For support of a handyman program for low-income seniors.
For support of operating costs of four transitional houses which provide alcohol and substance abuse treatment for men and women in Northeast Baltimore.
For support of the Justice Project's unpaid wage lien implementation initiative
For support of the Technology Service Corps Workforce Development Program.
For support of the Healthy Food Access and Food Justice Program in Central West Baltimore.
For completion of the laboratory-scale development of the CycloBurn System – an efficient, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly means of disposing poultry litter and generating on-site electricity for individual poultry farms.
For support of feeding Baltimore City students through the School Pantry Program.
For support of transitional housing for homeless women and children.
For support of small business coaching for Latinos.
For continued support of Waste to Wealth: Creating Jobs in Baltimore, an initiative designed to convert waste from an environmental and economic liability into a valuable resource. ILSR seeks to pilot a youth-led, bike-powered food scrap collection and composting enterprise in Baltimore’s Brooklyn and Curtis Bay neighborhoods.