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11.11.19

Baltimore gets dangerously cold, and too many of our neighbors are out there.

Want to help, but don’t know how? Here are four simple things you can do to make a difference in someone’s life this winter. 

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11.05.19

Over 400 runners, walkers, cheerers and volunteers enjoyed a sunny, if chilly, morning at Lake Montebello for the sixth annual Rock Your Socks 5K on Saturday, November 2.

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11.04.19

Q: Why should we invest in West Baltimore?
I’ve seen a lot of health disparities. Life expectancy is much lower. Jobs in the area are scarce. Public transportation is not reliable. And people have significant medical, mental health and substance use needs that aren’t being met. It’s where we need to be.

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11.04.19

What does home mean to you? Safety, privacy, comfort—each of us probably has a different answer. For Nettie (read her story here) a home is an opportunity to bring her family together.

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11.04.19

Six months ago, Nettie Snyder, her partner, Jaden, and five kids piled into a U-Haul, leaving North Carolina and heading back to Baltimore with little more than their clothes. She was a mother on a mission to reunite her family.

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10.28.19

Baltimore’s perfect rough and tumble mascot. The Mayor of Hampden. Instagram influencer.

We’re talking about Killer, an orange cat who is low on teeth, but full of charm. 

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10.28.19

Thomas Shuron, who has spent all 70 years of his life in Baltimore, never went to a dentist until last September.
Without insurance or a stable place to live, dental care just wasn’t an option for Thomas. And he was terrified of the pain.

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10.21.19

Read our joint statement on the loss of a lifelong advocate for justice.

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10.21.19

What happens when you put 150 Baltimore leaders in one room and ask them to discuss what creates and perpetuates homelessness? 

Intentional and critically uncomfortable conversations. 

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10.07.19

This September, nearly 50 supportive housing clients gathered at Cox Point Park for a very special picnic.

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