The Open Society Foundations will provide $1 million in direct financial and other emergency support for workers in Baltimore who have been hit hard by COVID-19 and are at greatest risk of falling into extreme hardship, including those who are unemployed and the formerly incarcerated.
Neighborhood change is a critical issue for Baltimore, a city that is seeing strong revival in some areas and continuing decline in others, a city that is both racially and economically polarized.
Giving circles all over the country are using their unique strengths as a collective giving network to support their local communities in light of COVID-19.
The Horizon Foundation is donating $1 million in grants to various Howard County health institutions and organizations that are work
Here for the duration is how the Community Foundation of Frederick County describes its commitment to work with non-profit organisations during the coronavirus crisis.
During this unprecedented time of critical need, the Community Foundation of Frederick County is taking action to support local nonprofits that have been impacted by the COVID-19 crisis.
Through a new partnership, 10,000 needy families in the city will receive half a million diapers over the next two months, Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young announced today. Baltimore City Health Commissioner Dr.
A group of eight funders in the Baltimore region announced today the COVID-19 Response Funding Collaborative of Greater Baltimore, a streamlined opportunity for nonprofit organizations to apply for funding to sustain, deepen, or p
As the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to disrupt all sectors of society, nonprofits stand to play central roles in local and national efforts to support and assist those in need.