The Fund for Educational Excellence, the local nonprofit working to ensure all children in Baltimore City Public Schools experience an effective and equitable education, has elected three new members to its Board of Directors: Nan
Philanos, the leading women’s giving circle network in the U.S., announces their new board for 2021-2022.
The Chesapeake Bay Trust announced a $65,000 Green Streets, Green Jobs, Green Towns grant to the City of Annapolis for the design and construction of much-needed improvements to Hawkins Cove in Eastport.
The United Way of Central Maryland announced Tuesday it will expand the Strategic Targeted Eviction Prevention (STEP) Program to serve residents in Baltimore City as well as Baltimore, Harford, and Howard counties as the national
Maryland Legal Services Corporation, the state’s largest funder of civil legal aid, announced Thursday that Deb Seltzer will become the organization’s executive director effective Aug. 1.
The Baltimore Community Foundation promotes the success of Baltimore’s communities, its residents and particularly its young people by supporting effective public schools and equipping neighborhoods with the resources they need to
Empowered Women Make it Happen. At this year’s YWCA National Capital Area luncheon, they will gather virtually to honor four phenomenal women, who educated, fed, guided and advocated for communities as we all navigated a global pandemic.