'This Is Everyone's History' | StoryCorps Recording Two Rounds Of Interviews With MarylandersThe nonprofit StoryCorps is recording two rounds of interviews with Marylanders.
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.