Family League of Baltimore has released a series of RFPs to increase out of school time opportunities for Baltimore youth. These programs are made possible through the increased funding identified by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and the Baltimore City Council. The RFPs posted will support school-year and year-round programming. Please visit our Current Funding Opportunities page to learn more.
Family League of Baltimore promotes collaborative initiatives and aligns resources to create lasting outcomes for Baltimore’s children from birth until they graduate from high school and transition to college or the workforce. We serve as an architect of change, leveraging relationships with public and private entities, as well as convening stakeholders from local government, the funding community and direct service organizations to bring together financial support for a shared vision for a Baltimore where every child grows up in a family and community that thrives. Our Goal: By 2030, all children in Baltimore will be born healthy, succeed in school, graduate high school and transition into higher education and the workforce.
Baltimore’s Community and School Engagement Strategy builds strategic partnerships with schools that give students access to vital educational and non-educational services. Learn More
We coordinate youth-related programs that help Baltimore’s children and older youth get on track to leading better lives. Learn More
B’more for Healthy Babies is built on the realization that reducing infant deaths will happen only if people throughout the community play a part. Learn More
We are dedicated to feeding Baltimore's children wherever they are: at home, in school, after school and during the summer. Learn More