The Poverty Huddle works on a variety of issues that can help break the cycle of poverty, such as education reform, expanded free lunches, affordable housing, and more vocational technical programs. To receive information about our next meeting and upcoming events, please email MarylandWISEWomen@gmail.com
Can you attend and provide testimony this Monday at the County Council meeting about why you think fair housing is
COUNTY COUNCIL MEETING MONDAY, JULY 1 AT 7:00 PM Arundel Center – Council Chambers44 Calvert StreetAnnapolis, MD 21401 Councilwoman SarahRead more.
Tonight: Take ACTion -Housing, Gun Violence, Zoning
ANNE ARUNDEL CONNECTING TOGETHER an affiliate of the Industrial Areas Foundation Take ACTion THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 7-8:30PM Asbury UnitedRead more.
Please ask Governor Hogan to sign Education Reform Funding legislation.
Ask Governor Hogan to Sign Education Reform Funding Legislation Action: Please take 1 minute to send this email to GovernorRead more.
An Excellnt watch: We Need to Talk About an Injustice by Bryan Stevenson
Please watch and share!Read more.
Visit the County Executive’s budget planner, please.
County Executive Pittman’s budget tool is posted on the AA Co web site and is not only great for figuringRead more.
Report Highlights Disparity in Different Areas of Anne Arundel County
This week Dr. Pamela Brown, executive director of the Anne Arundel County Partnership for Children, Youth, and Families presented “PovertyRead more.
Please call to support Maryland students! This is crucial!
From Strong Schools Maryland: Our battle for a world-class education continues and your voice matters to get us to ourRead more.
Tell Legilsators to fully fund Kirwan! Maryland needs an excellent education system!
From Maryland ACLU: The time is now to fight to ensure that the initial down payment on the Kirwan publicRead more.
YOU can make a BIG change for Maryland schools, pleae do!
Thanks to the Kirwan Commission, The Blueprint for Maryland’s Future (SB 1030/HB 1413) will be voted on in the comingRead more.