Read what they’re saying about the GBC’s financial contributions to Roca

Read what Baltimore’s media outlets are saying about the Greater Baltimore Committee’s member organization’s financial contributions to bring the Boston-based Roca program to Baltimore.

GBC President and CEO Donald C. Fry joined Baltimore Mayor Catherine E. Pugh at City Hall for a December 13, 2017 press conference to announce that Roca, a crime prevention and intervention program which has a track record of success in the Boston area, is coming to Baltimore in part because four GBC member organizations have agreed to provide the city with the funding needed to launch Roca in Baltimore. They are: BGE, Johns Hopkins University, T. Rowe Price and The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company. Calvin Butler, CEO of BGE, Ronald Daniels, President of Johns Hopkins University, and Timothy Regan, President and CEO of The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company, were also present at the press conference.

Associated Press

Baltimore Business Journal

Greater Baltimore Commitee raises $6.5M for city anti-crime program

The Baltimore Sun

Anti-violence program Roca, funded by private donors, coming to Baltimore, Mayor Pugh says

The Daily Record

Backed by donations, Baltimore signs up for anti-violence program

ABC 2 WMAR Baltimore

Mayor Pugh announces plan to bring anti-violence program in Baltimore

Fox 45 News

WBAL TV 11

Mayor Pugh announces anti-violence program for Baltimore City

WJZ CBS Baltimore

Read more about the December 13 announcement here.

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