Meet Our Members! October Edition

October 29, 2014

Meet our members featured on our Member Spotlight in October! Have a Happy Halloween!

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Founded in 1885 Helping Up Mission (HUM) has developed deep roots among the inner city’s poor and homeless, helping countless individuals overcome poverty, homelessness, and addiction. HUM’s overarching goal is to provide all the tools necessary to help men recover from addiction and become productive members of society. HUM have found through years of experience that men experiencing long-term drug and alcohol addiction can get well with the right type of help: meeting each man’s individual needs under one roof in a supportive, long-term residential community while also providing educational/vocational programs and job placement assistance.



Komen Maryland is working to better the lives of those facing breast cancer in the local community. Through events like the Komen Maryland Race for the Cure® in Hunt Valley and Ocean City, Maryland, the Maryland Affiliate has invested $35 million in community breast cancer programs since 1993 and has helped contribute to the more than $800 million invested globally in research.



Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland is now one of the oldest nonprofit, home-delivered meal programs in the country, serving more than 700,000 meals annually. Meals on Wheels’ approach, to provide nutritious meals, personal contact, community connections and safety-net services, distinguishes them from other home delivered meal programs. Today, Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland is one of the largest Meals on Wheels programs in the country thanks to the sustained commitment of their volunteers, staff and donors who live and work in the local communities where they serve.


The “I Can Do Anything” Organization, Inc. was established in order to help youth learn the importance of starting early to explore career options, develop skill assessments, learn self-assessments, and develop life skills. Once the mind believes, it can indeed do anything.
The organization markets 
its services to educational institutions which include middle schools, high schools, charter schools, and youth outreach programs through churches and youth organizations. These programs offer workshops and seminars across the country.


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