BCF welcomed two new members into its Professional Advisor Recognition Society during a ceremony today. The 2019 inductees are Christina Snyder and Robert Young.
A proper estate plan is critical for everyone – no matter their level of wealth or income.
The Baltimore Women's Giving Circle is a major grantmaking force in Baltimore. With over 450 members, the Circle has made $5.3 million in grants to organizations that focus on promoting self-sufficiency for women and their families in Baltimore City and Baltimore County.
John P. Angelos and Brandon Etheridge will serve BCF and Baltimore as new Trustees.
Constance Craig-Mason, an agent with the Baltimore-based Transamerica, believes in the power of networking.
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.
Maryland's lawmakers approved legislation last year that requires the Maryland Transit Administration to lay out a long-term plan for the region. What does that mean? On January 29, we'll sit down with the Central Maryland Transportation to find out how this plan is progressing.
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.