HUD Awards Nearly $50M To Local Homeless Programs In MarylandNationally, $2.2 billion is being awarded to 6,593 local programs serving individuals and families experiencing homelessness. 
Baltimore Ravens 16th Annual Coat Giveaway Warms Up Homeless As Winter ApproachesAn annual coat giveaway hosted by the Baltimore Ravens, fresh off their sixth-straight win, may help some people avoid the cold. 
Marian House 5K Run To Raise Funds To Help Homeless Women & Children RecoupThe race will take place on Saturday, September 28 at 7:30 a.m. at Lake Montebello.
Helping Up Mission To Open New Facility For Women, Children Struggling With Homelessness, AddictionThe Helping Up Mission has opened an oasis at its E. Chase Street facility. 
10 City Hospitals Commit $2M To Homeless Housing, Services10 hospitals came together to commit money toward permanent housing for hundreds. 
Mayor Young To Launch Independent Office Of Homeless ServicesMayor Jack Young announce Thursday that the agency charged with preventing and ending homelessness in Baltimore will become an independent, standalone department.
Shelters, Services Lagging Behind Growing Youth HomelessnessState agencies and community partnerships are adjusting to surges in homelessness, while housing and food assistance are lacking across the state, particularly for homeless younger than 25.
Baltimore Works To Make Good On Promises To Reduce HomelessnessAccording to the mayor, the City has prevented homelessness or moved out of homelessness for 2,000 people and reduced the length of time people spend homeless by 30 percent over the last two years.
Brandy To Headline Baltimore Fundraiser To Fight HomelessnessGrammy award-winner Brandy is coming to Baltimore! The “Journey Home: An Evening of Unexpected Delights” concert is aimed to fight homelessness in the City.
Baltimore Mayor Develops 'Workgroup' To Combat HomelessnessBaltimore City Mayor Catherine Pugh has developed a "workgroup" to help house thousands of homeless people in the area.
D.C. Mayor Announces Plans To Combat HomelessnessDistrict of Columbia officials are offering emergency shelter to homeless families year-round and are planning to close the city's largest homeless shelter and open smaller facilities.