Directory of SOURCE Partnering Community-Based Organizations
SOURCE partners with more than 100 Community-Based Organizations (CBOs) in Baltimore City. CBOs provide meaningful community engagement activities for our students, faculty and staff, including one-time service projects, long-term projects, scholarly projects, internships, FWS positions, short-term consultant projects and more.
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The contact information for our partnering CBOs is subject to change. If you need assistance in contacting an organization, please let us know. We are also available if you need some guidance in choosing a site. 410-955-3880, SOURCE@jhu.edu.
To build healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke; focus on advocacy, fundraising for research, and raising awareness around cardiovascular events (heart disease remains the #1 cause of death in the U.S.)
To work with Latino and other low-income immigrant communities to improve the quality of life and fight for equal treatment and full access to resources and opportunities; to advocate for social, political and economic justice for all low-income communities. CASA de Maryland also sponsors the Mi Espacio Program, an after school youth leadership program.
Community Law Center, a nonprofit law firm, provides legal services to community and nonprofit organizations throughout Maryland to promote stronger nonprofits and more vibrant neighborhoods. Community Law Center is Maryland's only legal services organization dedicated solely to strengthening neighborhoods and the nonprofit sector.
Serves as an advocate for abused and neglected children involved in the juvenile court system. Conducts independent reviews, makes recommendations to the court, and monitors court orders.
Energy Justice Network is a national organization that is focused on ending incineration. The organization works to justly transition the country away from incineration towards clean energy and zero waste solutions; battling climate change while creating the jobs to do so.
Many LGBTQ Marylanders continue to experience discrimination in all aspects of their lives. FreeState Justice is a social justice organization that works statewide to improve the lives of LGTBQ Marylanders and their families through legal services, policy advocacy, outreach, education and coalition building.
The goal of the Prison-to-Professionals (P2P) program is to help people with criminal convictions obtain higher education.
HealthCare Access Maryland (formerly Baltimore HealthCare Access) is a nonprofit agency that plays a critical role in strenghtening Maryland's health care delivery system. Working with both government and private-sector support, HealthCare Access Maryland helps residents enroll in public health care coverage and navigte the complex helath care system.
Maryland Health Care for All is a broad-based coalition of 1,100 faith, labor, business and community groups that have been working to guarantee all Marylanders access to quality, affordable health care.
Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland (PBRC) is Maryland’s hub for pro bono (free) civil legal assistance provided by volunteers. Equal access to justice is a core value of our nation, yet hundreds of thousands of our state’s residents cannot afford the legal help they desperately need and have no legal guarantee of a lawyer. As the pro bono arm of the Maryland State Bar Association, PBRC plays a unique role as the training, support, innovation, and advocacy center for pro bono.