Our response to Covid19

Bmore Safe Project


Over 840,000 people filed for unemployment in Md.  That leave over 1 million children under the age of 18 and over 1 million seniors over age 60.  No One Left Unhelped staff and volunteers are working with community partners to assure No One goes hungry.

Campaign Technology for Achievement.

No One Left Unhelped have provided direct services to over 5000 students and 70% admitted to having no computer or internet in the home.  No One Left Unhelped are working with supporters and community partners to assure every Baltimore City School Student K-12 graders have the technology needed to succeed during #Covid-19 and beyond.  All students are required to take online classes and sign into an online classroom.  


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NOLU Baltimore running festival honoree in 2019


1st Place in the first Mayor's Clean up Cup Competition collecting 10.97 tons of trash in one day as a collaborative effort w/klcf #UNITY

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What We Do

About NOLU- No One Left Unhelped

Our Mission

No One Left Unhelped Inc.'s mission is to provide support, strategies, and awareness to those affected by violence..

                                  Our Vision

No One Left Unhelped' s Vision is a clean Baltimore where

                         no child is impacted by violence

                                       Our Values

Diversity Equity & Inclusion_ efforts our organization take

to create a more welcoming environment for people of 

 less privileged identities. 



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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