In support of the Baltimore Tree Trust Urban Roots Apprenticeship Program.
In support of a pilot program for 2,000 5th, 6th and 9th grade students in Baltimore City using InferCabulary software to increase critical thinking, vocabulary acquisition, and ultimately reading comprehension.
In support of design costs for the Wolfe & Gay Gateway Placemaking project.
For continued support of the Baltimore Ex-Offender Reentry Employment Program for America Works of Maryland participants.
For four-year scale-up of the Thread Community Model to serve 60 percent of the lowest performing ninth grade students in Baltimore City Schools by 2021.
In support of pro bono legal and social services for immigrant women and girls in Baltimore City who are fleeing gender-based violence.
In support of general operations at the Beans & Bread Homeless Day Resource Center.
For support of transitional housing, emergency shelter, daily community cleanups, and gang mediation.
In support of MCHI's efforts to preserve and protect health insurance coverage for Maryland residents.
For continued support of the Certified Nursing Assistant/Geriatric Nursing Assistant (CNA/GNA), Patient Care Technician (PCT), and GED prep training programs for unemployed and underemployed youth and adults in Baltimore City.