#BCYFUND grantee, Beyond The Natural Foundation produces Anti-cyberbullying Music Video. At the heart of the program is the B.M.O.R.E. (Being More Optimistic and Righteously Endowed) campaign where students get to use music to create a new culture of taking pride in making positive
AZIZA/PE&CE is an award winning progressive, social entrepreneurship mentoring and enrichment model using fashion, fitness, arts, music, mentoring, entertainment, education to address the development of social, cultural, emotional, life, and critical thinking skills in youth ages 14-24.
BCYF speaks with Mrs. Antoynica Ryan, Co-Founder of the Ryan Institute.JEWELS and GEMs is a BCYF Grantee and program of the Ryan Institute. Their summer program introduces students to financial literacy, music education, civics and helps prevent the summer “slide”. As an emerging
The SB7 Youth Corps builds on the successful Free Your Voice program supported by Ben Franklin High School (BFHS), United Workers and Towson University. The SB7 Youth Corps is led by a team of Youth Community Organizers (YCOs) active, engaged high school students living in South Baltimore who
Corey McDaniel, Master Barber and Founder of Conscious Heads Barbering Bootcamp, speaks about the importance of Baltimore Children & Youth Fund.
The Baltimore Children & Youth Fund will host two community information sessions this month - January 15th and 26th.
Strong City Baltimore Interviews Danielle Torain - Building Equity and the Role of Fiscal Sponsorship
After a months-long process that included community design and capacity building sessions, and a formal proposal review process, Associated Black Charities (ABC) today announced grantees for the historic Baltimore Children and Youth Fund.
The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. once said, "Riots are the cry of the unheard." If that maxim is true, Baltimore children, youth, and young adults were crying out long before the 2015 killing of Freddie Gray, Jr. sparked demonstrations and unrest in the city.
The fund, proposed by Baltimore City Council President Bernard C. “Jack” Young after the unrest of 2015, and approved by voters the following year, will provide taxpayer dollars to organizations that work with the city’s young people.