We seek to improve schools, health, economic opportunities and neighborhoods for local kids and their families.
We strive to build a safe, stable and economically diverse East Baltimore community and to invest in collaborative strategies citywide that help kids succeed in school and families care for their children.
To do this, we work with civic, education, nonprofit and business partners to:
- This Casey Connects post highlights East Baltimore Development Inc.’s work to help connect local residents with jobs, training and newly developed housing in the neighborhood.
- What's the real East Baltimore? The East Baltimore Development Inc. video series gives viewers an up-close and current look at developments throughout the community.
- How is Baltimore supporting young readers? Learn more about the city's campaign to increase the number of students reading at grade level.
- Responsible Redevelopment: Relocation Road Map 1.0 outlines some of the major challenges faced when low-income families and their children are displaced by redevelopment projects and suggests alternative standards and practices that result in better outcomes for residents.
- The Greater Baltimore region has significant untapped assets that could translate into more job opportunities. This Brookings Institution report features recommendations on ways to build on that potential, create more quality jobs and help low-income people access employment.
- Where can city residents find job training and explore their career options? Train Baltimore has answers.
We work closely with the city and state as well as several public, private and community partners. Just some of these partners: