Giving Tuesday, Giving Mental Health

BCF strives to keep donors informed of the greatest needs in our community and put our relationships and expertise to use identifying impactful nonprofits working to meet those needs. Among the greatest we are currently seeing is mental healthcare. Here, we profile six hardworking organizations that you may want to consider this Giving Tuesday, November 30. All were early recipients of grants from BCF’s COVID-19 Evolving Community Needs Fund and they continue to provide vital support to families.

Relationships Make the Difference

Frank Lidinsky first met Bertha and Cooper Hoddinott in 2016 after their neighbors at Oakcrest Senior Living referred him for estate planning assistance. “They really hadn’t done any planning up […]

Baltimore County & BCF Partner to Build a Better Region

When County Executive Johnny Olszewski was elected in 2018, his transition team identified BCF as the obvious solution to the problem that there were many individuals and organizations throughout the county that wanted to […]

Investing for Impact

BCF launched the Invest for More impact investing program in 2018, committing 4% of the BCF long-term pool to community development programs and projects that yield a financial return alongside […]

Creating Change

The Neighborhood Fiber Company shows the power of community-driven corporate philanthropy Neighborhood Fiber Company CEO Karida Collins was raised in a Southern family that prioritized social justice and giving back. […]