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Baltimore – D.C. – Wilmington Local Nonprofit News, Events and Chat for Sunday - January 17
The latest local Baltimore/D.C./Wilmington area nonprofit news to help power your network, strengthen your organization and keep you involved with your professional peers, funders, competitors and cohorts!
We're devastated to learn of the passing of Dante Barksdale. He was a champion for peace and dedicated to a better Baltimore City. We were honored to work with him and to know him. May his memory continue to be a beacon for love and healing.
Our condolences to the Barksdale family. Your work toward violence intervention and prevention will live on. #Safestreets
Tomorrow starts our 5 day journey towards a better understanding of #inequity and how it effects our community! Visit our website to join us: https://t.co/pyfqSWcubO #UWCM #UnitedWay
Do you wanna go to the town hall? The questions are due today!
Go to https://t.co/o5ZHc59iT7 to sign up. Questions needed to be submitted before the end of today! We can't wait to see everyone on January 21.
This is an interesting read! Understanding Introverted Children: A Guide for Parents. https://t.co/JVAbZM5pta #netde #projectthrive #delaware
“the president’s...campaign said [n]o campaign staff...were involved in the organization or operation of the rally, according to the statement.
“The AP found at least 3...Trump campaign aides named on the permit rushed to obscure their connections to the demonstration.”
"...length of off-road cycle lane leading away from a cycle station strongly affected the usage of bikes – in other words, the better the infrastructure for cyclists, the more use the bikes would get." @MikePurzycki @MattMeyerDE
The OAR office will be closed tomorrow, Monday, January 18th for the Martin Luther King Jr. Day Holiday. If you need to reach us, please call 703-228-7030 and leave a message and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
We're starting a podcast! 🎧 Orchestra Librarian Matt Gold and Patron Services Assistant Zoe Thomas will host a fun, down-to-earth, multi-faceted conversation about the goings-on of the Richmond Symphony and the classical music scene. Stay tuned for the first episode coming soon!
National Cryptologic Museum Foundation receives $1 million from FedData Holdings https://t.co/OgJlbO6Mg1
#DYK: #Delaware's state seal was adopted on this day in 1777! Images of wheat, corn, a farmer & an ox symbolize the importance of farming to our state, as well as a ship (for shipbuilding), waves of water (the Delaware river) & a militiaman (protection of home & country). #NetDE
Nice read from hbr. Perhaps we add "nonprofit" to the authors words to then read . . .#nonprofit Leaders who ask powerful questions have the greatest success in both seizing new opportunities and addressing unexpected challenges—and they build cultures. . . into the future.
UWDE's Poverty Simulation is an interactive immersion experience. It sensitizes community participants to the realities of poverty. The simulation is not a game and is based on real life experiences from real clients. Register at https://t.co/AEtacADt23 #mlkday #netde
Special Announcement on the BCC Property/Land Sale https://t.co/U1xIBGUaON