Asylee Women Enterprise helps women seeking asylum rebuild their lives by providing a safe home and opportunities to connect with each other and the community
Our grantee agencies are diverse. They serve women and families of every ethnic, religious, racial and educational background.
Baltimore Outreach Services serves homeless women and their children, providing shelter, supportive housing, education, health services, and more.
The BioTechnical Institute of Maryland provides tuition free training and placement of Baltimore high school graduates.
Building Science Technology and Education Partnerships strives to equip our city’s brightest students with tools they need to attain college and career success.
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) volunteers serve as advocates for Baltimore County's suffering children.
Baltimore’s Enoch Pratt Free Library brings books and services to areas of Baltimore City that are underprivileged.
Students incarcerated in Maryland state prisons can get a great college education.
Health Care for the Homeless strives to prevent and end homelessness for individuals and families by providing quality, integrated health care.
Higher Achievement helps middle-school students in under-served populations improve their grades, attendance and opportunities to attend top high schools.
Backpacks helps homeless children get the food and supplies they need to survive during the weekends or when school is not in session.