Action in Maturity, Inc (AIM) empowers older adults residing in Baltimore City to age in place, independently and in community, for as long as possible, by providing transportation and access to other social services.
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Adelanté Latina!'s mission is to help Latina girls overcome the socio-cultural, economic and academic barriers they face in pursuing a college career.
Black Women Build is a home ownership and wealth building initiative that trains black women in carpentry, electrical, and plumbing by restoring vacant and deteriorated houses in West Baltimore.
Byte Back provides a pathway of inclusive technology training that leads to living-wage careers.
The mission of the Goucher Prison Education Partnership (GPEP) is to provide an excellent college education to students incarcerated in Maryland.
Heart's Place Services focuses on three services: Hope Village which provides families a chance to own a home; Winter Coat Drive which collects gently used winter clothing for adults and children; and Weekend Survival Kit program, which provides food to homeless Baltimore City Public School students and two family members each Friday.
House of Ruth empowers women, children, and families to rebuild their lives and heal from trauma, abuse and homelessness. House of Ruth offers comprehensive support for women, children and families.
Humanim's mission is to support and empower individuals who face social or economic challenges by building pathways to economic equity, opportunity, and independence.
Immigration Outreach Service Center's mission is to "partner with and empower immigrants within a safe secure environment, regardless of immigration status, race, ethnicity, sexual identity or religious affiliation, and to walk with them on their journey to rebuild their lives successfully".
Martha's Place (MP) is a recovery program for women overcoming drug addiction and homelessness.