90 to nonprofits serving Harford Countians.
Baltimore Area Grantmakers welcomes Morgan State University President David Wilson for a conversation on shared aspirations for higher education and for our community. Dr.
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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!
It’s the season of giving and what better way to give back than to donate to local non-profits that do great work right in our backyard. That’s the premise of the Shore Gives More.
In response to the COVID-19 crisis and rising levels of hunger in communities nationally, United Way Worldwide is expanding Ride United, its transportation access initiative, to launch a “last mile” home delivery program that brings food and suppl
The Horizon Foundation is thrilled to welcome Kenitra Fokwa Kengne to our staff as a Senior Program Officer.
After decades of struggle, the 19th Amendment to the Constitution gave women in the United States the right to vote. This hard-won right foretold the increasing presence of women not only in the voting booth, but also in the workplace.
Much like most businesses over the last year and a half, the non-profit sector has had to rethink the way they operate. With donations mostly down and the need for help up, the demand for change came quickly.
As the urgent needs of the pandemic spread like wildfire last year, Caitlin Heising knew that she and her family had to do something big.
As Americans buckle down for at least another month of social distancing and sheltering in place, more than 200 U.S.
In central Maryland and across the state and country, the number of COVID-19-infected citizens continues to rise.
As COVID-19 continues to challenge jobs throughout Maryland, The Light House is experiencing the ripple effect of unemployment in Anne Arundel County.
Join the conversation with Tina Hike-Hubbard, City Schools’ Chief of Communications, Engagement and Enrollment, and a representative from the Academics Office to clarify current needs. Following the conversation with District representatives, members will have time to reflect on what they heard and share ideas about how to move forward together.
Every one of the 74 million children living in America is part of our nation’s future.
The truest test of any society is how its most marginalized members fare during times of crisis. While many of our lives are being inconvenienced during this COVID-19 crisis, roughly 53,000 children in low-income families in the District ― most of which are families of color ― are facing significant challenges from many angles.
Join us for a briefing designed to provide insight into the economic impacts of COVID-19 including employment trends and disparate effects across race and geography.