New aligned grantmaking strategy is designed to strengthen the nonprofit ecosystem May 20, 2021 Contact: Adam Jackson, email@example.com The Baltimore Children & Youth Fund has adopted an interim funding strategy for 2021 that devotes major resources to strengthen the nonprofit
Join us as we continue the important discussion of advancing fiscal sponsorship models that build the capacity of grassroots organizations. Strong fiscal sponsor relationships can be transformative when they enable grassroots organizations to carry out their projects with the least
Learn about high-quality programming for children and youth The current public health emergency has put a strain on families and youth enrichment programs. However, local community organizations are still providing high-quality programming to our community. We want to connect YOU and your
BCYF grantees have been doing amazing work serving the children and youth of Baltimore! You can read about each of our grantees in a new report that summarizes all the programs we supported through Year One grants.
A grant from the Baltimore Children & Youth Fund allowed Banner Neighborhoods Community Corp. to expand its programs for young people in East Baltimore – for example, launching a soccer league for kids and providing summer jobs for more young people. But the support from BCYF was about more
Wide Angle Youth Media uses video, photography and design to engage with young people, teach them valuable skills and help them use their voices to foster social change. Baltimore Children & Youth Fund is proud to support Wide Angle’s vital work. In the past year, Wide Angle served more
Learning, enrichment, and community support. Those are some of the pillars of the St. Francis Neighborhood Center’s Power Project, which provides high-caliber after-school programming for young people in the Reservoir Hill and Penn North neighborhoods. With support from the Baltimore Children
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. When BCYF takes over that function,
BCYF has granted first-year grantees the opportunity to apply for Continuation grants to sustain their work serving children and youth. Organizations have begun completing those applications and Continuation grant funds are being disbursed.
Associated Black Charities, the sponsoring agency for the Baltimore Children & Youth Fund, submitted a letter and detailed responses on Jan. 14, 2020, in response to questions about the Fund from Baltimore City Councilmember Zeke Cohen. 1. When will the remaining Year One funding be fully