Our thoughts continue to be with Baltimore and its citizens. ABAG is committed to helping our communities heal and to building a stronger, more equitable city in which all can thrive. Our Association Members have been coming together in many conversations and across sectors to work together and with partners to support Baltimore. ABAG Members - please visit our ABAG #OneBaltimore web page to keep abreast of our network's ongoing efforts.
Business Giving Roundtable: A Conversation with Kelly Hodge-Williams, Business Volunteers Maryland
Thursday, August 27, 9:00 - 10:30 AM at Under Armour
Please join us for this breakfast conversation with your business and corporate colleagues to hear from Kelly Hodge-Williams, executive director of Business Volunteers Maryland. Kelly will share her priorities for Business Volunteers Maryland and updates on Business Volunteers Maryland latest initiatives and work.
Thursday, September 3, 12:00 - 1:30 PM at ABAG
is a campaign born of successful efforts in Washington, DC to pass a bag bill. Coordinating across counties, agencies, and sectors, Julie Lawson builds local support for measures to reduce bags, bottles, cans and polystyrene in our waste stream –and literally in the streams. Baltimore’s Waterfront Partnership
has also recognized the importance of controlling trash upstream from the Inner Harbor. Leanna Wetmore’s work involves organizing city neighborhoods and turning trash control efforts into outlets for creativity and civic pride. All ABAG members are invited to join the Green Funders to hear some positive talk on trash.