Please help us give away six micro-grants to advance good ideas in Baltimore. This is our sixth year of providing micro-grants and as we have done in past years, we’ll have five finalists provide three-minute “pitches” of their ideas… and then we will ask you to cast virtual ballots for your favorite. Based on your votes, we will give out two $500 grants, two $250 grants, and two $50 grants. Register here!
This year hear pitches from these organizations:
- Baltimore Crime Museum
- Baltimore Immigration Memorial and Museum, Inc.
- Cooperative Community Development Inc
- Irish Railroad Workers Museum
- Friends of St. Vincent Cemetery (FoSVC)
- Thomas Johnson Elementary Middle School #84
We’ll learn about some great initiatives underway in Baltimore and have a little fun helping them out. This is also Baltimore Heritage’s annual meeting where we elect board members and officers. It’s free and we hope you join us!
Thank you again for supporting us and our work with Baltimore’s historic buildings and neighborhoods. Whether from your couch or your backyard, we hope you can join us at 5:30 pm on October 21, 2021 via Zoom for this special event.
I love your series. Ironically I was born in Baltimore but lived most of my life in D.C. But I have a special love for Baltimore. One community that I hope cover is the Polish. From the Ole Polish home club to the Polish Legion of American Veterans. It is a community that is leaving us every year. Clubs are closing. Most of us are spending more time saying Goodbye than Hi.
I thank you.
I am unable to attend thee 2012 Pitch Party. Will I be able to see it OnLine on another date? If I were there to vote, I would give the Irish RR Workers Museum some acknowledgement for all they do to keep the heritage alive.
The Pitch Party is always enlightening and great fun! I’ll be there