Let's Thrive Baltimore

Call to Action

Let’s Thrive Baltimore.


Let’s not just survive, let’s prosper.


Let’s celebrate our young people.


Let’s provide the resources and technology they need to reach their promise.


Let’s give them jobs building safe and beautiful places to play.


Let’s create the opportunities they need to flourish and follow their passions.


Let’s make jobs that let parents put good food on the table and savings in the bank.


Let’s help parents through career consulting and access to credit.


Let’s support strong relationships between our seniors and our youth.


Let’s engage hurting families in conversations that help them heal.


Let’s demand the best health care for our seniors.


Let’s end the school-to-prison pipeline, so our men can raise their babies, guide our youth, and love their partners.


Let’s end gun violence through bold advocacy and community solutions.


Let’s build a community where our children can play outside without their families worrying.


Let’s stop having parents bury their children.


Let’s organize to create the vibrant city we deserve.


Let’s elect leaders we are proud of and hold them accountable.


Let’s walk together and move with the heartbeat of this city.


We don’t want to just get by.


Let’s refuse scarcity and live in abundance.


Let’s pour our passion into art, song, technology, industry, clean streets, and healthy families.


Let’s celebrate our community.


Let’s Thrive Baltimore.



Moms Demand Action,  Bmore Beautiful, Family League, Walmart Foundation, AT&T, Samsung, Target, CB Trust, B -City Coalition, Maryland Nonprofits, Mayor Officer of Children and Family Success, Mayor Office of Criminal Justice, City Health Department-Youth Violence Prevention, Keep Maryland Beautiful, No Kid Hungry, Salvation Army, Baltimore Community Foundation, Weinberg Foundation, Sisters Saving The City, M.O.M.S, Sarah’s House, Belair And Edison, Excellence of Ambition, Students Demand Action, Public Schools, Home Depot Foundation, Nelson Kendall P.A., City Council, City Health Department, Food Waste, Adams and Adams CPA, CPS, DHHR, City Child Abuse Center, Park, and Recs and Special Permits, Mental Health Association, Children Mental Health Matters, Md Department of Disabilities, National Center of School Mental Health, Youth as Resources, Roberta House, Youth Service America Point of Light, Generation On, Scooby-Doo Do Good, Design for Change, Disney and other local non-profits in communities we serve..

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