The spaces used for The Light House’s food programs recently underwent a much-needed renovation, which has allowed them to restructure their pantry program to operate as a new Client Choice system. This Client Choice pantry allows a variety of new food options including meat and dairy and broader inventory.
Bryan, a graduate of the Light House's B.E.S.T. Culinary Training Program and current employee at the Light House Bistro, is living in one of four supportive housing units above the Light House Bistro. His apartment was featured in this week's Capital Gazette as the Home of the Week.
In Enoch Pratt Free Library's Family Reading Circles program, families take part in intergenerational reading groups that help strengthen reading comprehension and stimulate and generate engaging discussions. Families are encouraged to read together, strengthen the family unit through enjoyable literacy activities, and help build family libraries.
The Farm is thrilled to be hosting the fourth annual Fall Food and Jazz Festival October 8th from 3:00PM-6:00PM. The Festival has become a highlight of the year for staff, students, and supporters of the farm.
Twice a year, Believe Big spends a day at the Johns Hopkins Pediatric Oncology Unit in Baltimore, Maryland for Mug Painting. Funds from The Helen J. Serini Foundation were used to host one of these painting days earlier this year.
This summer, Creating Communities held its 9th annual Arts Mentorship Academy! In June, the organization hosted 50 low-income youth from all over Anne Arundel County. Students received expert instruction is science, art, music, dance as well as delicious meals, journaling, t-shirts, water bottles, and bags.
Check out the students' final performance from this year's AMA: