GBC urges members to help expand Baltimore’s Safe Streets

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The “Safe Streets” strategy includes a unique outreach component where streetwise counselors mediate disputes in crime-prone neighborhoods and head off developing violent situations.

In the three areas of Baltimore City where Safe Streets has been deployed since July 2007, the combined homicide rate has been reduced by 80 percent, and violent crime is down 40 percent.

The Greater Baltimore Committee is urging everyone, businesses and individuals, city and non-city residents, to support this worthy investment to dramatically reduce the daily tragedies that diminish the quality of life for all in Baltimore City and the region.

To make a tax deductible financial contribution, fill out the form below and mail it to: GBC Foundation Safe Streets Fund at 111 South Calvert Street, Suite 1700, Baltimore, MD 21202.

Taking back our streets.
Every donation buys a piece of Safe Streets.


Support for Safe Streets

As evidence of my commitment to help the City of Baltimore reduce homicides and violence, please accept my financial support for Safe Streets:

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You may also make your donation by credit card.

Individual / Company Name:________________________________________________________________

Address: __________________________________________________________________________________
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Phone #: ____________________________________ Fax #:_______________________________________

E-mail Address:___________________________________________________________________________

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Please make checks payable to: GBC Foundation Safe Streets Fund and mail to 111 S. Calvert Street, Suite 1700, Baltimore, Maryland 21202. For more information, e-mail info@gbc.org or call (410) 727-2820.

 

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