The Goldseker Foundation works in partnership with the city’s civic leadership, a well-established nonprofit sector, and a growing community of entrepreneurs to serve the Baltimore community, through grantmaking primarily in the areas of community
Today, Maryland Legal Services Corporation announces that Executive Director Susan Erlichman, Esq. is retiring on July 31, 2021.
The Rockefeller Foundation is investing $20 million in a new initiative focused on improving Covid-19 vaccine access and equity that is set to roll out in Baltimore and four other pilot cities.
Ongoing incidents of tragedy and heartbreak have continued to put a spotlight on the harsh realities that our country must confront.
A major change is coming to the local leadership team of the biggest bank in Maryland. Sabina Kelly, Bank of America's market president for Greater Maryland since 2016, will retire at the end of March after a 41-year banking career.
CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, a not-for-profit and the largest health care company in the mid-Atlantic region, has been named by the Ethisphere Institute as one of the “World’s Most Ethical Companies” in 2021.
More than 80 local investors and philanthropic organizations have pledged support for a new $5 million funding effort that will aim to address major social challenges in Baltimore.
Like so many of you, I am still processing the horrifying and deadly January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, while also looking ahead with concern to the week when our country inaugurates a new president and vice president.
The Community Foundation of Howard County, the Horizon Foundation, the United Way of Central Maryland and the Women’s Giving Circle of Howard County jointly condemn the acts of violence perpetrated on our United States Capitol and our elected leaders on January 6 in a deliberate attempt to disrupt the certification of a fair and democratic election. This attack on the peaceful transition of democratic power – which is so core to our principles as a nation – is an affront to us all.
For months, as the Covid-19 pandemic continued and intensified, early care and education providers in the District and across the country wondered how they were going to survive.