Baltimore Civic Site

Building and investing in public, private and community partnerships to improve education, job opportunities, health and neighborhoods for Baltimore City’s youth and families.

Since our move to Bal­ti­more in 1994, we’ve had a spe­cial inter­est in the well-being of the chil­dren and fam­i­lies in our home­town and are com­mit­ted to improv­ing the out­look for many of the city’s youngest res­i­dents and their par­ents, who face some of the same chal­lenges we’ve encoun­tered in our work through­out the nation.

From the Blog

In the foreground, a young Asian woman wearing a mask and a nametag listens intently in a lecture setting. A young Black man sits behind her, also listening intently.

Baltimore Summer Funding Collaborative Announces 2024 Grantees

The Casey Foundation has joined other institutions in awarding grants to summer programs for Baltimore’s youth. Learn more.

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Increasing Opportunities for Baltimore Kids and Families

Summer Grants Program

Our Baltimore Direct Services Grants program supports community-based or community-serving nonprofits providing summer activities for children and youth in Baltimore City.

A New School

Elmer A. Henderson: A Johns Hopkins Partnership School — the city's first newly constructed school in more than 20 years — takes a holistic approach to education.

Elev8 Baltimore

This initiative provides school-based health services, resources, support and out-of-school opportunities to East Baltimore middle school students and their families.