TDR: Classic Catering, United Way of Central Md. partner to form Classic Cares initiative

Classic Catering is offering dinner packages for two, three or four people for $120, which will also pay for six donated meals for Morrell Park residents. Continue reading
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The Daily Record: United Way offers free philanthropy cloud for businesses

In partnership with Salesforce, United Way is offering free access to Salesforce.org Philanthropy Cloud to companies in the U.S. that wish to enable their employees to engage with their communities and colleagues during the COVID-19 pandemic. Continue reading
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McCormick & Co. commits more than $1M to support food banks

McCormick & Company Inc. has committed more than $1 million to supporting food banks in nearly 20 countries where they operate, as well as local restaurants and hospitality workers amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Continue reading
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BBJ: BGE, Constellation donate $1M toward coronavirus relief organizations

The money is part of more than $5 million in donations in total by Exelon and its family of companies nationwide to relief organizations supporting communities impacted by the spread of the coronavirus. Continue reading
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Weinberg Foundation announces $4M emergency grant funding in response to COVID-19 crisis

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The emergency grants will support current grantees that are providing vital services within their communities while facing severe operational challenges as a result of this pandemic. Continue reading
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BGE donates $175K to Md. nonprofits for coronavirus response and relief

Nonprofits such as the United Way of Central Maryland, the Maryland Food Bank and the Baltimore Community Foundation will share in the $175K donation. Continue reading
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Truist announces $25M COVID-19 relief measures for communities, clients and teammates

A pledge of $25 million in philanthropic support will aid with basic needs, medical supplies and financial hardship across the nation. Continue reading
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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...
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United Way of Central Maryland announces its 2018 ‘Philanthropic Five’

United Way of Central Maryland announced its 2018 “Philanthropic Five” award winners: five young professional leaders who have created meaningful change in central Maryland through an extraordinary commitment to volunteerism in education, housing, employment or health. Continue reading
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