Baltimore Teacher Supply Swap Closing In November Due To Funding IssuesThe Baltimore Teacher Supply Swap, a membership-based nonprofit providing area educators with needed supplies, is closing its doors after five years due to "funding issues," the organization said Tuesday.
'Vehicles For Change' Helps Ex-Cons Transition From Prison To The WorkforceVehicles for Change is a job training program with a 100 percent success rate, they say. They've been open since 2015, and all 95 graduates have been placed.
Auto Shop Owner Donates His $2.5M Business To NonprofitVehicles for Change, a pioneering Maryland nonprofit, has received a fully functioning auto repair business.
Nonprofit Working On App To Fight Hunger BurglarizedA North Potomac Street rowhome was temporary headquarters for a nonprofit group that delivers food to the hungry.
Baltimore Rhodes Scholar Returns To His Hometown To Give BackBaltimore Corps, a nonprofit led by CEO Fagan Harris along with seven strategic partners, is working to develop a new generation of visionary leaders for the city.
Baltimore Nonprofits Offer Comparable Wages To That Of For-Profit CounterpartsHelping with a charitable organization doesn't just include volunteer work or donations. Baltimore nonprofit organizations prove that sustainable wages can be found through the nonprofit sector.
Woman Gets 4 Years For Stealing $5M From NonprofitA woman known for donating gowns from her Maryland bridal shop to military brides has been sentenced to nearly four years in prison for stealing more than $5 million from her nonprofit employer.
Woman Pleads Guilty To $144K Theft From NonprofitProsecutors say a 34-year-old Maryland woman has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $144,000 from an education nonprofit organization in Washington, D.C., where she worked in accounting.
Montgomery Council Member To Head N.Y. NonprofitValerie Ervin, who became the first African-American woman to serve on the Montgomery County Council when she was elected in 2006, is resigning to head a New York-based nonprofit group.
Former Head Of Frederick Work Center Out Of JailThe former director of a shuttered workplace for developmentally disabled adults in Frederick is out of jail.
Former CFO Pleads Guilty To Theft From NonprofitThe former chief financial officer of a nonprofit dedicated to helping young people has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $1 million from the organization.
Court Finds Frederick Nonprofit Chief In ContemptThe former head of a Frederick charity that employed developmentally disabled adults is going to jail for refusing to cooperate with an investigation into its failure.
Md. Nonprofit Placed In ReceivershipThe Jeanne Bussard Center, a nonprofit that provided employment opportunities for people experiencing disabilities, has been placed in receivership.
D.C. Developer Donates $1M To Restore National MallThe family foundation of a Washington developer is announcing a $1 million gift to help restore the National Mall's grounds and facilities.
Athletes Teach Students About HIV Through ProjectIn a classroom at Walker Jones Educational Center, four Howard track athletes, a George Washington soccer player and a former all-American sprinter from Georgetown push tiny desks and chairs against the walls to create a playground for the afternoon's game. It's called HIV Attacks!