For continued support of staffing and operating costs of the Baltimore Brew.
Dual enrollment programs offer high school students the chance to enroll in college courses and earn transferable college credit while they are still pursuing a high school diploma. Research shows that dual enrollment participants are more likely to enroll and persist in college, earn higher GPAs during college and accumulate more college credit.
In support of scaling up three interventions in an effort to end youth homelessness in Baltimore.
To relaunch a Mentoring Resource Center in Baltimore City as an affiliate of MENTOR, the National Mentoring Partnership.
In support of exploring a pathway for children's savings accounts in Baltimore City.
For support of efforts to end mass incarceration, long sentences, and ineffective public safety strategies.
Capital funding for renovations to create a 10-bed emergency shelter for those enrolled in the Youth Opportunity (YO) workforce development program.
In support of two-year funding for Improving Education, in partnership with Baltimore City Schools to develop an “Innovation Hub,” to establish two to three educational improvement networks to address literacy, and to launch an Entrepreneur Teacher Network.
In support of providing training for the roll-out of Family League of Baltimore's new management information system.
In support of general operating costs for DBFA community engagement and advocacy.