Statement of Donald C. Fry, President & CEO, Greater Baltimore Committee on Baltimore Sun acquisition

Nonprofit ownership of the Baltimore Sun and its affiliated media properties should relieve some of the financial pressure that metro news organizations have been under to stay profitable as the digital revolution continues to disrupt the business model.
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Kaiser Permanente commits $8.15M for racial equity

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Kaiser Permanente operates and supports established national and regional community-based organizations led by people of color, that address racial and social justice or trauma, including the lifelong impacts of adverse childhood experiences.
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BBJ: Bank of America providing $400K in grants to two Baltimore nonprofits

The Charlotte-based financial giant selected NPower and Baltimore Community Lending as recipients of $200,000 grants through its Neighborhood Builders program.
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BBJ: Lexington Market developers ask business leaders for financial boost

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The redo of historic Lexington Market needs buy-in from Baltimore's business community ahead of its 2022 reopening, the development team said during a Greater Baltimore Committee event.
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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.
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Legg Mason invites organizations to #InspireACTION

These stories involve local organizations that have quickly adapted their mission to the current environment to provide critical support to those in need.
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BBJ: Baltimore Sun publisher, Johns Hopkins executive to co-chair United Way’s 2019 campaign

By Carley Milligan  September 23, 2019 United Way of Central Maryland has named two local executives to co-chair its 2019 fundraising campaign. Alicia Wilson, vice president for economic development at Johns Hopkins, and Trif Alatzas, publisher and editor-in-chief of Baltimore Sun Media have been tasked with meeting the nonprofit’s $20 million...
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