Why do you think this foundation should be philamplified?
I am recommending an "After Gray Action Report" centering on the Annie E. Casey Foundation, but inclusive of other large private, family and corporate funders based in the city. The Casey Foundation has accomplished some remarkable work over the past 25 years. As the largest funder in Baltimore with a focus on children, families and communities, is there a way for it and other large funders to rethink what is their local role in changing the narrative, conditions and outlook for those most in need in the city? -- Guest
According to its website: “The Annie E. Casey Foundation is devoted to developing a brighter future for millions of children at risk of poor educational, economic, social and health outcomes.”