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Recent News & Press Releases
Published Thursday May 23, 2019
BCF welcomed two new members into its Professional Advisor Recognition Society during a ceremony today. The 2019 inductees are Christina Snyder and Robert Young. Read More.
Published Wednesday April 24, 2019
A proper estate plan is critical for everyone – no matter their level of wealth or income. Read More.
Published Wednesday March 20, 2019
John P. Angelos and Brandon Etheridge will serve BCF and Baltimore as new Trustees. Read More.
Published Tuesday February 26, 2019
Constance Craig-Mason, an agent with the Baltimore-based Transamerica, believes in the power of networking. Read More.
Published Wednesday February 13, 2019
Baltimore small business owners will soon start getting advice and assistance to help them take their businesses to the next level through The Baltimore Small Business Technical Assistance Fund hosted by BCF with support from The Annie E. Casey Foundation, JP Morgan Chase, PNC Bank, and other partners. Read More.
Published Wednesday January 9, 2019
Gil Sandler, lover of words, was always thinking ahead to the next chapter. He understood how story lines progress and appreciated a delightful twist to a tale. His friends had never seen him speechless—until March 30, 2008, when their generosity caught him totally by surprise. Read More.
Published Friday November 30, 2018
Believe it or not, the holidays are approaching. Time with family inspires conversations about giving. And as the year end approaches, people often consider tidying up their financial picture before the end of the tax year.
Published Monday November 26, 2018
We live in an era of apps. Apps keep track of what we do and want to do in our daily lives. It’s gotten to the point where you can wear a mini-Mayo Clinic on your wrist. And yet, there’s no app to assist with charitable giving – determine the best uses for your donation, or measure its impact on the community. There’s no app for finding your personal passion for philanthropy. Read More.