February 28, 2011

Voices for Community Schools: Gia Grier McGinnis

Last week, Community Schools advocates packed City Council chambers for an Education Committee hearing about cuts to the initiative proposed in next year’s city budget. Greater […]
December 13, 2010

Planting Trees in Barclay

It may feel chilly (or downright cold!) outside today, and you may find it hard to imagine yourself enjoying the outdoors, but only a month ago […]
July 19, 2010

Volunteers are Our Foundation

Today the Baltimore Sun ran a great op-ed piece on how GHCC, among others, utilizes national service and other volunteers in Baltimore City. Though the piece focuses […]
April 5, 2010

A Look Inside Remington Homework Club

GHCC believes in strong faith-based partnerships, meaningful opportunities for youth, and neighborhood residents committed to making a difference.  This is why we’re happy to share with […]
April 2, 2010

Experience Corps Opens Doors for Young and Old Alike

In 1998, GHCC founded the Experience Corps program in a small handful of Greater Homewood elementary schools.  Since then, the program has expanded to 19 schools […]
March 3, 2010

Volunteering at GHCC

Meet Neal Gary.  He’s been volunteering with GHCC for a few years now, and recently we caught up with him to ask him about his varied […]
January 8, 2010

Volunteering With GHCC’s Adult Literacy & ESOL Program

Submitted by Mary Kay Shock I became involved with the Greater Homewood Literacy program 10 years ago when I retired. Greater Homewood Community Corporation seemed like […]
October 9, 2009

Competing for a Good Cause: More Trees!

Submitted by Olga Maltseva A little competition can do a lot of good when Baltimore City College High School and Baltimore Polytechnic Institute get involved! On […]
October 8, 2009

GHCC VISTAs Will Race for the Cure on October 18!

Submitted by Laura Schmitz On October 18, 2009, you may see some familiar faces running the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. The race, which […]