BBJ: Lord Baltimore Hotel will begin housing some Covid-19 patients

One of Baltimore’s most famous hotels is now serving as a triage site for Baltimore Covid-19 patients with low-level symptoms. Continue reading

Morgan State University’s School of Global Journalism and Communication earns accreditation

The Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications (ACEJMC) voted unanimously to grant Morgan State University’s School of Global Journalism and Communication (SGJC) full accreditation, a first for the school since its launch in 2013. Continue reading

M&T donates $200,000 to Maryland and Capital Area food banks

M&T Bank will contribute $200,000 to the Maryland Food Bank and Capital Area Food Bank to help the region’s two largest hunger relief organizations purchase and distribute food to those impacted by the coronavirus outbreak and related economic crisis throughout Maryland and Greater Washington. Continue reading

The Daily Record: United Way offers free philanthropy cloud for businesses

In partnership with Salesforce, United Way is offering free access to Philanthropy Cloud to companies in the U.S. that wish to enable their employees to engage with their communities and colleagues during the COVID-19 pandemic. Continue reading

Baltimore Corps to host Public Allies Twitter chat May 7

Join Baltimore Corps and Public Allies Baltimore for a Twitter conversation looking at how the local social sector can engage and mobilize talent to best address issues around COVID-19 on Thursday, May 7 at noon.  Continue reading

The Daily Record: GBMC, UM St. Joseph earn A grades from national hospital safety group

Greater Baltimore Medical Center (GBMC) and University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center received an ‘A’ grade from a national hospital-safety organization. Continue reading

GBC members recognized as The Daily Record’s 2020 Health Care Heroes

The Daily Record recognized individuals and organizations for the 2020 Health Care Heroes award. Continue reading

Weinberg Foundation total emergency support for nonprofit partners now exceeds $10.5M

The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation announced April 30 that its total of COVID-19 emergency support to organizations providing direct services for people experiencing poverty now exceeds $10.5 million. Continue reading