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Tag Archives: Coronavirus response

Md. Army National Guard to help at Baltimore County food distribution sites during COVID-19 pandemic

Maryland Army National Guard troops will support Baltimore County’s food distribution operations and continue to provide additional planning and logistical support to enhance the county’s emergency response during the COVID-19 pandemic. Beginning Friday, National Guard troops will support weekday meal ...

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The Children’s Guild, Monarch Academy launch laptop initiative

The Children’s Guild and Monarch Academy schools launched an initiative to raise funds to support the immediate purchase of 1,500 Chromebook laptops. As student transition to distance learning, many children at The Children’s Guild and Monarch Academy schools do not ...

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Baltimore restaurant feeds health care workers at Sinai Hospital

Fredericka Dockins, owner of Killa Dogz restaurant, donated 75 meals Wednesday to health care workers at Sinai Hospital to help ease the strain caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Workers in the hospital’s perioperative services team, which cares for patients before ...

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Point Breeze donates $30K to build greenhouse for First Fruits Farm

Point Breeze Credit Union made a $30,000 donation to First Fruits Farm for a 6,000-square-foot, tech-savvy greenhouse to help the nonprofit Christian ministry provide produce to those experiencing hunger throughout the mid-Atlantic region during the current coronavirus outbreak. Jenn Gillispie, ...

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UMD Carey Law School creates student COVID-19 emergency fund

The University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law has created an emergency fund to help students in need during the COVID-19 crisis with help from Maryland Carey Law alumni, the UMB Foundation, and AccessLex. Law school Dean Donald B. Tobin said the university is ...

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Kennedy Krieger calls for COVID-19 mask donations

Following recent recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that suggest individuals should wear face coverings in public settings, Kennedy Krieger Institute recently launched new protocol making mask-wearing a universal requirement at the institute. With this new ...

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Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation, Feeding America to launch Strike Out Hunger campaign

The Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation, Bill Ripken and Cal Ripken, Jr. have partnered with Feeding America to launch the Strike Out Hunger campaign in efforts to help kids and families across the country who are dealing with food insecurity during the COVID-19 ...

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Downtown Annapolis Partnership launches new website for COVID-19 help

The Downtown Annapolis Partnership launched AnnapolisStrong.com, a website to help residents connect with local businesses as they navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. After receiving several suggestions from local residents and business owners the Downtown Annapolis Partnership created the site for people ...

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