From the Blog

New initiative works to support Baltimore residents during the coronavirus pandemic.

Equitably Addressing COVID-19 and Economic Turmoil in Baltimore

The Baltimore Health Corps aims to employ 300 Baltimoreans to trace potential COVID-19 infections and coordinate care for those who contract the disease. Learn more about the initiative.

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Concentrated poverty, persistent racial segregation and discriminatory hiring, housing and education practices have contributed to higher unemployment rates in Baltimore City compared to the rest of Maryland — especially among African Americans. Learn more about efforts to strengthen the city's workforce development efforts.

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.