Maryland lawmakers passed a sweeping education package in the latest General Assembly session and recently identified a work group whose task will be to find a way to pay for it.
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Join Maryland Nonprofits for a session that will bring together a variety of perspectives to discuss what the decennial census means for the nonprofit sector and our role in ensuring an accurate count.
Place-based giving has long been a cornerstone of the American philanthropic tradition.
April is the official month for recognizing the contributions, talents, time, energy, and resourcefulness of the millions of volunteers who contribute in countless ways to society.
Join Senator Chris Van Hollen for a discussion on issues affecting nonprofit organizations and our communities. This convening will be focused on bridging the gap between the nonprofit sector and federal policymakers.
What will the business community do this time?
T. Rowe Price Group Inc. is donating $2 million to organizations fighting racial injustice.
As we contend with two seismically important events — the Covid -19 pandemic and the uprisings over police brutality and systemic racism — foundations and nonprofits need to work harder than ever to build trust in their programs and policies.
Calvin Butler took the mantle as the new chairman of the Greater Baltimore Committee on Wednesday and outlined his vision for how the business advocacy organization will "evolve" and become more of a leader in addressing racial in
The global reach of Covid and its staying power both as a killer disease and an economic menace attracted a philanthropic response of $20.2 billion last year, more than double the amount given to the previous top 10 disasters combined, according to preliminary estimates released Wednesday. For many nonprofit leaders, however, the true measure of philanthropy’s response to both the pandemic and the racial-justice uprisings that followed the killing of George Floyd in May will be in whether foundations and other donors continue the less restrictive approaches to grant making they adopted during the pandemic’s early weeks.
When population vulnerability coincides with a pattern of pollution exposure, we call it environmental injustice. How do we objectively identify such cases?
Frederick County is rich in history, from the Revolutionary War forward. Originally, Memorial Day honored those who lost their lives fighting in the Civil War.
From the top floor of Hotel Revival, I marveled at a sunny 360-degree view of Baltimore. Directly south along the water I could see Port Covington, a former industrial area being redeveloped into a new metro ecosystem.
Baltimore is a one-party city, so much so that it hasn't had a Republican mayor since 1967. Registered Democrats vastly outnumber any other party registration, having a tenfold advantage over the Republican Party.
Weeks after Maryland Governor Larry Hogan said schools can begin to reopen, school leaders are still deciding on when to do just that.
By 2018, two-thirds of jobs in the American economy will require a post-secondary credential. Estimates note that over half of all Marylanders in their prime working years – 1.3 million adults between ages of 25 and 54 – lack a college degree.
Our current elections require systemic reforms to counter racial and partisan gerrymandering, increase voter participation, overcome zero-sum polarization, and advance a reflective and representative democracy.