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Rotary 7620 partnered to feed Howard students

Rotary District 7620 partnered with The Salvation Army of Central Maryland Feeding Program to provide 2,100 meals to school children enrolled in the Howard County Public Schools. During Rotary District 7620’s annual conference, which was recently held at Turf Valley Resort, the focus was on giving back to the Howard County community. Typically, the Salvation Army of Central […]

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Vision Technologies teams with K9s For Warriors

Glen Burnie-based Vision Technologies announced the launch of its partnership with K9s For Warriors as the charity of choice for 2022 in recognition of National Volunteer Week. In support of the charity program, Vision will sponsor the adoption of a rescue dog through K9s For Warriors and fundraise additional donations through various charity events during the year. […]

Posted inDiversity

State announces $1M in African American Heritage Preservation grants

The Maryland Commission on African American History and Culture (MCAAHC) and the Maryland Historical Trust (MHT) have awarded 13 African American Heritage Preservation Program (AAHPP) grants totaling $1,000,000 to Maryland nonprofit groups for fiscal 2022. These grants offer assistance to organizations and private citizens in their sponsorship of projects involving acquisition, construction, or improvement of […]

Posted inBusiness News

American Battlefield Trust partnering with Merkle division

Merkle Response Management Group (Merkle RMG), a subsidiary of Columbia-based Merkle, has been chosen by the American Battlefield Trust to manage the nonprofit’s direct mail donation processing along with its acknowledgement and premium fulfillment requirements. David Duncan, president of the American Battlefield Trust, cited Merkle RMG’s reputation, expertise, technology, and scale as key factors in […]

Posted inHoward County

CAC Howard’s Dayhoff to retire

The Community Action Council of Howard County (CAC), Howard County’s designated anti-poverty organization, announced that the nonprofit’s president, Bita Dayhoff, is retiring after 32 years with the organization. Under Dayhoff’s leadership, CAC has transformed significantly, creating a culture and organizational systems that have sparked innovative thinking, promoted equity and delivered excellent service. Dayhoff dramatically increased […]

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Apprentice House Press donates Hiassen book proceeds

Apprentice House Press, a student-run book publisher based at Loyola University Maryland, has contributed the proceeds from the sale of author Rob Hiaasen’s work, “Float Plan” and “Love Punch & Other Collected Columns,” to two nonprofit organizations promoting gun safety. At the request of Hiaasen’s widow, Maria, Apprentice House Press has given a total of $5,000 […]

Posted inCyber

Merkle launches data accelerator for nonprofits

Columbia-based Merkle has announced the launch of its Data Accelerator for Nonprofit, a cloud-based, data-management solution that enables nonprofits to connect their data sources and eliminate technology and analytics limitations to drive organizational growth. The Data Accelerator for Nonprofit draws upon Merkle’s 33-year heritage as a customer experience transformation business partner to corporate and nonprofit […]