In support of free digital literacy training for 100 low-income adults in Baltimore. By helping these adults master fundamental computer skills and Microsoft applications, Byte Back aims to help program graduates to earn IT certifications and secure jobs in IT.
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 the CollegeBound Finishers’ Fund for graduates of Baltimore City Schools. The Finishers’ Fund is designed to address emergency needs for students who experience a sudden change in financial aid or are “near-completers” looking to return to college.
In support of the academic and mentoring program at The Community School. The Community School is a state-certified, non-public school that provides individualized academics and mentoring for high school students who require an alternative educational route.
In support of Food & Water Watch’s efforts to ensure the effective implementation of the “Water4All Affordability Program,” a percentage-of-income water assistance program for low-income residents in Baltimore City.
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