In support of the Senior Home Maintenance Program to allow elderly and disabled individuals to continue to live in their own homes.
In support of general operating funds for staff salaries.
In support of purchasing a hot water heater for the South Baltimore facility.
In support of providing comprehensive services to homeless women and children.
In support of providing 152 women with long-acting reversible contraceptives, focusing on those who are not eligible for health insurance.
In support the ACLU of Maryland's Criminal Justice Project.
January 24, 2017
Chatoia Martin always wanted to teach, and after graduating from Rutgers University and volunteering with City Year in Baton Rouge, she began researching how to enter the profession. “I wanted to work in a community where I felt I was making a real change,” she remembered. “I wanted to feel great about my job, and for me that meant knowing what I was doing and that I was making a difference.”