The Baltimore Business Journal has announced its CEO of the Year and their Power 10 Honorees — business leaders who have made a substantial impact on their industries, companies and communities — and who are highly regarded for their industry knowledge. The list of honorees includes Maryland Philanthropy Network board member Dr. Shanaysha Sauls, CEO of the Baltimore Community Foundation.
The Maryland Legal Services Corporation (MLSC) is continuing to expand access to effective civil legal assistance to low-income Maryland residents and will do so under new leadership.
The Baltimore Community Foundation (BCF) is a community of people who are passionate about Baltimore and purposeful in their philanthropy.
As wildfires blaze in Hawaii, taking lives and displacing people from their homes, a Baltimore charity with strong ties to the state is worried about its workers there and bracing for damage to real estate it owns.
Harvey Morton “Bud” Meyerhoff demanded the highest quality not only of himself, but those he came in contact with. It allowed him to sustain the Meyerhoff name in real estate, philanthropy and civic leadership.
The Daily Record has announced its 2023 Influential Marylanders, honoring 52 recipients who are leaving their mark throughout the state. The list of honorees includes five Maryland Philanthropy Network members, two of whom are currently serving on our Board of Directors.
The Women’s Giving Circle of Howard County had a wonderful night celebrating women, community, and Black Philanthropy Month on August 1 at the Women's Giving Circle of Howard County's Black Philanthropy Month Happy Hour at The 3rd. The WGC is proud to continue support for Black Philanthropy Month, which is observed every August. The primary aims of BPM are informing, involving, inspiring and investing in Black philanthropic leadership to strengthen African-American and African-descent giving in all its forms, for the benefit of our planet, our communities, our organizations and our lives.
What if I told you that, just as there are renewable energy sources, there is a renewable financial resource — and it’s already quietly making progress possible? Impact investing, which generates financial returns alongside positive social change, is proving a valuable tool for spurring large scale, inclusive economic growth and creating income and wealth for residents. Impact investments can take the form of low-interest loans, venture capital or municipal bond investments, for example, all with the goal of addressing critical social needs.