- (410) 563-1684
- 100 S. Washington St.
Work with Southeast Residents, particularly those on low and fixed incomes. Help them access resources and support, develope instruments that both combat poverty and urban decline,s and foster individual and neighborhood pride, participation and self-determination.
A non-profit community organization involved in advocacy and education, with special dedication to the poor. Provides after school program, youth enrichment and summer camp program for ages 6-12. Provides leadership workshops and public health projects for teens.
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