The Tahirih Justice Center supports immigrant survivors of gender-based violence from throughout the region on their journeys to safety, security, and justice.
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.
Unique Fabrics began as a lunch and literacy program to address food insecurity in children and evolved into a mentoring program by teaching basic sewing skills to women and girls. It is now a program that partners with Youthworks to serve children at risk in Baltimore City.
The Women’s Law Center’s mission is to ensure the physical safety, economic security, and autonomy of women throughout the state.
¡Adelante Latina! is a free of charge, three-year, after school college access program for under-served, academically high-achieving Latinas beginning their 10th grade in the Baltimore City Public School System
Action in Maturity's (AIM) mission is to empower Baltimore City's vulnerable older adults by providing access to transportation and wrap-around service such that older adults can age in place independently and with dignity.
The BSO’s OrchKids Program's mission is remove all barriers to instrumental music education for Baltimore’s youth.
Bmore Italian Center (BIT) supports an equitable prosperous Baltimore through building community health and wealth for citizens of the world who call Baltimore home.
The mission of Baltimore Outreach Services (BOS) is to move homeless women and their children to stable housing and independence by providing comprehensive programs and services beginning with emergency shelter.
Coach G. Academy is a whole child mentoring program which uses step dancing and step competition to engage teenage girls to enhance their opportunities for growth and success.
Her Resiliency Center (HER) promotes healthy living strategies among the most vulnerable of populations, using community support to help runaway, homeless and otherwise high-risk young women improve their health and gain confidence, self-esteem and practical work and life skills.
LED Ladies provides emergency housing assistance to women facing eviction. Through its partnership with Baltimore’s Municipal Employees Credit Union (MECU), LED Ladies offers these women access to financial counseling that leads to better money management and greater economic and housing stability.
Manna House offers assistance and support to the homeless, poor and needy of Baltimore with services contributing toward their independence and stability.
Marian House is a holistic, healing community for women and their children who are in need of housing and support services.
Mission of Mercy works to restore dignity and "healing through love" by providing free healthcare.
No Struggle No Success provides resources and support so that individuals returning from prison are successful in their transition from incarceration to freedom.
Per Scholas’ mission is to advance economic equity through rigorous training for tech careers, and to connect skilled talent to leading businesses.
Planned Parenthood of Maryland's (PPM) mission is to enable all Marylanders to have access to a wide range of high quality, affordable reproductive health care services.
Reading Partners’ mission is to help children become lifelong readers by empowering communities to provide individualized instruction with measurable results.
Restoring Ivy Collective builds community and connection for sex trafficking survivors, in a confidential, safe environment, with a specialization supporting pregnant and postpartum survivors and their children.
The mission of Roberta’s House is for all children and families suffering the loss or death of someone special to have support and a safe place to heal and recover.
St. Mary’s Outreach Center's mission is to partner with older adults and their caregivers to meet the challenges of living self-sufficiently with dignity and respect.