Baltimore City Mentor Recruitment Fair
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BALTIMORE CHILDREN AND YOUTH FUND
After a months-long process that included community design and capacity building sessions, and a formal proposal review process, Associated Black Charities (ABC) today announced grantees for the historic Baltimore Children and Youth Fund.
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Family League Statement in Response to Office of Legislative Audits Report
BALTIMORE, August 12, 2018 – The Office of Legislative Audits (OLA) contacted Family League of Baltimore (Family League) during their examination of previously funded projects initiated by the Baltimore City Department of Social Services (BCDSS). Family League was fully compliant and cooperative, providing OLA with all requested information. During the audit and in its findings, no negligence was reported on the part of any current or former Family League employees. Read the full release here.
Keys to Success (K2S)
K2S is a 3-week training program to help youth realize their potential and learn valuable life skills. Call 410.662.5500 x225 for more information about the ...
Celebrate 50 years of CACFP
USDA Food and Nutrition Service sent this bulletin at 05/08/2018 08:30 AM EDT
Celebrate 50 years of CACFP
Every day, the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) serves over 4.4 million children and 131,000 adults. May 8, 2018 marks the 50th anniversary of the CACFP
Centers and day care homes have supported the wellness, health, and development of children and adults for half a century.
Grain-Based Desserts in the CACFP
Methods for Healthy Cooking
Serving Meat and Meat Alternates at Breakfast and more!
Choose Yogurts That Are Lower in Added Sugars
Serving Milk in the CACFP
Meal Planning in the CACFP
Serving Meat and Meat Alternates at Breakfast
State CACFP agencies have until May 30, 2018 to apply for a $100,000 noncompetitive CACFP Meal Service Training Grant. States may use these funds…
Family League Newsletter: February 2018
The first cohort from the Keys to Success program, hosted at Family League in partnership with the Baltimore City Department of Social Services, graduated on Thursday, February 22nd. The ceremony took place at the Eubie Blake Cultural Center in downtown Baltimore
Twenty-three graduates, ages 18-24, received certificates for completing the strength-based, four-week training program which taught them valuable life skills to fuel their aspirations for continuing their education, securing rewarding employment, managing finances, and more. On March 5, 2018, Family League will hold an Open House for the next Keys to Success cohort. Click on the button below to RSVP for the event
Site-based Meals All Summer Long!
Family League is a sponsor of the Summer…