In support of staff and operational costs for the Campaign for Citywide Service, an effort to respond to the needs and challenges facing the city and its residents who are looking for meaningful and emerging employment opportunities.
In support of staffing and programming costs for seven nonprofit organizations based in Southeast Baltimore that are employing summer YouthWorks participants to build skills, increase job and career readiness, and encourage leadership potential.
In support of staffing for Civic Works’ Energy Programs, which offer weatherization, home energy efficiency, and health and safety improvements to low- and moderate-income households. Services are provided at no cost through state implementation funding and local utility rebates.
In support of ICIC’s Inner City Capital Connections and Building for Growth “Mini MBA” training programs, which are designed to increase access to capital, increase revenues, and create jobs for women- and BIPOC-owned businesses.
In support of staff costs associated with expanded mortgage lending activities that will increase credit access and promote financial wellness for low- and moderate-income individuals interested in sustainable homeownership.
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