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Recent News & Press Releases


Baltimore Community Foundation welcomes three new members into Professional Advisor Recognition Society

Published Wednesday May 23, 2018
The Baltimore Community Foundation (BCF) welcomed three new members into its Professional Advisor Recognition Society during a ceremony today. The 2018 inductees into the Society include D. Crystal Alford-Cooper, Jonathan D. Eisner and Frank Lidinsky.  Read More.

Judy Centers showing success in school readiness

Published Tuesday May 8, 2018
Ensuring Baltimore’s children are ready for kindergarten is a crucial goal for BCF, and for our city. After identifying Judy Centers an intervention that delivered results, a small group of very generous donors enabled us to open eight additional Judy Centers in Baltimore City. Now, new kindergarten readiness results from across Maryland are showing that strategy has been effective – and school principals around Baltimore want to replicate Judy Centers in their own schools.  Read More.

BCF announces hiring of Ann Beegle and Dara Schnee to fill key leadership roles

Published Tuesday May 1, 2018
Today, the Baltimore Community Foundation announced the hiring of Ann K. Beegle and Dara Schapiro Schnee to fill two key leadership positions instrumental in moving the foundation toward its strategic goals in schools, neighborhoods and asset development. Beegle has been named Vice President of Strategic Investments while Schnee will be Vice President of Philanthropy. Both start this month.  Read More.

Sound Advice with Dorie Fain

Published Tuesday April 24, 2018
It’s no secret anymore that women have tremendous power in the world of philanthropy. Women have harnessed the power of giving to make meaningful and sustainable impact around the world.  Read More.

The Michelle Rose Memorial Fund

Published Wednesday April 11, 2018
A few months after her sister Michelle Rose's death, Yvette Monachino-Wolfe decided that she wanted to honor her sister’s memory and raise awareness for those who shared Michelle's struggle. Her research led her to community foundations, which help donors build charitable funds that can support causes they care about forever. And because Yvette and her husband Will recently moved to the Baltimore area, she contacted BCF to help her create the Michelle Rose Memorial Fund, an endowed donor-advise... Read More.

BCF Celebrates $3 million in grants from The Children’s Fresh Air Society Fund

Published Wednesday April 11, 2018
Since 1990, The Children’s Fresh Air Society Fund has provided summer camp experiences to disadvantaged children from Baltimore. This year, the fund celebrates distributing over $3 million to provide “camperships” for thousands of Baltimore City children over the 28 years it has been housed at BCF. Read More.

Charitable gift annuities can provide income and a charitable legacy

Published Friday March 23, 2018
Margot Shriver has a history of giving to BCF. When she wanted to give appreciated stock, she worked with BCF to set up a charitable gift annuity that would provide her income and leave a charitable legacy that her daughters could carry out.  Read More.

Endow Maryland: Get a tax credit today. Help Maryland forever

Published Tuesday March 6, 2018
"As residents of Baltimore for 45 years, we have found that it was very important to invest in Baltimore because there is a lot to be done here. Through gifts to the Civic Leadership and the Invest in Baltimore funds at BCF, we’ve been able to use the Endow Maryland tax credit to give more than we otherwise could to help Baltimore." Read More.
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