In support of the development of “Independence Place,” which will create a campus of supportive housing for homeless women and families that will foster stability, wellness and self-sufficiency for its residents.
In support of the Lawyer in the Library program, which provides legal assistance for low-income Baltimore City residents by placing skilled attorneys and other advocates in library branch locations.
In support of the Rent Court Reform initiative.
In support of Groundswell's community solar subscriber management application “Sharing Power.”
In support of a Baltimore City Public Schools audit (as requested by CEO Dr. Sonja Santelises) of the formal and taught English Language Arts (ELA) curriculum to examine both the alignment to standards and the content depth/rigor.
In support of the Baltimore Tree Trust Urban Roots Apprenticeship Program.
In support of a pilot program for 2,000 5th, 6th and 9th grade students in Baltimore City using InferCabulary software to increase critical thinking, vocabulary acquisition, and ultimately reading comprehension.
Design costs of the Wolfe & Gay Gateway, a placemaking project to revitalize two Amtrak underpasses and create a pocket park in order to encourage more patron traffic to the Baltimore Food Hub.
For continued support of the Baltimore Ex-Offender Reentry Employment Program for America Works of Maryland participants.
For four-year scale-up of the Thread Community Model to serve 60 percent of the lowest performing ninth grade students in Baltimore City Schools by 2021.