We catch up with the CEO of Restoring Inner City Hope (RICH).
In his own words, the former police lieutenant speaks about going from school delinquent to inspirational educator.
We catch up with the genealogist and co-founder of the DNA Reunion Project.
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How Elly is working ensure no one is in the dark about their healthcare needs.
The founder of the South Baltimore Community Land Trust is dedicated to promoting environmental justice, permanently affordable housing development, and zero waste.
We catch up with the founder of the Maryland Institute Black Archives.
Step one: Find community projects they care about, and start them young.
The executive director of the Erin Levitas Foundation carries on the prevention and survivor support efforts of her late cousin.
Through her nonprofit Unified Efforts, Deborah B. Ramsey provides students in the Penn North neighborhood with academic support and recreational opportunities at no cost to their parents
With her after-school programs, the founder of Young Queens in Training works with dozens of young women to address self-esteem, health and wellness, and financial management, among other vital things youth need to be successful.
Alice Volpitta and Theaux Le Gardeur spend as much time monitoring contamination levels as they do advocating for clean water and holding polluters accountable.
Through the seeds they plant, these individuals and their organizations are giving back to the community.
Litsa Williams and Eleanor Haley discuss their resources, misconceptions about what grief looks like, and coping with non-death losses in the wake of the pandemic.
We catch up with Baltimore County's first-ever inspector general.
Whether she’s writing or performing poetry, making a difference with students through teaching, or bringing Pride to Baltimore, Robinson is doing exactly what she’s always wanted to do—and the community reaps the rewards.
The team behind the fittingly named nonprofit, ReBUILD, has rebuilt not just the Oliver neighborhood, but also its community ties and spirit.
Community organization's executive director discusses her approach to supporting local businesses.
Meet Grace Callwood, 17, the founder of We Cancerve Movement—a nonprofit that serves local youth experiencing sickness, homelessness, and those in foster care.
The catering company, which now has its own restaurant in Mount Vernon, works to recalibrate the relationship between food systems and the hospitality industry.
After 14 years, Brown recently stepped down as a senior pastor to work full time for the Black Church Food Security Network—a nonprofit he founded that connects Black churches and their gardens with Black farmers.
The president of Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services says her experience growing up as an immigrant in Baltimore forever altered and molded her life.