Grants from public and private parties as well as local and state agencies secure our financial stability.
Listed below are the groups that either previously or currently make our organization possible.
- Aaron and Lillie Straus Foundation
The Aaron and Lillie Straus Foundation secures better futures for vulnerable children by helping to build family and community supports that nurture their educational, social, economic, and physical well-being.
- Annie E. Casey Foundation
The Annie E. Casey Foundation works to build better futures for disadvantaged children and their families throughout the country through grants that strengthen support services, social networks, and self-determination.
- Associated Black Charities (ABC)
Associated Black Charities was founded in 1985 to represent and respond to issues of special significance to Maryland's African American communities, and to foster coordinated leadership on issues concerning these communities. ABC was awarded federal funding through the Compassion Fund Demonstration Grant.
- Baltimore City Health Department
The vision of the Baltimore City Health Department, as the local health authority, is to serve as an architect and catalyst for needed policy development and change in the health and human services systems of Baltimore City. Baltimore City Health Department will provide the advocacy and leadership necessary to ensure the protection and promotion of the health of Baltimore's citizens.
- Baltimore Communtity Foundation
The Baltimore Community Foundation's mission is to inspire donors to achieve their charitable goals from generation to generation and to improve the quality of life in the Baltimore region through grantmaking, enlightened civic leadership and strategic investments.
- Open Society Institute
The Open Society Institute of Baltimore brings the community and government together to focus on drug addiction, criminal justice, workforce and economic development, education and youth development, and access to justice.
- The Maryland AIDS Administration
The AIDS Administration is dedicated to working with public and private partners to reduce the transmission of HIV, and help Marylanders already infected live longer and healthier lives. This is accomplished by promoting and developing comprehensive, compassionate and quality services, for both prevention and care. The AIDS Administration provides leadership, encourages input from affected communities, and uses scientific knowledge, to guide the development of responsible, compassionate and effective polic
ies and programs.
Made possible by the Maryland After School Opportunity Fund, DHR provided funds for TASI to administer training and technical assistance to local management boards in Central Maryland.