Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation - Click here for homepageThe Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is the world’s leader in the search for a cure for cystic fibrosis (CF). The Foundation funds more CF research than any other organization, and nearly every CF drug available today was made possible because of Foundation support. As a nonprofit donor-supported organization dedicated to attacking cystic fibrosis from every angle, the Foundation’s focus is to support the development of new drugs to fight the disease, improve the quality of life for those with CF, and ultimately to find a cure.

Senior Associate Brooke Bowman has recently been honored by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation for her success in business and leadership in the community. In accepting this distinction, she has further committed to raise money to help the Foundation realize its mission of controlling and curing CF. We encourage you to join Brooke in supporting this important cause and reaching her fundraising goal by making a contribution via this link.

The Family Tree

family_treeThe Family Tree is Maryland’s leading non-profit organization dedicated to improving our community by providing families with proven solutions to prevent child abuse and neglect. A national affiliate of Parents Anonymous, Prevent Child Abuse America, and The National Exchange Club Foundation, The Family Tree offers volunteer-supported programs and services that aide and educate individuals, families, and communities.

Year Up


Year Up’s mission is to close the Opportunity Divide by providing urban young adults with the skills, experience, and support that will empower them to reach their potential through professional careers and higher education. Year Up achieves this mission through a high support, high expectation model that combines marketable job skills, stipends, internships and college credits. This holistic approach focuses on students’ professional and personal development to place these young adults on a viable path to economic self-sufficiency. Year Up Baltimore, launched in 2010, is the first Community College Pilot Program. It is a one-year, intensive training program that provides low-income young adults, ages 18-24, with a combination of hands-on skill development, college credits, and corporate internships.

Year Up, Baltimore

Johns Hopkins University Museums

JHU MuseumsAs teaching museums of a world-renowned university, the Johns Hopkins University Museums and Libraries contribute to the advancement of scholarship and museum practice by helping to train future art historians, historic preservationists, and museum professionals. They provide curricular support to faculty through their collections, exhibitions, and programs; and offer credit-bearing courses and internships to help meet the university’s academic mission. The museums welcome members of the public to experience their collections and special exhibitions, as well as to enjoy their tours, lectures, and other programs.

Homewood Museum

Evergreen Museum

Maryland Historical Society Young Defenders


A recent reincarnation of the Maryland Historical Society’s young friends group, the Young Defenders is intent on reinvigorating a sense of history in Maryland through social engagement and historical events. The group’s mission is to remind Baltimoreans of all walks of life that history can be fun and social; it’s not just about textbooks. This is accomplished through various social events in the many historic enclaves located throughout Baltimore City.

Maryland Historical Society

Cylburn Arboretum Association


Imagine 207 acres of green space in the heart of Baltimore where everyone can enjoy the beautiful gardens, walk peaceful trails, and come to learn about, enjoy, and appreciate nature. This place is Cylburn Arboretum. The Association’s mission is to assist Baltimore City in preserving Cylburn’s grounds and buildings through horticultural and educational programs. Cylburn Arboretum is the city’s horticultural headquarters, offering the visitor and student arborist guided tours of the many trails and pleasures of a historic city garden and educational center.

Cylburn Association

Cal Ripkin, Sr. Foundation


The Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation helps build character and teach critical life lessons to disadvantaged young people living in America’s most distressed communities through baseball and softball themed programs.  Since 2001, partnerships with successful youth-serving organizations have enabled the Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation to reach over 815,000 kids across the country.

Ripken Foundation



Baltimore SquashWise is a unique youth development program combining academic tutoring and support with coaching in the sport of squash. Many Baltimore students had never heard of squash before joining, and now they are completely hooked! Squash opportunities such as camps and tournaments are incentives that motivate SquashWise students toward academic excellence. Students join in middle school and remain in the program through 12th grade. Baltimore SquashWise expects 100% high school graduation and college access, following the successful model of urban squash across the country.

Baltimore SquashWise

Old Line Society

FB OLSFounded by associate Justin Batoff, The Old Line Society is a nonprofit philanthropic organization catering to social and civically minded young professionals in the Baltimore area. OLS aims at encouraging the new generation of young professionals in Baltimore to raise money while raising their glasses for locally and nationally based charities and the arts. In its young history, OLS has raised thousands of dollars for organizations such as the Wounded Warrior Project, Year Up, and Center for Urban Families, the Family Tree, Living Classrooms, etc. while providing an enjoyable and charitable alternative to the routine social calendar.

Old Line Society

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