In support of the 2017-2018 middle school sports program, which provides after-school athletic enrichment and youth development to Baltimore public school students.
In support of addiction treatment research.
For support of the Healthy Food Access and Food Justice Program in Central West Baltimore.
In support of creating two new supportive housing facilities to benefit women in recovery.
In support of the Careers in Manufacturing Programs (CMP) to prepare low-income adults and disadvantaged job seekers for entry-level positions in the manufacturing and construction industries.
In support of the City Seeds program which provides job training and job creation.
In support of a multi-agency planning process to design the Breathe Easy in East Baltimore initiative, which aims to reduce pediatric emergency department visits and hospitalizations for asthma in the Living Classroom Foundation's designated "Target Investment Zone."
To expand the number and quality of Baltimore City Robotics after-school/summer programming in up to 75 elementary, middle, and high schools; and rigorously prepare Baltimore Robotics League teams for state and national Robotics competitions.
In support of the second season of the Baltimore Bolts Citywide FIRST Competitive Robotics Team.
For support of developing a sustainable network for healthy food access, nutrition education and locally grown produce in Baltimore City.