Dear Donors and CSFB Supporters, Because of your generosity, we were able to raise $3,498 on #GivingTuesday 2016! Thank you for giving to an organization which directly impacts your local community by helping Baltimore families in need! Whether you aided CSFB with a monetary donation or you simply showed your support by telling your friends or posting on social media, your contribution is invaluable. Thank you! P.S. If you missed Giving Tuesday, it is NEVER too late to show your support. – Children’s Scholarship Fund Baltimore
Last year, Children’s Scholarship Fund Baltimore participated in #GivingTuesday and thanks to you, we raised $3,270—enough to give a scholarship to one low-income student! This year, CSFB’s #GivingTuesday goal is $5,000, and with your help, we can continue to have a direct and immediate impact in the lives of the low-income Baltimore families we serve. With a 97% high school graduation rate and 84% of our students going on to college, donating to our tuition-assistance program is a fantastic return on a modest ($2,000 per student per year) investment. There are currently over 400 families are on our waiting list to receive support. We need YOUR help to meet this demand. […]
Hosted by Venable LLP, Cocktails for Choice brought donors, guests, and trustees together to celebrate our program and learn more about how empowering low-income parents to choose the school that is best for their K - 8th grade students results in exceptional outcomes. Board Chair Kate Powell and Trustee Sophia Marquez-Wallace welcomed guests who enjoyed Maryland-themed hors d'oeuvres and local wines and beer while savoring the views of Baltimore. If you weren't able to join us, we hope you'll enjoy this short video about our program which highlights the success of our students.
Wishing our CSFB scholars a fantastic school year! Our scholars are stylin' in their first day photos.
We’re proud to invite you to meet one of our scholars, Sincere Z. Heugan, as he does his very first public reading from his non-fiction children’s book, “The Issue.” “The Issue” is a true story written and illustrated by Sincere, detailing a day in the life of a student who faces a very challenging issue while at school. Sincere’s reading will be held at Red Emma’s Bookstore Coffee House on Saturday, September 10 at 2pm. Join the Facebook event here. Sincere and mom will host a discussion to welcome questions and dialogue about Sincere’s inspiration for writing his book. Mom […]