United Way of Frederick County announced Friday the first round of payments to nonprofits from its COVID-19 emergency relief fund in collaboration with community philanthropists.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact in Baltimore, prominent local businesses and non-profit organizations are collaborating to help address the food insecurity of Baltimore City children, families and communities.
In light of recent events, the Fund [or Education Excellence] asked a group of City Schools’ principals to share their perspectives and experience in grappling with school closures and the COVID-19 crisis.
Life has taken a drastic, unexpected turn.
Howard County funders are coordinating to rapidly raise funds and deploy critical resources to nonprofits in Howard County through HoCoRespond.com, with the goal of raising $100,000 in the next 10 days.
As some people face unemployment due to the coronavirus, the demand for nonprofit programs is increasing.
While the economic impact of prolonged closures is predicted to be drastic, it hasn’t stopped some of Baltimore’s most recognizable businesses from lending a hand during the pandemic.
The truest test of any society is how its most marginalized members fare during times of crisis. While many of our lives are being inconvenienced during this COVID-19 crisis, roughly 53,000 children in low-income families in the District ― most of which are families of color ― are facing significant challenges from many angles.
The United Way of Frederick County has announced the launch of an emergency relief fund with the backing by community philanthropists [the Ausherman Family Foundation, Community Foundation of Frederick Cou