Baltimore Community Foundation


Baltimore Community Foundation
Baltimore Community Foundation is listed in the Associations category in Baltimore, Maryland. Displayed below are the social networks for Baltimore Community Foundation which include a Facebook page, a Linkedin company page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Baltimore Community Foundation on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 99.

Contact information for Baltimore Community Foundation is:
2 E Read St
Baltimore, MD 21202
(410) 332-4171
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Social Posts for Baltimore Community Foundation

It's easier than ever to take action through BCF. Ask your legislators to repeal #fareboxrecovery today -

For too long, the Maryland Transportation Administration (MTA) has been required by state law to recover 35% of its expenses through farebox collections and other revenue. This threshold has never been reached since its inception. The threshold creates a strong disincentive for MTA to invest resources in improving service. Every investment in service--including safety, cleanliness, and maintenance--increases operating costs and makes it harder to meet the 35% threshold. Our state should measure transit performance based on proven metrics, not an arbitrary revenue threshold. The Baltimore Community Foundation has made it easier than ever to contact your legislators. Visit our website and write your house delegate today! All you need to know is your address - We'll do the rest.

RT @ABAGrantmakers: #ABAGMember @hjweinbergfdn gifts $5M toward new @RMHCBaltimore…

RT @jemckone: Check out this #radiodiary on gender binaries made by Baltimore teen, Chanel @AIRmedia @youthradio #morethanwords https://t.…

@mtamaryland is bringing back Annapolis-Baltimore commuter bus lines that will help more people get to work.

RT @ABAGrantmakers: March 1st: Grantmakers Income Security Taskforce Budgeting & Tax Briefing: Live webcast discussion for #grantmakers htt…

Baltimore Community Foundation shared Baltimore Education Coalition's event.
Fix the Gap Rally! This event is tonight at Lawyer's Mall in Annapolis. Many education advocates will be on hand to support giving our students the resources they need to be successful.
This is the biggest funding challenge that our schools have faced since 2002. Bring your loudest voice and activist spirit and join Baltimore City parents, educators, advocates and community members for the BEC’s Annapolis Action Night as we march around the capitol to make it clear to state officials that our children’s education should be the first priority. Our ask to Governor Hogan and Mayor Pugh is that they work together to allocate additional funding to fix the budget gap that City Schools is facing. We also ask that this additional funding continue until the state legislature passes a new funding formula that ensures adequate funding for City Schools. Buses will leave from Baltimore from 4:30-5 p.m. Transportation provided by the BEC. RSVP by Friday, Feb. 17 to one of our member organizations or to We’ve won big battles in the past! And we can do it again!
494 people interested · 423 people going

Want to know more about BCF's work in neighborhoods and education? Join us for BCF Connect in Arbutus (at the Baltimore County Public Library - Arbutus Branch). Hear from BCF staff about our work in education and neighborhoods, ask questions, and share your thoughts. This event is free and open to the public. It begins at 9:30 a.m. A light breakfast will be served.

Lee Carpenter, associate at Semmes, Bowen & Semmes (Semmes LGBT Estate Planning), wrote this piece in Baltimore OUTloud about the importance of estate planning. Lee is a member of BCF's Professional Advisor Recognition Society and a great supporter of philanthropy in Baltimore. This is an excellent piece about an important topic that affects all couples. Please take a look!
Lessons in estate planning: Roberto and Ian didn’t leave anything to chance.