The Baltimore Summer Funding Collaborative is a partnership between public, private and nonprofit organizations that supports high-quality summer programs serving children and youth from low-income backgrounds in Baltimore City.
The Baltimore Development Corporation (BDC) is the economic development agency. Their mission is to grow the city’s economy in an inclusive manner, thereby increasing career opportunities for residents.
As a private philanthropy based in Baltimore and working across the country, this foundation makes grants that help federal agencies, states, counties, cities and neighborhoods create more innovative, cost-effective responses to children and young people facing poverty, unnecessary disconnection from family and communities with limited access to opportunity.
The lululemon Centre for Social Impact is setting out to break the barriers that prevent access to wellbeing. By leveraging their expertise, resources, and communities to invest in and advocate for the wellbeing of those most impacted by systemic inequity around the world.
The main purpose of B-CIITY is to reduce the impact of trauma and build resilience in the Central West Baltimore communities of Sandtown/Winchester, Upton/Druid Heights, and Penn North, so that young people (ages 14–24) can complete school, build healthy relationships, and create a safe financial pathway.
For nearly 50 years, the Baltimore Community Foundation has connected people who are passionate about their city and purposeful in their philanthropy.
This is giving by and for the people of Baltimore.
Summer Camp Sponsors
Their mission is to equip families and communities with knowledge, skills and resources that will serve as a blueprint for their personal and professional growth and stability.
Founded by Anika Sabree, a Brooklyn-born artist, illustrator, graphic designer and color enthusiast. She has experience providing various design services to small business, organizations, conferences and events throughout the country.
As a 1st generation Caribbean American wife, mom, caterer, educator, and foodie – Naimah’s recipes marry flavors from her Trinidadian heritage and her African roots to tell stories of family, food, and culture that have travelled to the Americas.
Founded in 2013 by Bmore Empowered Co-founder, Nazaahah A. Amin, Ama Wellness is a yoga therapy practice for African American women and girls. Nazaahah currently leads group yoga therapy workshops for parents in Baltimore City Public Schools as well as private and group sessions at her studio in West Baltimore.
Founded by Bmore Empowered Co-founder Kieta Amin, Mpolo Business Solutions provides Grant Management Aervices, Technical Assistance, Capacity Building, Budget Creation and Forecasting, and Nonprofit Consulting & Coaching.
Ama Scents is a line of essential oil products that are inspired by 90s R&B and African-American culture. Each blend is handcrafted in small batches using all natural ingredients and minimal packaging. From purifying mists to calming roll-ons, they have a product for you.