Ballet After Dark encourages black youth and women impacted by sexual violence and various levels of trauma to reprocess, rebuild and reclaim relationships with their bodies using the healing power of dance and holistic resources.
Our grantees work hard in the face of enormous challenges. Their big hearts, dedication, and vision hold the promise of a better future for their clients and inspire us to give our best as well.
CASA of Baltimore County supports Court-appointed volunteers who advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children in Baltimore County.
Drink at the Well (The Well) serves women survivors of sexual exploitation, addiction, abuse, and poverty in the community of Curtis Bay in a 2-year program that provides them the education, resources, and community to help them recover from trauma.
Dundalk Renaissance Corporate was formed in 2001 to revitalize and strengthen the community surrounding the now-defunct Bethlehem Steel complex at Sparrows Point.
Empower Her Network (EHN) collaborates with survivors of human trafficking to remove housing barriers, finance education, and uncover employment opportunities.
Family Crisis Center (FCC) seeks to prevent and interrupt cycles of violence for individuals, families, and communities.
Farm Alliance of Baltimore is a membership organization of urban farms, neighborhood growers, and friends that use connection, resource sharing, and collective advocacy with respect to food, land and water to expand communities’ self-determination and power.
Feeding the Flock provides assistance to underserved and disenfranchised individuals/families, most of whom reside in Baltimore City.
Goucher Prison Education Partnership (GPEP) provides a college education to individuals incarcerated in Maryland.
Hampden Family Center works to enrich the lives of Hampden residents through education and professional support, and to encourage individual growth and community fellowship.