Ulman Foundation leads MOVE Maryland program to benefit nonprofits

MOVE Maryland is an opportunity to raise funds together, to get people moving in support of their favorite nonprofit, and to collectively elevate Maryland’s nonprofit sector in the midst of these challenging times.
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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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Abel Communications launches Boost Bmore Project

Greater Baltimore small businesses, nonprofits, restaurants, startups and entrepreneurs with less than 50 full-time employees can apply for the project.
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GBC members recognized as winners of the BBJ’s 2020 Better Baltimore Awards

The Baltimore Business Journal (BBJ) recognized 15 organizations as the winners of the BBJ's 2020 Better Baltimore Awards. Of the 15 winners, seven were GBC member companies.
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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.
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Southwest Airlines provides support amid COVID-19 pandemic

The airline has reached out to FEMA and Medical Transportation Grant Program hospitals to offer complimentary cargo transport to support the hospital’s important work.
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BCCC & Center for Urban Families Awarded $495K from Kresge Foundation for Career-Training Partnership

The Kresge Foundation awarded a $495,000 grant to support a partnership between the Center for Urban Families (CFUF) and Baltimore City Community College (BCCC) to connect 100 individuals with low incomes to critical human service supports and educational pathways to advance social and economic mobility. This is one of six...
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The GBC Check-In: Austin Davis, Census 2020 Project Manager for Baltimore City

Since 1790, the U.S. government has conducted the decennial census, as mandated by the Constitution. The census aims to count the entire population, and gathers data about sex, age, race, living situations and the number of people per household. According to the United States Census Bureau, response rates have declined...
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