Education can help break the cycle of poverty.
Providing children and youth with academic opportunities helps prepare them for a stable and productive future.
The Foundation supports projects that provide or supplement a high-quality education from elementary through high school, primarily in its priority communities in the following areas:
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This $30 million multiyear partnership builds and transforms Baltimore City’s public school libraries in neighborhoods where many students face academic and economic challenges. The Library Project serves over 7,700 students and their families through 17 libraries.
This annual partnership supports high-quality summer programs for children and youth. It has grown to include nearly a dozen national and local funders. Programs address one or more of the following areas: literacy; STEM; youth employment; college and career readiness; environmental education; health; and enrichment, including sports and arts programming.