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Fusion Partners works to provide services to the Baltimore community during the pandemic

How a Community Grants Program Pivoted to Address Local Needs During the Pandemic

In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Fusion Partnerships — a Baltimore nonprofit funded in part by the Annie E. Casey Foundation — has modified its approach to better identify and meet the changing needs of the community. 

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In Baltimore, many adult learners encountered challenges when the COVID-19 pandemic forced their workforce training and education programs to move online. As a result, the Baltimore Digital Equity Coalition’s (BDEC) Tech Support Hotline stepped in to provide valuable technical support to keep learners engaged. 

Over the last several years, the Casey Foundation has supported community-led efforts to prevent violence and promote healing locally. In addition, Casey has invested in national networks that are treating this issue as an urgent public health matter.

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.