Asylee Women Enterprise (AWE) aims to help women seeking asylum rebuild their lives and spirits by providing a safe and nurturing home and opportunities to connect.
Our grantee agencies are diverse. They serve women and families of every ethnic, religious, racial and educational background.
Baltimore Outreach Services (BOS) strives to provide comprehensive services and programs to homeless women and their children.
BioTechnical Institute of Maryland (BTI)-provides tuition free training and placement of Baltimore high school graduates as skilled and reliable lab technicians.
Building Science Technology and Education Partnerships (Building STEPS) strives to equip our city’s brightest students with tools they need to attain college and career success.
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) volunteers serve as advocates for Baltimore County's abused and neglected children, striving to place these children in loving, safe, and permanent homes.
The Book Buggy brings books, computers, educational materials, and enrichment activities, such as story times, to nine Women and Infant Centers and 24 daycare facilities in underserved communities in Baltimore City.
The Goucher Prison Education Partnership (GPEP), a division of Goucher College, aims to provide an excellent college education to students incarcerated in Maryland state prisons.
HCH strives to prevent and end homelessness for individuals and families by providing quality, integrated health care and promoting access to affordable housing and sustainable incomes.
Higher Achievement strives to help middle-school students in under-served populations improve their grades, test scores, attendance and opportunities to attend top college preparatory high schools.
Weekend Backpacks for Homeless Kids provides food to homeless children in Baltimore throughout the school year to see them through days when schools are closed.