How much would you give to help a young, formerly homeless mother and her children build a secure, stable, self-sufficient life together?
|One month of utilities to help keep a family safely housed in their modest apartment||Help feed a family with the cost of groceries for a week||A tutoring session to help a child keep up academically||One week's public transportation to and from the school where a mother is completing her degree
Founded in 1883, the YWCA Greater Baltimore is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all.
The YWCA’s current programs include supportive housing for homeless women and families and affordable childcare for working families in Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Harford County, and northern Anne Arundel County. Upcoming programs will address racial justice and women’s economic advancement.
Human Trafficking in Maryland: Realities, Resources, and Response
Tuesday, March 18, 2014
3pm to 6pm
1500 Union Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21211
Join us for a set of panel discussions about the realities of human trafficking in Maryland. Panelists will discuss intersections with race, immigration, and homelessness in our area, along with key indicators, interventions, and available resources. Pre-registration is required. Light refreshments will be available.
Download the event flier.