Transportation And Social Services To Elderly Women provides transportation to seniors who can no longer drive, but want to stay in their homes.
Learn about past grantees of The Baltimore Women's Giving Circle.
Turn About Program helps non-violent female offenders re-enter society through an intensive program tailored to their emotional and physical needs.
To provide partial scholarships, enabling 20 qualified, low-income west Baltimore residents to enroll in the Nurse Assistant Training program
My Sister's Place Women's Center serves homeless women and children three nutritious meals, seven days a week;, as well as provide them with other services.
To expand certified nursing assistant and pharmacy technician career training programs to an additional site in West Baltimore
Increases family engagement for former foster youth whose children are now in foster care and foster youth who are pregnant or parenting.
The Ark Preschool serves forty homeless 2- and 4-year olds and provides school readiness, language instruction, and other supportive services.
To deliver a college preparatory education to predominantly African-American girls in grades 6 to 12 at all-girl public charter school in Baltimore City.
To provide supportive services to help women with children who need assistance with short term emergency rent, comprehensive career counseling and job searching
To provide 40 newly arrived refugee women in Baltimore City with the skills and knowledge to live an economically self-sufficient life in the United States.