Our 2020 Annual Report highlights programs that are creating a more digitally equitable Baltimore, reducing gun violence, decreasing racial disparities in chronic disease, supporting tenants facing eviction, helping Black entrepreneurs access capital and small-business loans, advancing medical innovation, and providing job training for graduates of Baltimore City Public Schools that will provide pathways to careers and higher education.
Our 2019 Annual Report highlights programs that are meeting the needs of Baltimore’s most vulnerable citizens, advocating for changes to structures and practices that undergird inequality, and supporting residents who are building stronger neighborhoods across our city.
Our 2018 Annual Report highlights programs focused on creative financing of local entrepreneurs, improvements to the City’s green infrastructure, and tenacious efforts to prevent homelessness, reform our broken parole system, and teach young, struggling readers.
Our 2017 Annual Report highlights workforce development programs that successfully place returning citizens in jobs; changes to the pretrial system that reduce the reliance on cash bail; career and technical education (CTE) pathways that lead to meaningful careers; expanded access to sports programs and physical activity; progress in the fight against youth homelessness; energy and safety upgrades for seniors and low-income homeowners that stabilize neighborhoods; and investments in entrepreneurs that grow our city and our economy.
Our 2016 Annual Report profiles actions we have undertaken to address inequities and facilitate meaningful opportunities. These efforts include providing vision care for students; offering essential resources to immigrant families; supporting healthy food access and community markets; resolving student loan debt; building a pipeline for early college access; securing earned assets to help build wealth; and laying the foundation for an equitable transition to clean energy.