Building Our Nation's Daughters, Inc. provides two-generation mentoring to black single mothers and their daughters in grades 5 - 12 in several Baltimore City schools, increasing positive relationships, economic mobility, and educational achievement of single-mother households.
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.
Caroline Center educates unemployed and underemployed women in Baltimore for careers as certified nursing assistants and pharmacy technicians.
Foundation for Baltimore Leadership School for Young Women (BLSYW) it a 6th thru 12th grade school that engages students in learning through a strong school culture and innovative teaching practice that to develop of the whole young woman- emotionally, physically and academically.
GEDCO's Women and Children’s Eviction Prevention Fund serves women ages 18-65 threatened with eviction and refers them to CARES Career Connection for help finding a job or a better-paying job.
Girl Scouts of Central Maryland's Girls in Fearless Transition engages 40 middle/high-school girls detained at the Thomas J. S. Waxter Center, with thought-provoking, educational, and personal development sessions run by GSCM staff and volunteer mentors.
International Rescue Committee, Inc.'s Immigrant Women to the Workforce Initiative (IWWI) creates a pathway to stable and safe employment for participating women, enabling them to earn an income to support their families.
Marian House is a transitional and permanent housing and support services program for homeless women and their children in the Better Waverly and Penn Lucy neighborhoods.
MedStar Harbor Hospital has been an anchor institution in South Baltimore for over 115 years, providing patient-centered access to quality, expert health services in a healing environment for patients, their loved ones, and caregivers.
Through its alkimiah Community Meal Commitment, MK Foundation addresses food inequities.
Reading Partners aims to help children become lifelong readers by empowering communities to provide individualized instruction with measurable results.