In support of homebuyer incentives for three houses developed by Black, brown, immigrant, and/or women developers as part of a revitalization strategy in the Hollins Market neighborhood.
In support of staffing and operational expenses for continued reporting on issues facing City residents.
In support of staffing costs associated with Kiva Baltimore’s expansion and increased demand for small and micro-business consultation.
In support of providing in-person assistance to renters in the District Court building with applications for federal eviction prevention funding and resource referrals to satisfy rental debt and prevent eviction.
In support of staff costs associated with expanding Innovation Works’ efforts to support social entrepreneurs in Baltimore City.
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