The Annual Charity Post!

So I used to do this every year, and last year I think I just ran out of time. Thankfully time management has been a bigger priority this year, so I was able to take notes throughout the year and compile a list of local organizations I really like and highly recommend donating to. This […]

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Behind on Your Water Bill or Property Taxes?

Don’t let your home go to auction — there is legal help available! The Pro-Bono Resource Center of Maryland, along with MVLS, is holding three community workshops where lawyers will discuss both foreclosure and tax sales. If you’re behind on your water bill or property tax, don’t wait until it’s too late — find out […]

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Year-End Wrap

Posted from Housing Policy Watch: As 2014 draws to a close, I thought it would be a good idea to highlight some of the work that’s been happening over the past year. You can support this work by going here and making a tax-deductible contribution that will be matched by the Warnock Foundation. A total […]

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Your Generous Support is Appreciated!

Our “sister” organization, Housing Policy Watch, has received a generous matching grant from the Warnock Foundation. Every donation HPW receives will be matched, up to $30,000. This important work cannot be done without public support, and every dollar counts — now, every dollar is worth even more! Please make a tax-deductible contribution today — double […]

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Join Housing Policy Watch, October 24 7 to 11 PM

Reposted from HPW: Please join us for Pretty Vacant: A Silent Auction and Fundraiser, October 24th from 7 to 11 PM.  Featuring art from some local and international artists, food, drinks — the event is being held at Gallery 788, 3602 Hickory Avenue, in Hampden.  The event is free, but come prepared to bid!  Proceeds […]

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Clinic Saturation is Bad for Patients, Bad for Neighborhoods

Reposted from Housing Policy Watch: As Baltimore continues to try to re-shape itself, an increase in social-service businesses, particularly methadone clinics, have started to pop up in a handful of neighborhoods, to the dismay of neighbors. While everyone agrees that drug treatment facilities are sorely needed in Baltimore City, particularly as the poverty rate climbs, […]

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Help Someone Who Gives So Much to Our City

Daryl Marciszewski, a Baltimore City fireman, is currently undergoing treatment for Chordoma — a rare cancerous tumor that is generally difficult to treat. His friends, co-workers, and strangers are banding together to collect money to assist the family during this stressful time — please donate here, and please be generous.  These guys risk it all […]

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Many Thanks…

…to Katherine Wells at The Atlantic for this piece that appeared on their website today.  If you’d like to support our work, please go here — your contribution is tax deductible, and much appreciated! Let’s keep working towards making Baltimore a healthy, safe city for all!

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Charity Begins at Home: The 2013 Edition

It’s that time of year again — the recommended charities post.  Listen — I understand housing isn’t on the top of everyone’s list, and I totally respect that.  If you’d like to donate to Housing Policy Watch, great.  If housing just isn’t your thing — here’s a list of charities we know and love.  There’s […]

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