Nonprofit Spotlight: The Arc Baltimore

Since 1949, The Arc Baltimore has been dedicated to providing advocacy and high quality, life-changing supports in Baltimore City and County.

The Arc Baltimore supports more than 6,000 adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. The Arc’s 800 full and part time employees provide services at eight major facilities and 100+ owned and leased residential sites across the Baltimore region.

As one of the nation’s largest and most respected organizations of its kind, The Arc Baltimore is an indispensable resource, providing employment training and support, day and residential services, family support and education, treatment foster care, assistive technology services, respite care, public policy advocacy, and information and referrals.

The Arc is always looking for new partners in the community – volunteers, employers, sponsors and board members. In addition, The Arc is looking for players and sponsors for its 25th Annual Golf Tournament is on May 14 at Hillendale Country Club.

To learn more about getting involved or to join us for a morning of golf, go to www.thearcbaltimore.org or contact Kate McGuire, LCB ’15 at 410-296-2272 x5217.

 

        

Website Support and Maintenance Request for Proposal

Request for Proposal: Website Support and Maintenance Submitted by: Leadership Baltimore County Contact: Mary Kay Page at 410-583-5236 Due Date: November 30, 2018 Please submit a technical and cost proposal to Mary Kay via email by Nov. 30. LBC will review proposals and notify all parties of its decision by Dec. 14.   OVERVIEW About…

Nonprofit Spotlight: National Kidney Foundation of Maryland and Delaware

One in three American adults is at risk for kidney disease. The National Kidney Foundation Serving Maryland and Delaware is dedicated to preventing kidney and urinary tract diseases, improving the health and well-being of individuals and families affected by these diseases and raising awareness to increase the availability of all organs for transplantation. The National…

Nonprofit Spotlight: Helping Up Mission

The Helping Up Mission (HUM) offers comprehensive services for men experiencing homelessness, addiction and poverty through a variety of programs including a year-long spiritual recovery program. Every year, HUM provides: 182,500 nights of shelter (500 nightly) 438,000 meals (1,200 per day) 155,000+ items of clothing and personal care 6,700 counseling sessions On Sept. 14, HUM announced…

Seeking Alumni Planning Team Coaches

Did you love planning your leadership day? Would you like to get to know some of our new class members and help LBC create the best program possible?  Then we are looking for you!   LBC’s Program Committee has been working hard to make every single LBC session day the best it can be.  It has been…

Honoring Elayne 35 Years Later

Our 35th anniversary celebration was a huge success! This event doubled as our commencement ceremony for our Class of 2018, who have all officially been welcomed into our esteemed group of alumni. Congratulations to all of our new graduates! For a full list of class members, click here. The celebration brought new graduates and alumni…

Nonprofit Spotlight: The Living Legacy Foundation

Right now, there are 114,490 people across the country waiting to receive the donation that could save their life—an organ. Nearly 4,000 of those people are right here in Maryland. The Living Legacy Foundation (The LLF) is an organization working to shrink those numbers by raising another: the number of registered organ donors. As the…

Nonprofit Spotlight: CASA of Baltimore County.

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Baltimore County is a nonprofit organization that provides individual advocacy for children in foster care that have been abused, neglected or abandoned. With the hope of each child receiving a safe, loving, permanent home, this organization aims to one day be able to help each of the nearly 600…

Join Us For Our 35th Anniversary!

For 35 years, Leadership Baltimore County has been inciting change, shaping leaders, and focusing on the real issues within our community. And now it’s time to celebrate! When our fearless leader Elayne Hettleman began this program in 1983, she never could have imagined the success and influence it would have. But, thanks to her tireless…

Class of 2018 updates

The Class of 2018 is more than halfway through its leadership year. In addition to the Opening Retreat, the class experienced Environmental Sustainability, Health Care, Public Safety and Baltimore County Government Days already. March is a jam-packed month! On March 8th, the class visited Annapolis for Maryland State Government Day.  This day is always a…