Read-A-Thon

For the Adult Learning Center

Support the Adult Learning Center by reading books through the Read-A-Thon fundraiser, August 17 – October 17, 2020!

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50 years of experience has shown us that lasting change is achieved by supporting neighborhood leaders, fostering civic engagement, and building community.

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Strong City Baltimore has been building and strengthening neighborhoods and people by enhancing the capacity of residents and social change makers since 1969.

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Strong City supports a variety of initiatives led by independent leaders through fiscal sponsorship and fiscal management. We also operate several direct programs that support personal development.

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Building Blocks: Stories of Neighborhood Transformation

Strong City’s mission is to build and strengthen neighborhoods and people. Doing community organizing in Baltimore for 50 years has demonstrated that building the capacity of neighborhood and grassroots leaders is the path to lasting change. Building Blocks uses the unique, compelling stories of Barclay, Harwood, Remington, and the York Road Corridor to give people the tools to improve their own communities.

The Latest

Join Us for the First in Our Virtual Community Connection Series

Join us for the first in a series of Strong City Neighborhood Conversations! In the coming weeks, we will convene some of the most committed, innovative community leaders […]

Partnership with Department of Labor Ensures Adults in Baltimore Have the Technology They Need to Learn During the Pandemic

Thanks to the Maryland Department of Labor, and our elected leaders, the Strong City Baltimore’s Adult Learning Center (ALC) has received 68 new Dell Inspiron 2-in-1 […]

Club at Collington Summer Camp Brings Joy to Kids Struggling Through Pandemic

The Club at Collington has been open throughout the pandemic, connecting families with resources, providing academic enrichment and meals to scholars, and serving as a meal […]

Partner With Us

Through our comprehensive model of fiscal sponsorship, unincorporated initiatives and projects can come under the Strong City umbrella so that they can operate as a non-profit without having to secure their own 501(c)(3) certification.

Classes in Adult Basic Education (ABE) and English Language Acquisition (ELA/ESL/ESOL) to Baltimore residents, all at no cost to the learner.

The Center for Neighborhood Innovation, housed in a historic factory building, will bring together a critical mass of community members, social entrepreneurs, nonprofits, service providers, and researchers committed to solving challenges facing Baltimore’s neighborhoods.

A hub for community members to be able to grow their programs and businesses while creating pipelines for the youth in our community to realize their full potential.

An afterschool and summer program and a consistent, loving, educational haven for 128 children in a disinvested neighborhood.

Questions about getting involved?

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