Maryland Reporter: New GBC Board Chair emphasizes the need for racial equity and unity

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Don Fry: "Those unconscionable acts have forced us to examine our workplaces, government, and institutions, and to demand that we take action end systemic racism and social injustice."
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The Daily Record: SECU of Maryland to open new Clarksville location

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SECU’s Clarksville location is the latest in a series of planned new financial center openings, designed to expand the credit union’s footprint and better serve Maryland residents.
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The Daily Record: Kaiser Permanente awards $895K to improve community health

The 15 grants support programs that improve health and well-being throughout the region.
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CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield establishes $5 Million Personal Protective Equipment initiative for Coronavirus relief

During the first wave of the initiative, close to 200 healthcare and social service organizations will be invited to receive CareFirst’s PPE.
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T. Rowe Price commits $2M to support organizations in the fight against racial injustice

T. Rowe Price and its Foundation announced a $2 million commitment to organizations working to fight racial injustice. The donation is a continuation of the firm’s commitment to racial equity.
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American Heart Association introduces the Beneficial Business Exchange

The American Heart Association (AHA) has heard from many of their local partners that there are unmet needs in the community as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Baltimore Community Foundation Deploys COVID-19 Response Grants, Plans for Intermediate and Long-Term Needs Ahead

The Baltimore Community Foundation (BCF) announced the latest in a series of grants to mitigate the effects of COVID-19 on vulnerable individuals and communities in the Baltimore region on April 22.
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Maryland Food Bank continues to feed hungry Marylanders through COVID-19 pandemic

As essential second responders, the Maryland Food Bank is working diligently to continue core operations amidst this public health crisis.
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BBJ: Howard Hughes Corp. halts some construction — but not in Downtown Columbia

Howard Hughes Corp.'s redevelopment of Downtown Columbia will soldier on amid the COVID-19 pandemic, even as the Dallas-based firm has put a halt on other construction and postponed plans related to a restructuring of the company.
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