Maryland Nonprofits will be hosting two important discussion sessions on possible state grant reforms in the next few weeks. Legislation will be proposed in the 2020 Legislative Session to begin a streamlining and standardization of state grants procedures across a number of human service agencies. The proposal is still being finalized, and we need […]
Last Wednesday, the annual Department of Legislative Services (DLS) briefing to the Spending Affordability Committee and the fiscal committees took place in Annapolis. This event is viewed by many as the real start of the legislative season.
The Maryland Department of Transportation’s Mass Transit Administration, working with KFH Consultants, is holding a series of full-day meetings starting next week to gather stakeholder input on adequacy and needs for “human services transportation” in order to update Regional “Coordinated Public Transit-Human Services Transportation Plans” across the State.
Nonprofits play a critical role in helping ensure a complete count in Maryland. Many households would not participate in the Census if they did not get encouragement from a trusted source. Community-based organizations are highly trusted sources of information. Therefore your encouragement and assistance to people who need it will truly make a difference.