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The story of four YouthWorks participants and how the city’s career training program has prepared them for college and beyond. Every day around 8 a.m. thousands of Baltimore residents roll out of bed to
Since the conclusion of the 2017 legislative session, Family League’s Policy Team has been hard at work keeping local stakeholders informed about our work, listening closely to the priorities
Demaune Millard, Interim President & CEO On my first day on the job as Interim President & CEO, my first appointment was an important one that I didn’t take lightly.
Baltimore City Base Funding: $2,478,978 Competitive Funding: $442,124 Board Support: $743,693 Community Schools – Supporting Community School Coordinators at 21 Community Schools who will work with community and school
Family League of Baltimore is pleased to announce funding for the following small community organizations with programs serving Baltimore youth this summer. Projects range back to school events/festivals that provide
For FY 2018, Mayor Catherine Pugh, in partnership with the Baltimore City Council, has allocated significant funding to invest in out of school time (OST) programs serving youth in grades
Bekah Carmichael, Manager of People & Culture Sherrelle Showell, People & Culture Assistant Here at Family League, we often say that every Community School is the hub of the community