Source: Baltimore Business Journal
Since its establishment after the Freddie Gray riots, OneBaltimore has officially obtained status as a 501c(3) nonprofit. For its first initiatives, the organization is collaborating on a project to create a job training facility for middle school students and is also backing a bill to fund more “rec-tech” centers that would provide after-school space low-income students to do their homework on computers.
According to the chair Michael Cryor, OneBaltimore’s efforts will remain narrow for the time being, but they have been and will continue to meet with other Baltimore nonprofits, businesses, and individuals that want to help them expand in the future.
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