Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Maryland The mission of Big Brothers Big Sisters and the Maryland Mentoring Partnership is to help children reach their fullest potential through professionally supported, one-to-one mentoring relationships through a full range of youth mentoring programs with measurable impact. The organization's vision is to provide caring adults in the life of every child in need, contributing to brighter futures, better schools, and stronger communities in Maryland.
Boys Hope Girls Hope of Baltimore Boys Hope Girls Hope is a privately funded, non-profit, multi-denominational organization that provides at-risk children with a stable home, positive parenting, high quality education, and the support needed to reach their full potential. The organization uses a holistic approach to provide them with necessary education and life skills to be productive members of the community.
Catholic Charities of Baltimore Catholic Charities of Baltimore compassionately assists people who are poor, children and families, seniors, and those who are developmentally disabled. Through its 80 programs, Catholic Charities serves 160,000 people every year, and serve nearly 350,000 meals to those who are hungry.
The Choice Program The Choice Program is a nationally recognized initiative that serves youth in Maryland's Department of Juvenile Services. The Choice Program intervention focuses on a community-based, family-centered case management approach to delinquency prevention and youth development.
Cristo Rey Jesuit High School Cristo Rey Jesuit High School is a high school with a commitment to young people to help them succeed in their lives with an affordable, quality education, and a commitment to the City of Baltimore that despite dire poverty in some neighborhoods, its youth will accomplish masterful things and lead lives of distinction.
The Franciscan Center A ministry of the Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi, the Franciscan Center offers a continuum of care, including emergency services, health services, counseling and technology training to help clients become as self-sufficient as possible. The Center operates a food pantry, serves lunch during the week, provides clothing and hygiene supplies, offers outreach to adults living with HIV/AIDS, and manages a technology resource center for those entered in a community job training program.
Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake Putting faith into action, Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake brings people together to build decent, affordable homes that change lives, empower families and strengthen communities. Since 1982, Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake has completed more than 295 homes and has housed more than 900 family members, half of which are children.