In support of the ACLU of Maryland's Criminal Justice Project.
November 1, 2017
Baltimore City’s Office of Inspector General (OIG) was created in 2005 through an executive order by then-Mayor Martin O’Malley, with the goal of increasing government accountability. Over the past 12 years, however, the Baltimore OIG has experienced ups and downs that have negatively impacted its continuity of operations and prevented it from achieving its desired goals.
In so many areas of policy, the boundary between the public and the private is fading. And this is especially true in the delivery of social services, where enthusiasm is growing for the promise of harnessing private funds to public ends.
Support for “The Environment in Focus,” a weekly program on environmental issues that airs on WYPR and four other stations in Maryland.
In support of planning and implementing the Clear Choices Clean Water Program in Baltimore City.
For support towards doubling the size of the Urban Alliance Baltimore High School Construction-sector CTE Internship program.
In support of expanding the Front Door Rapid Re-housing Program, which supports homeless families as they move from shelters to stable housing.
In support of the Crisis Intervention Assistance and Empowerment programs, which include a food pantry, clothing and household goods, financial assistance, case management, and individual and group counseling.
Toward continued support of the Rent Court Reform initiative.
In support of the 2017-2018 middle school sports program, which provides after-school athletic enrichment and youth development to Baltimore public school students.