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Just for ABAG MEMBERS: Programs & Events 

Friday, September 12, 9:30 to 11:00 AM

In the past few years, housing counselors in a number of Baltimore nonprofits and public agencies have observed an increase in older adults with serious housing problems. These problems include foreclosures, reverse mortgages complications, financial exploitation, fewer affordable rentals and service needs that compound housing difficulties. Join us for a joint meeting of the Affinity Group on Aging, its community partners, and the ad hoc Seniors and Housing Workgroup of the Baltimore Homeowners' Preservation Coalition as we explore these issues and develop strategies for addressing them.


 
ABAG's Baltimore Neighborhood Collaborative - 18 Years of Impact
By Ann Sherrill, Baltimore Neighborhood Collaborative Director
 
Following 18 years of pooled funding and strategic grantmaking for neighborhood revitalization, I am proud that the Baltimore Neighborhood Collaborative (BNC) has successfully concluded its operation and transitioned its work to partner organizations and an ongoing Neighborhood and Community Development Affinity Group within ABAG. BNC contributed significantly to efforts to revitalize the city and its neighborhoods. With participation from 45 local and national funders, BNC awarded more than $8.3 million to strengthen community groups, foster citywide discussion, fund policy research, and to launch new programs. Learn more.


Convening to Improve Our Community: Recent ABAG Snapshots 

    


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and does not accept proposals seeking financial support.