If you weren’t at the Columbia Town Center Sheraton on Saturday evening, Feb. 6, you missed a fun time as the Columbia Town Center Rotary Club put on its annual Valentine’s Gala.
The Community Foundation of Howard County, which raises, manages and distributes funds to support nonprofit organizations, gave $245,300 in grants to 36 nonprofits in Howard County. Grants come from the foundation’s community grants program, which combines operational and project requests into one funding cycle.
2016 Audrey Robbins Humanitarian Awards Since 1975, the Association of Community Services of Howard County has been recognizing the work that volunteers and employees do in service to others that go above and beyond all expectations in their service to the community. These awards not only recognize the achievements of those honored, they also offer […]
Three years from now, if a determined group of nonprofit leaders succeeds, a family struggling with domestic violence, mental health and financial issues will be able to get help with all three issues in a single visit to the new Howard County Nonprofit Center.
Nonprofits are critical to the well-being of Howard County.
Even after acute-care hospitalization and inpatient rehabilitation services, many adults with brain injury and brain disorders still have functional deficits that require ongoing rehabilitation.
Howard and Anne Arundel counties are places where people want to live. The question is: Can they afford to even consider it?
Americans are driving less.
For years, some funders and nonprofits have held to the belief that an organization with low overhead was an efficiently run, solid organization.
The words “philanthropy” and “sustainable investing” often are uttered in the same sentence.