The Healthy Harbor Report Card for 2015 analyzes and reports on water quality data samples by Blue Water Baltimore both for the Harbor and further upstream, with funding for the sampling, analysis and report provided by the Abell Foundation and other partners.
For the past decade, more than one hundred teachers new to Baltimore City public schools have found a home at the Astor Court apartment building on the prominent corner of 25th and St. Paul Streets in Baltimore, Maryland.
(May 9, 2016) Analyzing the most recent data from the American Community Survey and American Housing Survey, Johns Hopkins University graduate student Philip M.E. Garboden pinpoints a “Double Crisis” in Baltimore’s affordable rental market: an income crisis and a rent crisis. Together, these crises are causing a downward spiral of hardship, uncertainty, and dislocation for families across Baltimore.
For the acquisition of a new property at 123 North Howard Street.
For support Phase II of the M&T Bank Pavilion Use and Feasibility Study.
For support of an initiative, Pioneering a New and Replicable Model for Low‑ and Moderate‑Income Community Solar Projects in Baltimore City.
For support of an initiative to reduce and prevent chromium and other toxics in Baltimore Harbor and Patapsco River.
For support of an assessment of the Long‑Term Change in Water Quality of the Gwynns Falls and the Middle Branch of the Patapsco River.
For costs of the commercial kitchen renovation and expansion of the 1023 East Baltimore Street building.
Continued support to provide legal representation and services for transgender commercial sex workers identified by the Transgender Action Group, and an evaluation of the program.