Baltimore Business Recovery Fund
The Baltimore Development Corporation (BDC) has established the Baltimore Business Recovery Fund (BBR Fund) to aid the many businesses, which experienced property damage and/or inventory loss during the unrest. The BBR Fund will be used to make zero interest loans up to $35,000 to the 370+ affected businesses, which can be convertible to grants if certain benchmarks are met. The small businesses affected by recent events play a crucial role in not only strengthening the economy, but also serve a strong need in the neighborhoods in which they operate. Donations to the Baltimore Business Recovery Fund are tax deductible and the goal is to raise $15 million. Please visit www.baltimoredevelopment.com/donations to make a contribution.

Hiring Youth
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's Hire One Youth campaign encourages private-sector Baltimore employers to join the City in creating valuable work-based learning opportunities for City teens and young adults by hiring at least one young person (16-21) for summer or year-round positions.  You can get more information and register by clicking here.

Donations for City and Youth-related Programs
Individuals or organizations interested in making monetary donations to support youth and other programs in the City of Baltimore, can donate online by clicking here.

Maryland Unites
The Maryland Unites Fund was created as a one-stop shop to provide people the resource they needed to react and respond to the recent unjust that occurred in Baltimore City. If you are interested in donating to a local charity and have the ability to decide which organization you would like to donate, you can access the fund by clicking here. One hundred percent of monetary donations will go toward humanitarian relief and emergency support to nonprofits in the affected neighborhoods.

United Way
Within the past week, individuals, organizations, businesses and places of worship were affected by senseless acts of violence in our city. We know that Baltimore is a strong and generous city and we will recover. We need your help restoring stability to our communities. If you would like to donate, please click here to Support Maryland Unites: United Way of Central Maryland and the State of Maryland's campaign to restore Baltimore. United Way of Central Maryland is focused on changing the odds for families and communities. We envision a community where all have the opportunity to attain a quality education, financial stability and good health. 100 percent of your donation to the Maryland Unites fund will go toward humanitarian relief and emergency support to nonprofits in affected Baltimore neighborhoods. No processing fees will be collected.

Baltimore Community Foundation
In light of the recent painful events that struck Baltimore City, the Baltimore Community Foundation established a fund for Rebuilding Baltimore. All donations will be used to repair the physical and emotional damage that has been done and strengthen communities. To donate to the Baltimore Community Foundation, please click here.

Locations to Donate Supplies
The Baltimore City Community Action Partnership Centers serve as drop off locations for cleaning materials and supplies.

Locations:
Southeast Community Action Center
3411 Bank Street, 21224
Southern Community Action Center 
606 Cherry Hill Rd. 21225
Eastern Community Action Center
1400 E. Federal St.  21213
Northern Community Action Center
5225 York Rd. 21212
Northwest Community Action Center
3939 Reisterstown Rd. 21215
 

Center hours are Monday-Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm



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