Friendship Baptist Church
Maryland Food Bank
Savers Thrift Stores
Alternative Directions, Inc. (ADI), a Baltimore-based statewide 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization established in 1979, helps men and women in prison and those leaving prison become independent, responsible citizens. We provide civil legal pro-se services to those in prison and comprehensive case management to those returning to their communities. ADI also educates the public and policy makers about the barriers former prisoners face when reentering society.
In May 2015, at the University of Baltimore, Executive Director Pamela Caple (far right) delivered an address at the graduation of “Helping Others 2 Win” program, a re-entry program for ex-offenders. Dr. Renita Seabrook (far left), a member of the FOC, Inc. Board of Directors, created the program.
Associated Black Charities is a public foundation that advocates and facilitates the creation of measurably healthier and more prosperous communities through responsible leadership and philanthropic investment throughout the State of Maryland.
“It’s up to you.” Diane Bell-McKoy, President & CEO of Associated Black Charities, challenges Maryland Center for Hospitality Training graduates to realize their visions in June 2015. 8 of the graduates had completed the FOC, Inc. Workforce Development Program.
An ecosystem empowering people to shine, grow, and find jobs; and organizations to effectively reach the people they need.
“I am so glad to get one-on-one support [and] to know that I can continue my search at home and can contact Randall directly if I have any questions. There were plenty of job opportunities that I am interested in on APPLOI’s website.” – Client Verna B. on her experience working with APPLOI as part of the FOC, Inc. Workforce Development Program.
The Baltimore CASH Campaign works to increase the financial security of low-income individuals and families by providing free tax preparation and asset-building services with a coalition of partners.
The Baltimore County Public Library (BCPL) has been serving the suburban community surrounding the city of Baltimore since 1948. Based in Towson, Maryland, this nationally recognized library system has nineteen branches, almost a half million registered users, and over eleven million loans per year. Check us out and see how you can enjoy one of the best library systems in the United States.
Thanks to BCPL Parkville Branch Manager Elizabeth Storms (second from right) for hosting a toy drive.
The Baltimore Station is an innovative therapeutic residential treatment program supporting veterans and others who are transitioning through the cycle of poverty, addiction, and homelessness to self-sufficiency.
A volunteer from our partner Baltimore Station helps prepare supplies for our monthly Produce Drop
In partnership with faith-based and community organizations, GEDCO provides affordable housing, supportive services, and emergency assistance to community residents.
JARC Baltimore provides manufacturing job training and financial support services to ensure that people who work do not live in poverty.
The Maryland Food Bank is a nonprofit hunger-relief organization, leading the movement to end hunger throughout Maryland. For more than 35 years, the Maryland Food Bank has partnered with communities across the state to distribute food to individuals and families in need.
Young people from MOED YouthWorks develop essential job readiness skills while contributing to the movement to end hunger.
Friendship Outreach Center January 2014 Produce Food Drop
Maryland Nonprofits works to strengthen, educate and engage nonprofits so they can achieve their missions.
Board Members at the March 2015 meeting utilize guidance documents and strategies adopted from training and resources provided by Maryland Nonprofits.
University of Baltimore