Moveable Feast’s Culinary Training Program provides medically special, free meals for people with HIV/AIDS and other serious illnesses in Baltimore City.
Learn about past grantees of The Baltimore Women's Giving Circle.
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