Camp Impact Leaves A Mark At Ft. Washington Elementary/Middle School

Camp Impact participants pose for a photo during the second week of the camp. Camp Impact was a five-week camp that introduced them to functional life skills. The camp exposed the youth to educational and cultural experiences to prepare them ...

New App Lets Kids Earn And Invest Money

The exciting new App provides real “life lessons” through hands-on experience of earning, saving, sharing, spending, and investing real allowance each week.

Baltimore Law Office Gives Back To Community By Hosting Horizon Day Camp Carnival

Funded by local donors, the Horizon Day Camp’s team of medical, staff enabled the kids and their siblings to enjoy all the activities of a day camp, while providing a support system for the children’s families.

Dole And ShopRite Bring “Learning Garden” To Liberty Elementary School

The students and faculty of Liberty Elementary School were involved in a very special event on Thursday, June 7, 2018. Jacob Klein of Klein’s ShopRite of Maryland joined Dole Packaged Foods to mark the donation of a Captain Planet Foundation ...

Nonprofits Team Up To Host Anti-Bullying Conversation, Positive Self-Image For Maryland Youth

Even though bullying, positive self-image and mental health concerns are rarely top of mind when summer fun is underway, three nonprofits, IT TAKES TWO, INC. and Lauryn’s Law, Inc. and Art Works Now teamed up to offer an inaugural “No ...

Morgan State Student Receives First McDonald’s-TMCF Scholarship

Morgan State University Freshman Quamir Payton, a first-generation college student who boasts a 3.9 GPA, has earned the first $10,000 scholarship from a partnership between McDonald’s and the Thurgood Marshall College Fund.

CCBC Hosts Baltimore County College Promise Information Sessions

The Community College of Baltimore County will hold Baltimore County College Promise Information Sessions from July 31 to August 2, 2018 for students and their parents, who are interested in learning about how to earn an associate degree or workplace ...

Local Head Start Administrator Graduates From UCLA Head Start Management Fellows Program

Training completed by Head Start executive Aamil Abdul-Saboor will ultimately benefit children and their families from Union Baptist-Harvey Johnson Head Start in Baltimore City.

Special Night With Bowie Baysox Benefits Chesapeake Kids Programs

Kids who attended Camp Nabi in 2017 run with Bowie Baysox starting players to take their positions on the field before the “Star-Spangled Banner” is performed.

A Small Gift Can Leave A Lasting Legacy When You Invest In HBCUs

Earlier this year, a man named Jack Weldon Patrick passed away in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin. A long-time lawyer, Patrick was remembered as a family man, an advocate for social justice, and a respected community leader.

Pilot Program Seeks To Encourage African Americans To Consider Careers In Architecture, Historic Preservation

Only five percent of architecture students are black, according to data from the National Architectural Accrediting Board, and a meager 0.3 percent of licensed architects are African American women. However, all of that could soon change.

Baltimore School Receives $100K Grant From Cooke Foundation

The Ingenuity Project at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute is among four recipients to equally share a $400,000 grant issued by the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation to selective public high schools.

Amazon Provides Backpacks To Six Head Start Locations In Baltimore

Large e-commerce company, Amazon worked with St. Vincent de Paul to donate 330 backpacks to six Head Start locations in Baltimore last month. The backpacks were filled with more than $8,000 worth of books, pencils, craft items and workbooks focused ...

T. Rowe Price Grant Spurs BCCC Engagement Plan For West Baltimore

The T. Rowe Price Foundation has awarded a grant to the Baltimore City Community College (BCCC) to connect students in West Baltimore to jobs, community resources and success in higher education.

AACC Architecture Student Ranks First In National Competition

Mark Davis, an Anne Arundel Community College architecture student, netted first place in a national competition with a design for a visitor’s center in California’s Joshua Tree National Park. He beat out 44 other submissions from 17 schools representing 13 ...