In support of seven Homelessness Prevention Program sites in Baltimore City that provide short-term financial assistance, intensive case management, and financial education to families at risk of homelessness.
In support of relocating the TRF Development Partners' headquarters to Baltimore.
In support establishing a satellite office for an adult, basic education program at the Baltimore Skills Training Center.
To support No Kid Hungry Maryland in their efforts to increase youth participation in federally-funded after-school and summer meal programs.
In support of the Text Alert Court Reminder Pilot Project to reduce failure to appear rates of OPD clients.
In support of the Pretrial Screen and Intervene Project being implemented in Baltimore's pretrial detention system.
Two-year funding to support the initial rent for the Maryland Book Bank and the launch of the Baltimore Community Warehouse in Hampden for three similar educational non-profits.
For support of a study assessing Maryland's dental health services and policy options to increase access to dental care.
In support of a new Homeless Youth Legal Network, which will expand legal services for homeless youth in Baltimore, in addition to advocating for local and state policy changes to prevent and eliminate youth homelessness.
In support of Affordability Solutions programs, which include bill assistance, Watt Watchers workshops, and Energy Coaching.