Judy Center Event Announcement
On November 16, BCF announced a major expansion of Judy Centers serving 5,000 children and families in Baltimore. Find out more.

Four Ways to Give

Establishing a charitable fund at BCF is an easy and effective way to carry out your philanthropy. All that’s necessary is a simple fund agreement and your gift to open the fund. Most funds may be opened with a minimum gift of $10,000; to endow a new scholarship the minimum is $200,000. Your fund may be created with a current gift, or through a planned gift like a bequest.

BCF goes beyond charity to civic leadership in education, transportation, and housing.
Mr. and Mrs. Theo C. Rodgers
Rodgers Family Fund, established 2005
Mr. and Mrs. Theo C. Rodgers
Invest In Baltimore
BCF’s action agenda organizes grants, initiatives and advocacy around a vision of a Baltimore with a growing economy, where all have the opportunity to thrive. You can support our entire action agenda with a gift to the Invest in Baltimore Fund or by endowing a fund for Baltimore at BCF. Your fund for Baltimore will be used now and for generations to come to address Baltimore's most pressing needs.

Anne’s gift will address current and as yet unforeseen needs in memory of a warmly generous longtime resident.
Anne Homer Martin
Anne Homer Martin Fund for Civic Leadership,
established 2014
Anne Homer Martin

Annual gifts to BCF's Civic Leadership Fund support BCF's leadership activities: convening partners from the public, private and nonprofit sectors to move important efforts forward, advocating on critical issues, and--when the time is right--incubating and hosting great new ideas for Baltimore.

“BCF helps lead the way, bringing together the philanthropic and business communities around issues that are important in moving Baltimore forward.”
Laura Gamble
PNC Bank Annual Support for BCF Civic Leadership Fund
Laura Gamble

How do you want to be remembered? Through BCF, you can support the causes you care about for generations to come. Whether it's a fund for Baltimore that will help BCF address the changing needs of Baltimore, a field of interest fund that carries on your passion for education, the arts or another field, or a specific philanthropic purpose you have in mind, BCF provides a home for your permanent legacy.

“If you are blessed with more than you need, then you should share it with your fellow man.”
George W. McManus Jr.
George W. McManus Jr. Foundation Fund, established 2013
George McManus

BCF's Action Agenda

Our Action Agenda focuses on education and neighborhoods, organizing grants, initiatives and advocacy around our vision for Baltimore. Learn more

Youngsters in Patterson Park get a workout in the neighborhood’s youth soccer league.
One Step Up scholars Sherrone Ricks and Jeane’ Baker celebrate with donors Jonnie-Kay McLean and Norman Morrison.
A Baltimore City student soaks up the sun at North Bay Adventure Camp.
Enjoying the lake at Druid Hill Park. Photo by Middleton Evans.
Dreams do come true: Our Playground at Stadium Place, rebuilt by determined volunteers and generous donors after the original was destroyed by arson. The work was supported by a fund at BCF. 

BCF’s efforts through the Diversity Path will work to rebuild Baltimore’s black middle class.

Baltimore’s vibrant arts and cultural scene boasts innovative projects like the Contemporary Museum’s Mobtown Modern Music Series, which combines classical instruments, jarring visual components and DJ-style electronics into informal performances of works by modern composers. Photo by Robert McIver Photography.
Cyclists atop Federal Hill take in views of the city skyline and bustling Inner Harbor. Photo by Middleton Evans.
Collecting butterflies in the field for a nature study.
In the spring of 2009, an army of dedicated volunteers worked to rebuild Our Playground at Stadium Place, which had been destroyed by arson in September 2008. Photo by Kristine Buls.
Enjoying one of the simple pleasures of summer at a neighborhood camp.
BCF’s Human Services Path emphasizes health, aging, and family economic security.
Neighbors team up to beautify and reclaim a vacant lot.
Most Middle Grades Partnership scholars qualify for the city’s competitive high schools.
Rapid and reliable public transportation for our region is a central goal of the Central Maryland Transportation Alliance, a fund of BCF. Photo by P.A. Greene.
Children beat the heat in the waters of the Walter Sondheim Fountain at the Inner Harbor. Contributions to construct the memorial were collected through a special project fund at BCF. Photo by Will Kirk, courtesy of Homewood Photography.
Students at Great Kids Farm learn about local food production, from “seed to fork.”
Baltimore’s successful One Plus One recycling program has engaged residents in making the city cleaner and greener.
Baltimore City students and farm manager Greg Strella (far right) with the summer harvest at Great Kids Farm.
Students at Baltimore’s Friendship Academy of Engineering and Technology, one of many public charter schools helping to transform public education in our city. Photo by Stephen Jones, courtesy of Baltimore City Public Schools.
BCF’s Promoting Baltimore Path works to ensure that Baltimore continues to retain and attract citizens and businesses.
Experience-Corps Baltimore places older adult volunteers in struggling city elementary schools to serve as classroom aides, mentors, and tutors. Photograph by Michael Ciesielski, courtesy of Greater Homewood Community Corporation, Inc.


Tedd is portfolio manager, managing member and founder of Credo Capital Management. 

Prior to founding Credo, he was vice president and portfolio manager/analyst at Brown Capital Management where he co-managed over $2.5 billion in institutional assets as a member of the large/mid cap investment team. 

As a sell-side analyst at Alex, Brown & Sons, and Legg Mason, Tedd conducted research on large, mid and small cap companies. Prior to that, he was an investment banking associate at E.F. Hutton.

He holds a BA in computer science from Morehouse College and an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.