Living Classrooms inspires young people to achieve their potential through hands-on education and job training using urban and maritime resources.
Our grantee agencies are diverse. They serve women and families of every ethnic, religious, racial and educational background.
The Maryland Food Bank provides low-income individuals with culinary training that leads to better jobs.
Maryland New Directions offers low-income women career training in the hospitality, commercial transportation and maritime fields, leading to better jobs.
Sisters Academy of Baltimore educates girls of different races, ethnic groups and religions, from families of limited means.
Soccer Without Borders provides newcomer refugee, asylum and immigrant youth with a toolkit for personal success.
St. Mary’s Outreach Center helps older adults to meet the challenges of living self-sufficiently with dignity and respect through a variety of programs.
St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore aims to ensure people living in poverty gain skills and resources to achieve their full potential.
The Club at Collington Square, a program of Strong City, Baltimore, seeks to provide a structured loving environment in a tough neighborhood.
The Tahirih Justice Center supports immigrant women and girls through legal services and advocacy for change.
The Community School is an academic and mentoring high school in the Remington Community of Baltimore.