For 30 years, our membership team has been working hard to make sure that we are keeping up with the nonprofit sector’s ever-changing needs. Today, it is more important than ever that nonprofits across the state have access to the tools and resources they need to serve their communities!
“I’m elated to join this top-flight team at Maryland Nonprofits as the organization celebrates 30 years of strengthening nonprofits and networks for greater quality of life and equity”, said Ms. Green.
Maryland Nonprofits is seeking presentations, workshops, panels, and facilitated discussions for our 2022 conference, #MANOAC22, which will give nonprofit leaders from across the state an opportunity to learn, connect, rejuvinate, and discuss important issues.
By Dr. Gabriela Lemus, Executive Director of Maryland Latinos Unidos As we move forward to a post-pandemic existence, how do we reach equity in healthcare access for Latinos? What would that look like, what are best practices, and what are the unforced errors? And the ultimate question: what holds Latinos back as a community when […]
To commemorate its 30th year, Maryland Nonprofits is launching the anniversary campaign, ‘This is the moment to care.’ This initiative will address the urgent need for a shift towards an internal culture of care within the nonprofit sector.
For Immediate Release Media Contact: Imany Dye, Communications & Marketing Coordinator Iadye@mdnonprofit.org | (443) 238 2336 On January 28, 2022, the Maryland Nonprofits Board of Directors elected officers for the 2022 calendar year. Several officers were re-elected: Chair Kimberly Corbin of the Greater Washington Urban League, Vice Chair Violet Apple of Girls Scouts of […]
“With Maryland having a $4 billion plus budget surplus, no Marylander should be in need. Nonprofits should not be struggling to keep their doors open.” Says Maryland Nonprofits President & CEO Heather Iliff. On January 19, 2021, 300 nonprofits and nonprofit leaders submitted a letter to Maryland executive and legislative leaders calling for $1 billion of Maryland’s $4+ billion budget surplus be used to “Put People First” and partner with the nonprofit sector.
Are you a recent college graduate of any level with loans that you have no idea how to pay off? You might be able to have your loans forgiven if you work for a nonprofit or government organization!
(BALTIMORE) —Gov. Larry Hogan announced on January 18, 2022, that open enrollment will continue on Maryland Health Connection through February in light of the ongoing public health emergency. A record number of Marylanders – 181,603 – have enrolled in coverage for 2022 through the state’s health insurance marketplace. A surge of new enrollees fueled the […]
Treasury’s New Final Rule Replaces The Interim Rule From Last May On January 6, the US Treasury Department released the final rule for State and Local Governments’ use of ARPA (American Rescue Plan Act) funds. The new rules are simpler and allow somewhat broader use of the funds than did the May interim rule. Even […]