August 26, 2019

Effect on Strong City of Ransomware Attack and Proactive Audit of Associated Black Charities

This post was updated on October 18, 2019. Baltimore City and its nonprofit and philanthropic sectors have been challenged by several chaotic events between May and September. The most […]
August 16, 2019

Reflections from our summer Student Leaders

This summer Strong City is hosting four Bank of America Student Leaders. Our leaders are from local high schools and join 220 other students around the […]
August 16, 2019

‘Strong Voices, Strong City’ concert honors a legacy of faith-based work in Greater Homewood

Strong City Baltimore CEO Karen D. Stokes likes to say that great things often start in church basements. The first Strong City Neighborhood Institute, back in […]
May 16, 2019

Outta Sight! Good Time Is Had By All as Strong City Celebrates 50 Years, Kicks Off Capital Campaign

Strong City launched its 50th anniversary year in style on May 4th, as hundreds of guests enjoyed Get On Up!, a 1969-themed party in the unique space […]
April 10, 2019

Get On Up! With Strong City, May 4 at the Hoen Building

It’s not every day that a nonprofit turns 50, and it’s not every day that it moves from its longtime home to an exciting, new location […]
March 7, 2019

Strong City’s New ‘Cohort Track’ Better Serves Beginning Fiscally Sponsored Projects

We are about to introduce significant changes to how we integrate new fiscally sponsored projects, which will benefit both the projects and Strong City as a whole.
February 6, 2018

Progress Report on Strong City’s Anti-Racism Collective Work With the Rev. Eric P. Lee

Strong City Baltimore is engaged in a long-term process toward becoming an organization that is not only non-discriminatory but is actively anti-racist. The Strong City Anti-Racist […]