Support Us During our
Responding to the needs of Baltimore City and County Youth
The Department of Juvenile Justice and the Youth Detention Center needs our help.
As a measure of prevention of the further spread of COVID-19 Pandemic, we are committed to compliance with State social distancing regulations. As a result ,we are refraining from our regular curriculum of onsite mentoring, teaching, and enrichment.
Our strategy is to provide teaching, instructional, and creative materials that can be maintained without our physical presence. We rely solely on the generous donations of the community and with your help our youth will be able to get through this unprecedented time. Please consider making a monetary donation today.
This is how we
Everyone needs a helping hand
We do three things well.
1. Juvenile re-entry into society.
2. Feeding and Clothing Homeless in
3. Veterans Housing.
WHAT WE DO
— We Educate
Our curriculum is custom designed by State certified teachers/educators.
— We Provide
We partner with non-profits to distribute food and clothing to over 1,500 families during the fall and winter months.
— We Dedicate Time
Our mentor/educators visit incarcerated juveniles at least three days per week. We build relationship and develop trust that allows us to serve effectively.
WHO WE ARE
We are the hands that reach out to Baltimore’s youth, Baltimore’s hungry, Baltimore’s homeless, and Baltimore’s veterans.
We provide programs to help kids coming out of Juvenile Detention to succeed on their re-entrance into society. We help over 1,500 of homeless and needy families get the food and clothing that they need when they have nowhere else to turn. We focus on being able to provide in the cold fall and winter months, when other resources aren’t available for these people. We also work hard to get veterans housing, when so many of these individuals are overlooked.