The Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County’s 2022 Anne Arundel County needs assessment, Poverty Amidst Plenty VII: Moving Forward Together is now available electronically. The community needs assessment is a data-rich report intended to increase knowledge and awareness about persistent local trends and needs in Anne Arundel County.
Ten Baltimore organizations each received $25,000 to continue their work supporting Black residents in the Baltimore area.
For 40 years, Enterprise Community Partners made a good home possible for the millions of families without one. When there wasn’t a path forward, they built one.
Newly released data from the U.S. Census Bureau reveal a major public policy success. The nation’s child poverty rate dropped by half in 2021, from an estimated 10% in 2020 to a historic low of 5%.
The Bainum Family Foundation President and CEO David Daniels recently spoke with PEAK President and CEO Satonya Fair to discuss what it means—and looks like—to share power, how he embeds Bainum’s values through funding prac
This month, we celebrate Black Philanthropy Month, a worldwide, month-long celebration of Black giving, launched in August 2011 by Jackie Bouvier Copeland and the Pan-African Women’s Philanthropy Network, now called Reunity.
Two years ago, the pandemic was an emergent, novel crisis. Last year, it was “the new normal,” but the Baltimore Community Foundation’s response and that of its fundholders, donors and partners remained fiercely urgent.
Part of what makes Frederick County unique is its mix of charming small towns and Main Streets, rural farmlands, and bustling city centers.
Family League of Baltimore and Morgan State University School of Community Health and Policy in partnership with Share Our Strength and CLLCTIVLY, announce the 21 recipients of ov
Mental health, affordable housing and disparities related to diversity are the top three needs facing Frederick County, according to a study commissioned by The Community Foundation of Frederick County.