Strong City Baltimore (EIN # 52-0897806) provides essential administrative and accounting support to over 100 nonprofit projects and organizations all over Baltimore City and the surrounding areas through fiscal sponsorship and fiscal management.
Fiscal sponsorship provides the ability for the projects listed below to receive tax-deductible donations through our 501(c)(3) tax exempt status.
Fiscal management allows Strong City to provide essential administrative services to organizations with independent 501(c)(3) status, including processing donations.
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Improving the physical condition of the Abell neighborhood, building on and fostering a sense of neighborhood pride, keeping the neighborhood connected and well-informed, ensuring a positive presence and maintaining safety, and improving the education of neighborhood children through partnership with the Barclay School.
A Baltimore-based theater that brings together the professional, educational, and DIY communities to create work that highlights risk taking, presence, dynamic representation, and experiences that cannot be replicated on a screen.
All Clear Educational Services
Training emergency personnel, police, and judiciary staff (such as judges, bailiffs, etc.) to recognize and effectively respond to people with Autism.
Providing access to treatment and a road to recovery to anyone suffering from the disease of addition.
Engaging kids in art making activities to introduce creativity as a marketable skill related entrepreneurship and self-expression.
Providing enrichment opportunities for students to learn more about the arts and technology.
Committed to unordinary programming for extraordinary results in the arenas of developing youth socially, culturally, emotionally, and to improve life and critical thinking skills.
Works to eliminate trash in the streets of Baltimore through facilitating conversations regarding litter, while also teaming with initiatives and organizations to fight trash, raise awareness of pollution, and sponsor events.
Baltimore Video Collective
Providing access to a wide variety of films for the Charles Village Community.
Empowers girls to be confident, socially poised, and ambitious by engaging them in their communities, building their self-esteem, imparting social etiquette skills, increasing literacy, and encouraging sisterhood.
By giving parents and caregivers the tools to nurture their children, we are developing habits that will last a lifetime. Every night children are falling asleep and we have the opportunity to build a stronger family bond and lay the foundation for success in school and beyond. Let’s take advantage of this time before bed to build a healthy routine and a healthy, educated child.
Helps nonprofit organizations in the greater Baltimore area portray their missions through photography, but giving access to skilled volunteer photographers living in their community – also provides training and professional development for photographers.
BMOG Community Fund
Supports the efforts of residents and organizations to improve the Barclay, Old Goucher, and Midway neighborhoods.
Works within Baltimore and the state of Maryland to increase access to study abroad for local students and engage professionals, students, & alumni towards the holistic advancement of the field of education abroad.
Bmore4Kidz is a community of members who are dedicated to providing the children and youth of East Baltimore a safe place to make and create their ideas into tangible ventures.
By Peaceful Means
Interrupt physical and structural violence by empowering youth through peace education, advocacy, and employment.
Career Educational Services
Enables young adults in Baltimore to obtain their high school diploma and move on to secure the training needed to become employable through daily one-on-one instruction and internship placements.
Charm City (Documentary Film)
Taking viewers beyond the nightly news coverage to explore what has become so chronically broken between police and communities.
A community service focused campaign that seeks to decrease the gap between college campuses and the communities they serve through college student and community youth engagement with one another through dialogue.
A network of parents professionals and community advocates working together to provide person-centered support to persons with disabilities. We provide special education training, support brokerage, and transitional youth planning services.
Community Wealth Building
Community wealth building is a systems approach to economic development that creates an inclusive, sustainable economy built on locally-rooted and broadly-held ownership. Unlike traditional economic development strategies that funnel resources to support large or national businesses, often creating poor quality jobs for locals while benefiting corporate owners in other regions, community wealth building puts residents and communities first, valuing equity, inclusion, and sustainability.
East Baltimore Truth and Reconciliation
Supporting residents and communities who were displaced or impacted by the EBDI/Hopkins Urban Renewal Project in promoting positive community programming and neighborhood connections.
Ednor Gardens Lakeside Community Fund
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Presents excellent, innovative performances of experimental and avant-garde music from mid-century to present.
Creating a more diverse workforce in E-STEAM careers by building esteem in under-served middle school youth through science, arts, and athletics.
Friends of Cecil Elementary
The mission of Friends of Cecil Elementary is to support the education and well-being of Cecil Elementary students, families and the surrounding community.
Greater Baybrook Alliance
Stakeholders from Brooklyn, Curtis Bay, and Brooklyn Park have crossed the Baltimore City-Anne Arundel County jurisdictional line to create a set of visions, priorities, and actions for the Greater Baybrook peninsula.
Led by those with experience overcoming the challenges of returning to society after incarceration, H.O.P.E. empowers men and women to make this transition successfully and permanently.
Healing Baltimore Activists
The aim of Healing Baltimore Activists is to address the mental and emotional well-being of activists and change-makers of color through the facilitation of community based healing spaces that teach Mind-Body Medicine skills.
HomeBound’s Loads of Love
Provides accessible laundromat services for those who are homeless in West Baltimore.
Our mission is to help 100 entrepreneurs raise their first $100,000 of investments through crowd funding.
Hosts ticketed networking events, the proceeds from which produce a pool of funds to be used as awards to support new, innovative, feasible ideas to make Baltimore a better place.
A co-working space that brings together a community of entrepreneurs, activists, creatives, and professionals to take collaborative action and drive positive change in Baltimore and beyond.
Jump for Joy!
Blends the fun and excitement of jump rope with the power of community caring to nurture fitness, goal setting, positivity, and connectedness in Baltimore City youth.
Justice Codes Nonprofit
Improving the use and understanding of technology in the criminal justice system.
Provides low-cost or free opportunities for Baltimore City children to experience the preservation, presentation, and promotion of the art of West African dance, drum, and music.
Lakeland Community Impact Fund
Promoting the education of residents and partnership of schools, businesses and churches in the area of crime prevention and quality of life and to assist in the safeguarding of the community, its residents and their properties through voluntary activities including public information problem solving and addressing community problems and concerns.
Provides funding for veteran, re-entry, homeless, and other at-risk populations for workforce development opportunities.
Lost Boys and Girls Safe Space
Holding conversations that assist with the social and cultural changes needed in the Oliver community, and then implements those changes.
Empower seniors, veterans, and adults with special needs within the Baltimore Metropolitan area by providing alternative therapies that engage and assist these individuals to achieve greater independence by overcoming physical and emotional limitations.
We provide resources, work readiness and other life skills training pre- and post-release to returning citizens to help them successfully reintegrate into their communities.
Supports the school community of students, families, and teachers by fundraising to provide classroom technology equipment and enrichment programming.
Serving low-income, single, women of color, with a NICU experience in Baltimore City.
Moving History heals injured identities, creates healthy culture, and fosters strong community by introducing students citywide to curriculum which centers African American contributions through dance.
Strives to use sports as a catalyst to empower young community leaders and promote environmental awareness.
Our mission is to offer quality, consistent wellness and athletic programming (year-round) to inspire holistic shift of an generation and create healthy kids.
Promoting safety, helping reduce racial and economic inequities, and fostering a positive sense of community throughout the city of Baltimore. In memory of Sebastian Tucker Richard Dvorak.
Addressing the community problems of childhood diabetes, obesity, and other health-related issues due to poor dieting.
Sisters Saving the City
Empowering urban youth to become positive and productive members of their community and to realize and step into their greatness.
Works to engage and support small, independent developers in the Baltimore area by providing a coordinated voice so the impact of their efforts can be quantified and represented within the larger community development framework.
Building relationships with families, educators, and communities in order to foster an environment that breeds academic achievement, cultural enrichment, and self-esteem development in children and youth.
STEAM while Sewing
Introduces youth to the process of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) and creates the spirit of entrepreneurship through the art of sewing.
Step Up Maryland
Step Up MD inspires ordinary people to get engaged in the public debate about government, policy and our political process.
The Barclay Playground Rebuild
Focused on improving the lives of the children and youth by providing safe and enriching opportunities for play and recreation.
Encouraging and nurturing youth to live above their socially-imposed limitations; to develop their character, talents, and leadership skills, allowing them to go beyond a dream and achieve remarkable excellence.
The Children’s Funding Project aims to close equity and opportunity gaps for children and youth by helping communities employ innovative strategies to effectively leverage existing funding and generate new revenue.
The Chinatown Collective
Mission is to amplify the voices and experiences of Baltimore-based Asian American Pacific Islander artists, entrepreneurs, and creatives.
Transforming Baltimore into a more livable, walkable 21st century City.
Seeks to address unemployment for underserved high school graduates in Baltimore through a year-long employment program that focuses on creating social impact.
Seeks to support families holistically by assessing, addressing and eliminating barriers that lead to successful family development and transition to adulthood for youth.
Restore and uplift the environment in neighborhoods that have been distressed by derelict and blighted conditions.
Watershed Public Charter School
Providing an interconnected learning environment, where hands-on exploration and creative expression foster the learning process.
Creates opportunities for enrichment, enjoyment, and communication to our clients, through the implementation of telepresence technology and programming in order to promote innovation for new and profound avenues of human connection.
William Tipper Thomas Foundation
An advocacy program that promotes and facilitates science, technology, engineering, and mathematics education, philanthropic endeavors, and humanitarian initiatives to promote community empowerment and prevent social decay.
Building cohesion among residents; makes the neighborhood safe and environmentally-friendly; and provides opportunities for youth to protect investment in community.
Womxn of Color Weekend is a four-day Pride designed to elevate, strengthen, educate and celebrate LGBTQIA womxn of color, non-binary and gender-fluid people of color and allies.