We catch up with the city's "Light Guy."
We catch up with the Creative Alliance's new executive director.
Operating out of various schools, The Be. Organization provides creative workshops, an enrichment curriculum, and youth conferences focused on life skills and STEM teachings.
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Thirst No More helps global communities in need, including those right here at home.
Schafer discusses his nonprofit, Sharp Dressed Man, and the other causes that he supports.
Annual report by the Baltimore Neighborhood Indicators Alliance aims to address community problems head on.
We catch up with the founder of HeartSmiles.
Executive director of the North East Housing Initiative provides permanently affordable housing using a community land trust model.
Moms on a Mission founder gives moms the chance to “have fun, give back, and socialize,” without any pressure.
In 2016, Griffin founded Building Our Nation’s Daughters to work on effective communication between Black single mothers and their daughters.
Cultural worker, MICA alumnus, and former nurse technician established a fund for artists in the wake of the pandemic.
For the past 14 years, Lee has led the 48-year-old organization, which aims to provide jobseekers with specialized career training and no-cost employment coaching.
Canine Companions for Independence matches people with disabilities with skilled service dogs—free of charge.
Neil Sweren and Scott Eisgrau raised $75,000 to assist households that were in danger of imminent shut-offs during the pandemic.
More Than a Shop founder discusses the organization and how he was able to transform trauma into activism.
We catch up with the James Webb Space Telescope Science Policy Group Lead Astronomer.
We catch up with the Director of Business Development for Kinetic Capital.
We catch up with the CEO of &Wealth.
We talk to the owner of Kooper's and Slainte about his acts of kindness throughout the pandemic.
Zach Snitzer and Sam Bierman launched the Maryland Addiction Recovery Center as a long-term model of care that breaks through the most common barriers leading to relapse.
As the state recovers from last year’s economic setbacks, MFB continues to tackle the root causes of the issue.
Baltimore-based tech company trains software developers from non-traditional backgrounds.