In support of community engagement and advocacy efforts.
For continued support of providing automotive technician instruction and job placement services for 40 previously incarcerated Baltimore residents.
To provide funding for scaling the number of teachers trained for Baltimore City Public Schools (City Schools), and to achieve financial sustainability in Baltimore by 2019.
In support of Teach For America (TFA) Baltimore's new development models to maximize the leadership of the Baltimore teaching community.
For continued support of the Next Course food service occupational skills training program for low-income Baltimore City residents.
Toward continued support of the Workplace Justice Project’s campaign to enforce new federal regulations for Home Care Workers.
For continued support of the Access to Healthy Foods program, which aims to reduce food insecurity by providing families hot lunches and shelf-stable food in addition to providing children nutrition education and hands-on cooking activities.
In support of providing employment assistance to more than 300 job-seekers.
For continued support and expansion of mental health services for refugees who have settled in Baltimore City.