In support of Divert Baltimore, an initiative to demonstrate that recycling is a viable alternative to trash incineration.
To develop the Baltimore Police Law Enforcement Explorers Program as a Career/Technology pathway in Baltimore City Schools and to increase the number of successful applicants to the new Baltimore City Police Cadet Academy.
To pilot an on-site addiction and mental health treatment at the Baltimore City Detention Center (BCDC).
In support of training and equipment needs of the BPD Office of Professional Responsibility.
In support of the Quick Start to Careers project, which aims to connect lower-skilled individuals to career training and adequate employment.
In support of the Year Up Baltimore Internship Assistance Program.
For continued support of the YES Drop-In Center, which provides services and programming to engage youth experiencing homelessness and help them secure housing, employment, and stability.
In support of costs related to recruiting, selecting, training, and placing 2017 Fellows in Baltimore.
In support of the Pretrial Justice Clinic at the University of Baltimore School of Law
In support of covering costs for eight remaining homeless students in the Father Joubert boarding program at St. Frances Academy.