Baltimore City Public Schools (City Schools) has requested an opportunity to provide a briefing to Maryland Philanthropy Network members on its new strategic plan prior to the Board of School Commissioners vote on November 10.
The Maryland Philanthropy Network and Baltimore Community Foundation invites you to learn the Do’s and Don’ts from our expert counsel, Robert Waldman, Co-Managing Partner of Venable and leader of the firm's national representation of tax-exempt organizations. Learn what a nonprofit organization can do; learn what a public or private foundation can do; and learn how donors can safely and legally support advocacy.
This meeting is for members of the Maryland Philanthropy Network Public Policy Committee; other Maryland Philanthropy Network members are welcome to attend and participate in discussions of how to better support members public leadership and the policy priorities of Maryland Philanthropy Network's special projects and member groups. Please contact Adam Donaldson or Kevin Griffin Moreno with any questions.
This meeting is for members of the Maryland Philanthropy Network Public Policy Committee only. The agenda for this meeting includes a discussion of how to better support members public leadership and Maryland Philanthropy Network's recent participation in Foundations on the Hill.
The Baltimore City Sustainability Plan which came out in early 2009 catalogues the City's manyenvironmental and urban greening initiatives.
Please join us on June 2nd to discuss how we can better support homeless children and youth through schools.
As a follow-up to a conversation begun at the Baltimore City Leaders Budget Briefing, please join Molly McGrath, Director of Baltimore City Department of Social Services, and Karen Sitnick, Director of Baltimore City Mayor's Office of Employment D
Over the course of this decade, two economic downturns translated into a significant rise in poverty, across the country.
Maryland Philanthropy Network invites you to hear directly from six Baltimore City Department Leaders about their 2011 budgets and priorities.