Ballet After Dark encourages black youth and women impacted by sexual violence and various levels of trauma to reprocess, rebuild and reclaim relationships with their bodies using the healing power of dance and holistic resources.
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CASA of Baltimore County supports Court-appointed volunteers who advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children in Baltimore County.
Drink at the Well (The Well) serves women survivors of sexual exploitation, addiction, abuse, and poverty in the community of Curtis Bay in a 2-year program that provides them the education, resources, and community to help them recover from trauma.
Dundalk Renaissance Corporate was formed in 2001 to revitalize and strengthen the community surrounding the now-defunct Bethlehem Steel complex at Sparrows Point.
The Community School is a non-profit, state-certified, academic and mentoring non-public high school for at-risk and disadvantaged youth from Baltimore City and County.
Empower Her Network (EHN) collaborates with survivors of human trafficking to remove housing barriers, finance education, and uncover employment opportunities.
Family Crisis Center (FCC) seeks to prevent and interrupt cycles of violence for individuals, families, and communities.
Farm Alliance of Baltimore is a membership organization of urban farms, neighborhood growers, and friends that use connection, resource sharing, and collective advocacy with respect to food, land and water to expand communities’ self-determination and power.
Feeding the Flock provides assistance to underserved and disenfranchised individuals/families, most of whom reside in Baltimore City.
Goucher Prison Education Partnership (GPEP) provides a college education to individuals incarcerated in Maryland.
Hampden Family Center works to enrich the lives of Hampden residents through education and professional support, and to encourage individual growth and community fellowship.
Health Care for the Homeless works to prevent and end homelessness for vulnerable individuals and families by providing quality, integrated health care and promoting access to affordable housing and sustainable incomes through direct service, advocacy and community engagement.
Helping Up Mission provides hope to people experiencing homelessness, poverty or addiction by meeting their physical, psychological, social and spiritual needs.
House of Ruth Maryland leads the fight to end violence against women and their children by confronting the attitudes, behaviors and systems that perpetuate it, and by providing victims with the services necessary to rebuild their lives safely and free of fear.
Immigration Outreach Service Center serves the needs of Baltimore's immigrants on their journey to rebuild their lives successfully.
Intersection of Change seeks to enrich the economic, social and spiritual lives of those dealing with poverty-related issues in the Sandtown-Winchester, Upton and surrounding communities.
Maryland Food Bank feeds people, strengthens communities and works to end hunger for more Marylanders.
NPower creates pathways to economic prosperity by launching digital careers for military veterans and young adults from underserved communities.
Park Heights Saints Community Center works to strengthen the spiritual and socioeconomic needs of Park Heights families by providing food boxes, academic tutoring to succeed in school, technology training for workforce development, and spiritual growth through weekly gatherings for young adults and seniors.
PIVOT's Women’s Reentry & Workforce Development Program helps close the revolving door of incarceration for women in Baltimore.
PREPARE provides information about, materials for, and support with parole hearing and reentry preparation in the Maryland Correctional Institution for Women (MCIW).
Pro Bono Counseling Project’s mission is to ensure that Marylanders with limited resources requesting mental health care are provided access to volunteer licensed mental health professionals and other necessary supportive services.
Rebuilding Together Baltimore (RTB) , an affiliate of the national organization, Rebuilding Together, Inc. headquartered in Washington, DC, serves owner-occupied households by providing critical home repairs.
Saint Luke's Youth Center (SLYC) is a collaboration of West Baltimore families working together with friends, neighbors, and partners to provide youth with critical resources, life-enriching experiences, and a safety-net of support.
St. Vincent de Paul works to ensure those impacted by poverty have the skills, resources, and opportunity to achieve their full potential.
Thread harnesses the power of relationships to create a new social fabric of diverse individuals deeply engaged with young people facing the most significant opportunity and achievement gaps.
Building Our Nation's Daughters, Inc. provides two-generation mentoring to black single mothers and their daughters in grades 5 - 12 in several Baltimore City schools, increasing positive relationships, economic mobility, and educational achievement of single-mother households.
Caroline Center educates unemployed and underemployed women in Baltimore for careers as certified nursing assistants and pharmacy technicians.
Foundation for Baltimore Leadership School for Young Women (BLSYW) it a 6th thru 12th grade school that engages students in learning through a strong school culture and innovative teaching practice that to develop of the whole young woman- emotionally, physically and academically.
GEDCO's Women and Children’s Eviction Prevention Fund serves women ages 18-65 threatened with eviction and refers them to CARES Career Connection for help finding a job or a better-paying job.
Girl Scouts of Central Maryland's Girls in Fearless Transition engages 40 middle/high-school girls detained at the Thomas J. S. Waxter Center, with thought-provoking, educational, and personal development sessions run by GSCM staff and volunteer mentors.
International Rescue Committee, Inc.'s Immigrant Women to the Workforce Initiative (IWWI) creates a pathway to stable and safe employment for participating women, enabling them to earn an income to support their families.
Marian House is a transitional and permanent housing and support services program for homeless women and their children in the Better Waverly and Penn Lucy neighborhoods.
MedStar Harbor Hospital has been an anchor institution in South Baltimore for over 115 years, providing patient-centered access to quality, expert health services in a healing environment for patients, their loved ones, and caregivers.
Mera Kitchen Collective addresses food inequities.
Reading Partners aims to help children become lifelong readers by empowering communities to provide individualized instruction with measurable results.
Shepherd’s Clinic provides comprehensive health care for those who cannot afford commercial insurance, yet do not qualify for government assistance.
Soccer Without Borders (SWB) uses soccer as a vehicle for positive change, providing newcomer refugee, asylee and immigrant youth with a toolkit to overcome obstacles to growth, inclusion, and personal success.
Maryland Market Money (MMM) is a statewide food access program that feeds hungry Marylanders and supports farmers through farmers markets.
St. Francis Neighborhood Center's (SFNC) mission is ending generational poverty through education, inspiring self-esteem, self-improvement, and strengthening connections to the community. SFNC strives to give people hope for a better tomorrow by providing them with the tools they need for a better today.
Orchkids, started in 2008, is one of the leading music-for-social-change-programs in the country.
The BioTechnical Institute of Maryland, Inc. (BTI) provides training in basic laboratory skills, along with job placement assistance, to prepare participants for entry- level positions that launch careers in Maryland’s growing biotech sector.
Enoch Pratt Free Library's mission is to empower, enrich, and enhance the quality of life for all through equitable access to information, services, and opportunity. For all, rich and poor, without distinction of race or color. Transformation must occur on the individual, collective, and institutional levels, and the Pratt Library can help achieve true and sustained equity through intentional and systemic library community partnerships.
The Julie Community Center works with the residents of east/southeast Baltimore to help them access resources, combat poverty and urban decline, and foster individual and neighborhood pride, participation, and self-determination.
The Tahirih Justice Center supports immigrant survivors of gender-based violence on their journey to access legal representation and seek safety in our community.
Unity Properties, Service Coordinators for very low and low-income families in West Baltimore and part of Bon Secours Community Works (Baltimore), develops affordable housing in West Baltimore aiming to improve the underlying conditions of poor health for low-income families, seniors and people with disabilities.
Urban Alliance (UA) believes that every young person deserves an equal opportunity to become self-sufficient. But for many – particularly low-income youth and young people of color – this opportunity remains out of reach. UA's mission is to empower economically disadvantaged young people to aspire, work, and succeed.
Vehicles for Change’s mission is to empower families with financial challenges to achieve economic and personal independence through car ownership and technical training. VFC repairs donated cars and awards them to low-income families so that these families can gain or maintain employment.
The Women’s Housing Coalition supports families and individuals with permanent and affordable, service enriched housing.
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.
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.
Girls' Empowerment Mission is a program to empower high school girls from under served communities by providing opportunities and growth experiences that will enable them to become independent, self-sufficient and confident young women.
Maryland Food Bank is dedicated to feeding people, strengthening communities, and ending hunger for Marylanders.
Mercy Hospital's Family Violence Response Program (FVRP) provides crisis intervention and advocacy to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and abuse.
The Pro Bono Counseling Project’s (PBCP) mission is to "ensure that Marylanders with limited resources requesting mental health care are provided access to volunteer licensed mental health professionals and other necessary supportive services."
The Human Right to Housing Project works with tenants to protect and expand their rights to safe, habitable, affordable, and non-discrimantory housing and their rights to fair and equal treatment by Maryland's landlord-tenant laws, courts, and agencies.
Through long-term mentoring relationship, Sisters Circle, empowers at-risk- girls to define success for themselves, make intentional decisions about their futures, and become self-sufficient young women.
The Sustaining Homes for Older Women (SHOW) program provides financial assistance to 50 older low-income women to mitigate unsafe housing conditions or avert imminent loss of housing to assist them to continue aging in place.
St. Mary's Outreach Center (SMOC) helps older adults meet the challenge of living self-sufficiently with dignity and respect.
Sarah's Hope provides a short term, safe place to live and to receive supportive services to move from homelessness to housing.
Thread harnesses the power of relationships to create a new social fabric of diverse individuals deeply engaged with young people facing the most significant opportunity and achievement gaps. Its community is committed to ending social isolation and building a more equitable culture in which everyone thrives.
TurnAround provides counseling and support services to victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, and sex trafficking.
UEmpower of Maryland (UEM) gives a hand up by identifying areas of genuine need and bridging resources to create solutions that Empower its community.
The Multi-Ethnic Domestic Violence Project (MEDOVI) provides immigration legal services to foreign-born Maryland residents who have experienced domestic violence and/or human sex trafficking.
My Sister's Place Lodge provides transitional housing for women experiencing homelessness in Baltimore City who are diagnosed with a disability.
Asylee Women Enterprise helps women seeing asylum to rebuild their lives and their spirits. AWE provides transitional housing, companionship and community by offering a safe and nurturing home along with opportunities to connect with each other.
Baltimore Outreach Services provides comprehensive services and programs to homeless women and their children.
OrchKids is a year-round, during and after school music program designed to create social change and nurture promising futures for youth in Baltimore City.
The Baltimore Teacher Supply Swap provides access to educational materials for teachers and students.
Biotechnical Institute provides tuition-free training and placement as skilled lab technicians for unemployed or underemployed Baltimore high school graduates.
Boys Hope Girls Hope of Baltimore is an educationally focused, long-term residential program for gifted, at-risk youth.
Caroline Center trains unemployed and underemployed Baltimore City women to become certified nursing assistants and pharmacy technicians.
CASA of Baltimore County's mission is to support court-appointed volunteers who advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children in Baltimore County.
Enterprise's mission is to create opportunities for low and moderate income people through affordable housing in diverse, thriving communities.
The Baltimore Leadership School for Young Women prepares women of Baltimore City for success in college and in life.
The CARES Emergency Financial Center assists individuals and families with pending evictions, utility shut-offs and prescription needs.
Health Care for the Homeless is the only health center dedicated to serving people and families experiencing homelessness in the Baltimore metro area.
The Women to the Workforce project is needed to support the workforce development needs of immigrant women.
Through The Living with Grace Fund aims to promote independence and quality of life for senior women living in Southeastern Baltimore County by meeting key unmet health needs.
Marian House is a holistic, healing community for women and their children who are in need of housing and support services upon discharge from prison.
Mission of Mercy provides free medical, dental care and prescription medications to uninsured and underinsured families in Baltimore County.
PIVOT is a Women's Reentry program, that helps support women in Baltimore City returning to the community after incarceration.
Planned Parenthood of Maryland provides women and men who are self-pay, zero-pay or on medical assistance health services general health care to birth control for both men and women.
Reading Partners' Baltimore helps children read and gain measurable positive success in literacy skills by providing one-on-one instruction.
Rebuilding Together provides critical repairs to low-income homeowners, allowing them to remain safe and healthy in their homes.
Shepherd's Clinic offers primary and specialty healthcare to medically uninsured or underinsured adults for nine Baltimore City zip codes.
St. Francis Neighborhood Center aims to end generational poverty in the Reservoir Hill area of Baltimore City by educating children, inspiring self-esteem, fostering self-improvement, and strengthening connections to the community.
Weekend Backpacks for Homeless Kids provides weekend and holiday meals for kids when schools are closed.
Action In Maturity, Inc. (AIM) helps vulnerable older adults in the Baltimore metropolitan area maintain their independence and self-sufficiency by providing transportation, activities, outreach, and ...
The Red Cross’ Nurse Assistant Training Program provides unemployed and underemployed women with the opportunity to begin careers in a relative short amount of time.
Challengers Independent Living teaches single, teen mothers who are living in foster care skills they need to lead independent, self-sufficient lives.
Druid Heights Community Development Corporation assists low-income families with housing in the community.
The GBMC SAFE Program serves victims of domestic violence and helps them flee unsafe situations by providing emergency material supports.
Girls on the Run of the Greater Chesapeake uses running to teach girls in grades 3-5 about self-esteem, bullying, and other important adolescent topics.
Students incarcerated in Maryland state prisons can get a great college education.
House of Ruth Maryland provides a safe haven and healing environment for victims of domestic violence and their children, where they can rebuild their lives.
Humanim’s mission is to support and empower individuals who face social or economic challenges — by building pathways to economic equity, opportunity, and independence.
Through the Computer Literacy Program, the Immigration Outreach Service Center helps immigrant women become more self-sufficient.
Living Classrooms inspires young people to achieve their potential through hands-on education and job training using urban and maritime resources.
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.
Thread engages underperforming high school students with significant barriers by providing each with a dedicated volunteers and community resources to become responsible citizens.
Vehicles for Change awards donated cars to low income mothers; thereby allowing more women to seek jobs in different locations and provide for their families.
The Village Learning Place is a library that houses educational programs, enrichment opportunities, and informational resources for Charles Village.
Women’s Housing Coalition provides safe, affordable housing and support services to homeless, low-income women and families in Baltimore City.
The Employment Law Hotline is a legal resource for Marylanders to speak to a lawyer about employment-related issues.
¡Adelante Latina! is a free, after-school academic enrichment and college preparatory program for promising Latina girls attending Baltimore City high schools.
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
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 science training and placement for under-or unemployed 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.
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.
Mission of Mercy provides free health care, dental care, and prescription medicines to the uninsured or underinsured working poor at its mobile clinics.
Moveable Feast’s Culinary Training Program provides medically special, free meals for people with HIV/AIDS and other serious illnesses in Baltimore City.
Northwest Hospital’s domestic violence intervention program, DOVE, serves over 900 Baltimore County women who have experienced domestic violence each year.
The Pro Bono Counseling Project helps Marylanders with limited resources get mental health care with free access to mental health professionals and services.
Reading Partners aims to help low-income elementary school children become lifelong readers.
St. Francis Neighborhood Center aims to end generational poverty in the Reservoir Hill area of Baltimore City.
The Samaritan Women strives to provide a therapeutic home environment with supportive services to help survivors of domestic sex trafficking women.
The Urban Alliance (UA) seeks to empower under-resourced youth to succeed through internships, training, and mentoring.
Transportation And Social Services To Elderly Women provides transportation to seniors who can no longer drive, but want to stay in their homes.
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.
Loving Arms provides emergency shelter, transitional and supportive housing and other services to runaway and homeless individuals.
To help provide psychiatric coverage for medication management, and services of a recently hired licensed clinical social worker.
To provide one-on-one business consulting, education, access to business capital, and networking opportunities to low income, female entrepreneurs.
To help provide 30 homeless women veterans housing and supportive services that range from substance abuse treatment to job placement
To provide developmentally appropriate services and recreation six days a week to children and adolescents, aged 5 to 17, at a West Baltimore center.
To help women and their families stay in their homes by providing legal advice, educating them about their rights and advocating for them in the courts.
To expand its after-school program and pilot a summer leadership program, enabling the organization to increase the number of girls it serves from 125 to 250.
St. Mary's Outreach Center helps low income seniors in Baltimore ZIP code 21211 gain access to benefits including Medicaid, bill payment assistance, and more.
Thread delivers personalized support to high school students dealing with academic and behavioral challenges for all of high school and six years beyond.
To provide employment opportunities and educational services to 50 young women living in temporary housing.
Adelante Latina! aims to improve school performance via intensive tutoring, cultural experiences, summer internships, and a week-long, college exploration.
Women incarcerated in Maryland state prisons can get a great college education.
Baltimore Outreach Services provides transitional and permanent housing referrals, and safe emergency shelter for approximately 250 homeless women and children.
OrchKids serves more than 800 inner-city students living in Baltimore communities and provides music instruction and instruments for students ages 3 to 15 years.
STEPS exposes bright, high school students from low income homes to science and technology-based careers where minorities are underrepresented.
Project D.R.E.A.M helps young girls get the guidance, help, and pregnancy care that they need.
Druid Heights Women's Re-Entry Program helps women with a prison record and history of substance abuse transition back into society.
Neighbor-to-Neighbor partners with government agencies, the faith community, non-profits and area businesses to operate three year-long programs for families.
The Learning Center offers Saturday sessions on English as a second language and on use of computers, giving women skills they need to complete job applications.
Adelante Familia works with children of Latina victims of intimate partner violence.
The Inner Harbor Project strives to reduce youth violence at the Inner Harbor and in downtown Baltimore.
INNterim provides a structured, supportive residential environment for homeless women and their children.
DOVE helps domestic violence victims feel safe and secure.
Planned Parenthood provides services to women in Baltimore area high schools, including general physical exams, counseling, and birth control advice.
To help foster reading in children in grades K-5 who are reading below grade level. Reading Partners is a national, evidence-based program that bolsters reading skills through data-informed, personali...
Girls from troubled neighborhoods are able to get an education and stay safe.
Volunteers help drive people to eye doctor appointments to make sure that they are receiving the help that they need even if they have no transportation.
Power Project serves over 300 adults, youths and families in the Reservoir Hill area, half of whom live below the federal poverty level.
Sarah's Hope is a shelter for women and their children and offers women help and support as they try to better their lives.
The College Readiness Program helps students who are the first of their family to go to collge prepare and get ready for the life ahead of them.
Lifeskills That Last A Lifetime serves 98 women with long-term, chronic disabilities involving mental or physical disorders and/or substance abuse.
Anti-Sex-Trafficking program helps suffering victims of trafficking.
Mentoring to struggling Baltimore City students finish high school; provides individual, intensive and long-term tutoring support starting in the freshman year. Note: this organization is now part of Thread.
Prepares girls in foster care for independent living
Day shelter for homeless women and their children, providing meals, phones, laundry, healthcare and other services
Mentoring, tutoring and support for children of incarcerated parents
The sole state-accredited preschool for homeless children in Baltimore City
Shelters and assists homeless families with children, most headed by a single mother, for up to 90 days
A day drop-in center offering services to youth who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless
Trains unemployed and underemployed women for work as nursing, pharmacy and patient care assistants
Legal and support services to help incarcerated women obtain parole and rebuild their lives after prison
Young Life GEMS provide life skills activities such as meals, cultural field trips, college visits and camp experiences for low-income teenage girls.
Provides outreach pediatric and adolescent healthcare services to homeless women and children in shelters, housing program, and drop-in centers
Provides academic and social support for girls at Chesapeake High School
Free, comprehensive health and dental care serving over 300 people, many with chronic illnesses such as hypertension, asthma and arthritis
Mentoring for 140 girls from low-income families who attend over 50 Baltimore City public schools
Provides transitional and long-term housing along with state-certified recovery services for women working to overcome addiction and homelessness
Couseling for Latina women and children experiencing domestic or sexual abuse or other violence
Provides home repair services allowing senior low-income women to maintain their homes and their independence
Residential care facility for survivors of sex trafficking
Helps low-income seniors in central Baltimore connect with medical, housing, food and fuel assistance programs
Helps women seeking asylum rebuild their lives by providing housing, medical care, legal aid and other services
Transportation and social assistance for low-income senior women
Supportive housing for women and their children with services including GED classes, job training, workshops, healthcare and substance abuse
Provides transitional housing and support services for women and their families in crisis
Educational program to reduce teen pregnancy in East Baltimore
Provides skills and services to help women and their children move from homelessness to self-sufficiency
Free after-school musical education program for Title I students in four elementary and middle schools in Baltimore City
To support the Robodoves, an all-girl competitive robotic team from Western High School and the only all-girl team in Maryland
To train 50 unemployed high school graduates for lab technician positions in the bioscience industry
Education and parenting skills for teen parents of preschoolers
After-school enrichment program for students in Patterson Park and Orchard Mews
To train volunteer construction workers and build a house in Baltimore city for a woman-headed household
Paid summer internship and mentoring program for high school students
Job training in "Ready to Work" program for transitional housing residents
Bilingual literacy program for 200 preschoolers at Brooklyn and Southeast Anchor libraries
To facilitate WIC and SNAP clients purchase food from community-based urban farms
Six-week summer academic program for 80 low-income elementary school students in Cherry Hill
Services to assist 22 women and 40 children in Baltimore County's only remaining transitional housing program
Services to help refugees and asylees gain self-sufficiency during their first year in Baltimore
Partner with Goucher College to provide college courses for women in prison
Safety, Dignity And Justice For Women In Baltimore assist more than 250 women and girls annually who are victims of violence and oppression.
Matches people seeking affordable housing with homeowners wanting to rent extra space
Emergency shelter for homeless women and children
Innovative small loan (for car purchase) and financial education/counseling program to assist working families with poor credit move toward self-sufficiency
Intensive academic and mentoring program for underserved youth in Hampden/Medfield/Remington
Emergency shelter and transitional housing for families in need
To help 350 senior African-American women living in 3 federally-subsidized senior apartment complexes maintain independence
To support and additional case management worker at the only accredited treatment center for torture victims in Maryland
To help women re-enter society after imprisonment and facilitate children's visits to incarcerated parents
Intensive case management, 28 days in-patient and 6 months transitional housing for women recently released from prison
To provide safe housing, job skills training and help accessing legal and social services for women
To provide 3 weekly after-school classes in reading, math, science and social studies to 75 children in grades 1-5
To provide free training in the center's certified/geriatric program to 3-4 under or unemployed women
To help fund the salary of a supervisior to oversee and train volunteers who provide guidance to female foster youth aging out of foster care
To improve language and social skills in homeless children ages 3-5 at the Ark Preschool and provide family support services
To support a bilingual client service coordinator who provides crisis intervention and other services to at least 50 Latina victims of domestic partner abuse
To expand tutoring and support services for struggling students in Dunbar High School and Baltimore's Academy for College and Career Exploration. Note this organization is now part of Thread.
To support the GEM program in Chesapeak High School, which aims to help girls from low-income homes complete their education and improve self-esteem
To provide housing, meals and transportation as well as educational, employment and counseling services to homeless women and children
To provide food, shelter, clothing and many other support services to youth aging out of foster care
To increase the number of low-income unemployed Baltimore City women receiving assistance with job-seeking and readiness skills from 100 to 150
To provide girls from low-income families access to cultural, educational and recreational program through mentorships
To provide meals and other services to homeless women and children
To provide food, shelter, case management and a nurturing environment at Baltimore County's only shelter serving low-income families with children
To support case management staff for a program providing 24/7 emergency services for victims of domestic violence
To support a professional placement manager who provides job placement and retention services for unemployed, working poor and homeless women
901 Drop-In Center strives to help women in the sex trade by providing food, clothing, mental and physical health services, GED and traditional job training.
To help support the staff who provide direct assistance to seniors living in the Hampden area
To help 24-40 jailed or paroled female veterans transition back into the Baltimore Community
Support for five additional team leaders who coordinate the pairing of women over 55 with K-3 students in Baltimore City schools
Supportive services for women and their children in the BOS homeless shelter including workforce development/culinary projects
Music instruction, life skills training and mentoring for at-risk children at Lockerman-Bundy and New Song Academy in West Baltimore
Assists high school debaters in the college preparation program
Community Conferencing for 50 girls and young women in Baltimore City who are at risk of school suspension, arrest or incarceration
After-school program for children plus a GED preparation program for their mothers in the Pimlico are
Expanded comprehensive afterschool program for at-risk youth from Cherry Hill at New Era Academy
Funds a full-time social worker in the new pediatric/adolescent clinic to case manage the medical and housing needs of homeless women and their children
Free mobile medical and dental clinic serving 500 patients in Reisterstown, Baltimore County
Meals and groceries for children of women living with HIV/AIDS in Baltimore City and surrounding counties
Paid internships for up to 27 young female students who are aging out of foster care in Baltimore City
Structured 6-month program that addresses overwhelming drug addiction in the Sandtown-Winchester and Upton communities
Parenting Alone provides free counseling for 80 low-income single-parent military spouses and service members and their families
A Healthy Midlife And Beyond addresses issues of middle-aged, uninsured, economically-disadvantaged women through screening for chronic diseases.
Comprehensive shelter program for homeless women and children in Sandtown/Winchester designed to stabilize families and promote self-sufficiency
Teen Intervention And Prevention Program targets adolescent girls who are at high-risk for being victims of sexual and domestic violence in the Baltimore area.
Funds student volunteers who support new low-income mothers and their children by connecting them to vital services and programs
Doubles (from 5-10) the information and training sessions for over 100 immigrant women who are victims of domestic violence
Spanish literacy classes to Wolfe Street Academy mothers
GED training, early literacy, and in-home support services
After school program to develop violence prevention skills
College Access Specialist for Western High School students
Academic and mentoring program for youth (15-17 years of age) studying for high school diploma and for collge support.
Trains and provides volunteer advocates for foster children in the Juvenile Court System
Partially funds a full-time assistant teacher for homeless preschoolers
Dreams in Progress program coordinator
To support pilot permanent housing leasing program for apartment graduates
To train birth companions to assist young pregnant teens
After-school enrichment and mentoring program for at-risk high school girls
To assis women in residential crisis program by paying for clothing, food, housing deposits and medicine
To support homeless shelter and provide assistance with permanent housing
To fund three college courses for female inmates to earn towards AA and BA degrees
To help homeless women and their children find housing and help them develop skills to succeed
To fund mental health consultant to oversee program to train others to improve parenting skills
To hire part-time staff person to help seniors access entitlement programs
To increase enrollment by 100 women in program for parenting and life skills
To pay salaries of resource mother and 4 workshops leaders, plus food, handbooks and graduation
Transportation for shopping, cultural and social activities to help seniors live independently
Provides free uniforms for students who cannot afford the required clothes for public school
Support services for emergency shelter residents
Job training program for unemployed and under-employed women
Teaching financial literacy to applicants
Sponsors Experience Corps mentors
Therapist to work with children who have witnessed domestic violence
Sends therapy dogs to play and communicate with children at this family crisis center
Services for children in this transitional family program
Counseling services for job seekers
Links homeless women to programs and community services
Employment counseling for women
Mentoring and literacy program for 1st time non-violent female offenders
Support services for foster kids aging out of the foster care system
Support for this 18-family emergency and transitional housing shelter
Training parents to communicate effectively with their children
Mentoring program for 20 high school girls to assist with college preparation and transition
Mammograms for women ineligible for public assistance
Bilingual services to help the Spanish-speaking community combat domestic violence
Summer mathematics instruction program
Services for at-risk girls as they become sexually active
Teaching mediation and conflict resoltion skills to House of Ruth residents
Nursery school and kindergarten for homeless children in Baltimore City
Provides training costs, childcare services and bus passes for women attending school or job training classes and interviews
Two therapy groups for women who experienced sexual abuse in childhood
Educates teens about sexual and reproductive health
Part-time mentoring coordinator for this enrichment program for at-risk high school girls
Program teaching life, parenting and communication skills
Mobile Medical Clinic providing free health and dental care
Provides guidance and services for high school placement, academic assistance and college application assistance
To hire a part-time college counselor
Courses for mental health and addiction clients and their families
Mental health counseling and referral services for low-income women who are single parents
Expansion of this innovative program to nurture school readiness and identify promising practices in early-childhood education
Offsets rental expenses for the neediest people in the rental services program
St. Frances Academy provides tuition assistance for students at St. Frances Academy.
Transitional house for homeless women and their children; offers support services and classes leading towards self-sufficiency
Salary for additional case worker serving women and their children
Support for formerly incarcerated women as they re-enter their communities
Housing support, substance abuse counseling, life skills classes and job-readiness programs for residents of Druid Hill Transitional Housing
Support services for women refugees who experienced torture and trauma in their home countries
Basic reading and math classes for residents of this emergency and transition housing shelter
Caregiver training, family education and support for families with early-onset dementia patients
Bus signs to promote HIV/AIDS awareness among pregnant and post-partum women
Expansion of this family finaancial literacy program
Teaching women basic cooking and kitchen skills leading to job placement in the food services industry
Culinary skills training, internships and job placement in the food services industry
College Access Specialist to assist at-risk students applying for college
Training program for Dayspring Village mothers that leads to Head Start teacher certification
Mentoring program for incarcerated women and their daughters
GED training for pregnant and post-partum women recovering from substance abuse
Life skills and peer-to-peer support groups for middle school and high school girls
Career counseling and support services for young, single mothers
Free prescription medications for people with low incomes
Transitional housing for women overcoming addiction
Assists children whose mothers are unable to provide complete care
Staff support for youth-led advocacy group for foster children
After school service projects that address community needs
Identifies and supports abused women and their children
Giving girls confidence in their abilities and potential through training in the media arts
Case manager to help shelter residents move to permanent housing
Services for families who are new homeowners
Pre-school for homeless children ages 3-5
After-school dance program to build self-esteem and foster healthy choices for at-risk girls
Evening childcare services for mothers attending domestic violence education and support programs
Exercise program and health education for seniors
Early Headstart program in Southeast Baltimore to help new refugees
After school enrichment and mentoring program for at-risk high school girls
Provides 800+ patient visits and dispenses 2300+ prescription medications to new and long-term patients
One-on-one tutoring and mentoring for 5th grade girls
Nursery social worker and childcare coordinator for the Family Traditions program
Women's support group focused on increasing problem-solving skills
Training services including GED assistance, computer skills and job readiness
Adding grade 7 to this all-girls, tuition-free, Catholic middle school
Support, education and counseling for Latinas who have experienced domestic abuse
Tuition assistance for job training in allied health careers
Life skills classes for women who are recovering addicts
Support group for Latina mothers
GED, life skills and job training programs for young mothers
Family enrichment program for women and children residents of this transitional house
Developing a new, updated Self-Sufficiency Standard for the State of Maryland
Childcare services for women enrolled in job readiness classes
Develop a culinary training program to teach marketable skills in the food services industry
Support coordinator's position for the health career training program
Retreats for women in drug treatment programs at Chrysalis House
Services for formerly incarcerated women
Teaches life skills to homeless women
Support services for the families of women in drug treatment programs
Support coordinator's position for mentoring program for young teenagers
Classes and training designed to prevent violence against women
Aims to break the circle of poverty through support services for at-risk youth
Parenting support for incarcerated women
Program to help homeowners experiencing financial difficulties stay in and maintain their homes
Counseling services for grandmothers who are primary caregivers
Parenting classes in a support group format
Create community resource center in two schools in the Sandtown-Winchester neighborhood
Program to prevent teenage pregnancy
Job training program for low-income women
Client emergency needs fund
Couseling for women recently released from prison
Mentoring and enrichment activities for 9th grade girls
Mentoring for the children of incarcerated parents
Counseling for victims of abuse
Financial literacy, parenting and nutrition classes for at-risk women
Financial literacy classes for women
Extended shelter services for women victims of abuse and their children
Sponsors bimonthly troop meetings within prisons for girl scouts and their incarcerated mothers
Training refugee women to found and run small, entrepreneurial businesses
Parenting classes for at-risk women
Parenting classes for homeless women
Emergency funds for women in transition
Support groups for incarcerated women who were victims of domestic violence
Family enhancement and strengthening program
Forklift safety training for women working towards warehouse-related jobs
Career training for female ex-offenders
Operating support and training for program mentors
Transitional housing and recovery house for women overcoming addiction
Employment services for discplaced homemakers and women who are single parents
Expansion of center
Empowering economic self-sufficiency through Project Second Start
Emergency case manager
After school program for middle school girls
Training women to become geriatric nursing assistants
To provide construction costs for 3rd annual "all women build" home construction project
Childcare and nursing home care training classes
Assisting homelesss women achieve economic self-sufficiency
Helping elderly clients obtain Medicare waivers for geriatric and/or in-home care
Three-day retreats for at-risk girls aged 11-18
Financial literacy training for women entering the workforce
Financial literacy classes
Teaching home renovation skills to new homeowners
Provides matching funds to the savings accounts of women in the transitional housing program