Starting and maintaining a non-profit can be difficult and costly.
At Strong City Baltimore, we leverage our administrative expertise and capacity to support projects engaged in charitable activities.
Through our 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. This includes being able to accept donations, grants and other charitable funds, offer donation acknowledgements and receipts, and utilize tax-exempt status. Projects in this program receive basic accounting, operations, donor data management support.
Strong City also offers fiscal management to existing non-profit organizations with independent 501(c)(3) status. Fiscally managed clients receive essential back office support while maintaining the freedom of an independent organization.
To see the full extent of our services and fee structure please review this overview
Initiatives, projects, or organizations interested in exploring fiscal sponsorship or fiscal management can start by filling out this inquiry form.
Once received, Non-Profit Business Services staff will review and respond within 5 business days to start the evaluation process. Please note, the path to fiscal sponsorship or fiscal management typically takes between three and five weeks.
Organizations can also take advantage of Strong City’s administrative capacity by contracting for our additional business services. The following services are available to all organizations, regardless of whether or not they have a 501(c)(3) certification: fundraising, communications, human resource, benefits, accounting, legal, and technology support.
Contact Samantha Solomon, our Business Development Associate to learn more.
Our Projects and Clients:
Strong City currently provides its Non-Profit Business Services to the following initiatives.
Abell Improvement Association
Alliance for Community Schools and Teachers
Artists for Truth
The Baldwin Prize
Baltimore By Hand
Baltimore Chesapeake Rugby Foundation
Baltimore Doula Project
Baltimore Education Coalition
Baltimore POWER Group
Baltimore Rhythm Festival
Baltimore Scouts Initiative
Baltimore Transit Campaign
Baltimore Trash Talk
Beautiful Butterflies, Inc.
Ben Franklin Center for Community Schools
Beverly Hills Improvement Association
Black Girls Cook
BMOG Community Fund
BOMA Leap Fund
Books to the Rescue!
Boone Street Farm
Brian E. Wilcox Golf Classic
Brown and Healthy
Bulldog Basketball School
By Peaceful Means
Career Educational Services
Claire Marie Foundation
Close Up Baltimore
Dance & Bmore Programs
East Baltimore Truth and Reconciliation
Edmondson Village Community Health Alliance
Equal Medium Mentorship
Farm Alliance of Baltimore
Friends of Eutaw Marshburn Elementary
Friends of the Curtis Bay Judy Center
Friends of Liberty Elementary
Friends of Our Playground at Stadium Place
Friends of Stony Run Trail
Greater Baybrook Alliance
Harwood Community Association
Healthy Little Cooks Initiatives
Hollins Creative Placemaking Committee
HomeBound’s Loads of Love
Jump for Joy!
Loeys-Dietz Syndrome Foundation
Lost Boys and Girls Safe Space
Maryland Health and Wellness
Maryland Justice Project
McElderry Park Star
Medfield Community Association
Medfield Heights Elementary School Parent Teacher Organization
Nation of Makers
Northern District Community Council
Our Heroes Network
Project Early ID
Reaching Beyond Bars
Sisters Saving the City
Small Developers Collective
Smart Steps Youth Services
STEAM while Sewing
The Acme Corporation
The Be. Org
The Commodore to College Project
Watershed Public Charter School
Walk of Faith
Wilson Park Community Association
Wilson Park Northern
Winston-Govans Neighborhood Improvement Association
York Road Partnership
Young King’s Leadership Academy
Youth Empowered Society