All ABAG members are encouraged to join us to hear a status update about current issues affecting immigrants and refugees locally, the impact of the Safe City Baltimore Fund, and other examples of innovative programs impacting immigrant and refugee students in our region.
The Association of Baltimore Area Grantmakers is pleased to welcome Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski, Jr. for a conversation with members. We will discuss the County Executive’s vision, priorities and opportunities for collaboration.
The Weinberg Foundation recently announced $1.2 million in emergency grant funding as an immediate response to the shooting at Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh’s Squirrel Hill community.
Many will join in celebrating the life of Suzanne F. Cohen, Baltimore Community Foundation Trustee Emerita, over the days and weeks to come. Sue was an indomitable force in Baltimore philanthropy, a valued mentor to many, and a fierce advocate for the things she believed in most: art in its many forms, young people from infants to teens, and social justice as an inviolable principle.
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