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Associated Black Charities

Tribute Exhibit “UNTOLD LEGENDS: MARYLAND’S AFRICAN AMERICAN PIONEERS” The Associated Black Charities celebrates Maryland’s African American Medical Legends with an exhibition that pays tribute to historical legacies of these remarkable individuals. The exhibition provides an...

Dollars and Sense Expo

In 2010, the Maryland & DC Credit Union Association hosted its inaugural Dollars and Sense Expo. The Dollars & Sense Expo brought together all of the programs and services that affect working families in one place that was safe, fun, and accessible for the whole family. See more from Special Gatherings...

Money Power Day

The Baltimore CASH Campaign presents Money Power Day, a free financial fitness fair. This is an energy-packed day filled with exciting activities designed to inspire and inform people of all ages and income levels on how to be financially secure! See more from Special Gatherings...

Eat Right, Get Moving

Baltimore’s Blueprint to Reduce Childhood Obesity Associated Black Charities (ABC), the Association of Baltimore Area Grantmakers (ABAG) and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) wanted to increase the awareness of the facts related to childhood obesity by launching its Blueprint report.  ABC, ABAG...

Alive and Free Baltimore Conference

In the continuing effort to stop the violence and help keep youth alive and free, the Street Soldiers National Consortium along with the Safe Healing Foundation held the Alive & Free National Conference in Baltimore, Maryland. The goal was to teach conference participants the Alive and Free Prescription so that it can...

Traces of the Trade Film Premier

Grantmakers in Film + Electronic Media and the Council on Foundations held a reception and screening of Traces of the Trade: A Story of the Deep North.  Producer/Director Katrina Browne tells the story of her forefathers, the largest slave-trading family in U.S. history. Given the myth that the South is solely...

11th Annual Meeting of the Diabetes and Pregnancy Study Group of North America

The 2009 Diabetes in Pregnancy Study Group of North America (DPSG-NA) meeting spotlighted “Therapeutic and Diagnostic Controversies”. Several nationally – and internationally-recognized experts underscored the state-of-the-art information relevant to each session.  The meeting focused on recent findings of the HAPO...

Baltimore’s HoopVillage Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Safe Healing Foundation, Inc.’s “Going Green to Change the Scene” in partnership with Civic Works “Real Food Farm” officially open Baltimore’s First Ever HoopVillage at Historic Lake Clifton Campus.  Baltimore’s HoopVillage consists of three hoophouses (high tunnel greenhouses), which will help to enrich...

The Annie E. Casey Foundation Partner Organizations of Color Initiative

The Partner Organizations of Color is a growing network of content experts, quality technical assistance providers, policy advocates, and direct service providers who are leaders in the field of community change.  The Partners work individually and/or collaboratively to provide opportunities to build and strengthen the...

The Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) Annual Event

NFTE Baltimore’s 4th Annual Ragin Cajun Celebration to honor Baltimore’s young entrepreneurs. See more from Special Gatherings...

The Annie E. Casey Foundation RESPECT Presents… Event Series

  The Annie E. Casey Foundation’s “RESPECT Presents…” is a flagship event open to all staff and the surrounding community on issues of race, culture, class, power, and other forms of oppression that intersect with race. Four RESPECT events are hosted per year. See more from Special Gatherings...

Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service (MLVS) Annual Event

In 2010, MVLS hosted ‘Play for Bono”.  A benefit to raise awareness and support for the mission of MVLS to provide free quality civil legal assistance to Marylanders with limited income. See more from Special Gatherings...

Benjamin Jealous, NAACP Baltimore’s Philanthropy Reception

The Philanthropic Community in Baltimore, Maryland hosted a reception to welcome and honor Benjamin Jealous, the new President of the NAACP. See more from Special Gatherings...

The Reginald F. Lewis Foundation

65th Birthday Celebration Weekend Special Gathering created a motivational line of events that began with a reception and dinner tribute on Friday, December 7, 2007, with a lecture series Remembering Reginald F. Lewis with TLC Beatrice Executives on Saturday, and a supper club fundraising...

Associated Black Charities

More In the Middle’s “College Summit” The purpose of the College Summit was to develop a public policy and advocacy agenda that will improve college readiness, access, and completion rates for African American youth, with a focus on those who are low to moderate income living in Baltimore...

Job Opportunities Task Force

10 Year Anniversary Celebration The Job Opportunities Task Force (JOTF) celebrated 10 years of Advocacy and Innovation by honoring founder, Joanne Nathans at the Glass Pavilion at Johns Hopkins University. See more from Special Gatherings...

When the Bough Breaks

Baltimore Babies Born Healthy Leadership in Action Program hosted an evening of inspiration, collaboration, and aligned action to improve birth outcomes in Baltimore.  Exhibit curatorship provided by Special Gathering. See more from Special Gatherings...

National Healthy Homes Festival

The first National Healthy Homes Festival took place at Druid Hill Park in Baltimore, Maryland.  The Festival brought together local, state and national community partners –  health, housing, and environmental organizations, local universities, lead and asthma prevention programs, city, state, and...