Baltimore Summer Funding Collaborative Commits $5 Million for Children & Youth Programs
Baltimore Summer Funding Collaborative Commits $5 Million for Children & Youth Programs FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 5 Contact: Tom Waldron, firstname.lastname@example.org 2023 410-350-6637 Baltimore
Why community review?
Why community review? – Shondrea McCargo The Baltimore Children and Youth Fund (BCYF) utilizes a community grant review process to ensure community voices are heard
Why do we invest in Black, Brown, and Indigenous organizations?
Why do we invest in Black, Brown, and Indigenous organizations? – Shondrea McCargo The Baltimore Children and Youth Fund (BCYF) was created to support community-led
Why prioritize youth interests?
Why prioritize youth interests? – Shondrea McCargo Prioritizing youth interests is critical for the success of the Baltimore Children and Youth Fund (BCYF) and its
2023 Avis Ransom Institute
Baltimore, MD – The Avis Ransom Institute (ARI), a partnership between Baltimore Children and Youth Fund and Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle, is proud to
REI – Why it Matters
The Baltimore Children and Youth Fund’s (BCYF) mission to improve the lives of Baltimore’s youth could not be achieved without an intentional and comprehensive approach
Fall Grantee Celebration 2022
Centering Joy! On October 1, 2022, we celebrated the tremendous work happening in Baltimore with our latest cohort of grant recipients. Check out some of
BCYF announces the “Grassroots Fund” for youth-serving organizations
The Baltimore Children & Youth Fund (BCYF) is happy to announce that a new Request for Proposals (RFP) is underway for 2022. As part of a multi-layered approach to community-centered grantmaking, the upcoming RFP will be the BCYF Grassroots Fund.
BCYF and Baltimore Brothers host Youth Anti-Violence Series
Baltimore has a critical need for more hope, healing and healthy opportunities, especially for Black children, adolescents, and youth. This will require better relationships among those
BCYF selects Alysia Lee as its first president
Baltimore, MD – The Transition Board of Directors of the Baltimore Children & Youth Fund (BCYF) selected Alysia Lee as the fund’s first President. Lee
Funding Collaborative Seeks Proposals for Summer Programs Serving Baltimore Youth
BALTIMORE – The Baltimore Summer Funding Collaborative (SFC) is now accepting applications for summer 2022 programs. Now in its eighth year, the SFC works to
BCYF Inc. releases call for applications for its permanent Board of Directors
BALTIMORE, MD – Baltimore Children & Youth Fund, Inc. (BCYF) is releasing a call for applications to its permanent Board of Directors. The current BCYF
BCYF launches new pilot program for youth leadership development
“The purpose of education should be to teach students how to be honorable and effective managers of power.” John Henrik Clarke Historian BCYF Inc. has
Baltimore Children & Youth Fund Commits $5.5 Million to Support City Nonprofits and Create New Opportunities for Young People
The Baltimore Children & Youth Fund has adopted an interim funding strategy for 2021 that devotes major resources to strengthen the nonprofit landscape in Baltimore and supports proven strategies that provide work and learning opportunities to young people.
BCYF Hosts Virtual Showcase of Baltimore Youth Programs
The Baltimore Children & Youth Fund is hosting a series of virtual programs to highlight local community programs for Baltimore youth.
BCYF Has Established an Interim Board of Directors
As envisioned by the legislation establishing the youth fund, BCYF is intended to act as its own entity and assume responsibility for the fund’s activities in July 2020 – succeeding Associated Black Charities, which has been administering the fund.