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As we complete our first Quarter, Summer’s end and Fall’s start were humming with activity. The Adaptive Village Small Grants project was a collaborative partnership with Morgan State University’s School of Community Health & Policy and Share Our Strength. Over $225,000 21 grassroot community groups were awarded for community-inspired and developed projects. In alignment with our mission, Adaptive Village is rooted in equity and a product of our Community Health Needs Assessment demonstrating the agency and power of community voice.
As 2021 was ushered in with COVID-19, Family League reached a milestone, welcoming our 30th year of service to the Baltimore community. While the world was amid a global public health crisis, the call from community to adapt and adjust to meet its needs was both pronounced and clear. The pandemic has demanded our network navigate a new normal. Through the efforts of our community, board members, donors, and incredible staff at Family League, we were thrilled to support our partners through game-changing investments.
Family League would like to thank the Community School Coordinators, OST Site Managers, and Lead Agencies for doing a wonderful job supporting students, families, and communities this past school year. Transitioning into school buildings amid Covid’s everchanging variants was difficult, but please remember the deep impact that your work and devotion has on the city of Baltimore. Thank you for your continuous commitment to our community.