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Center4UrbanFamilies
The Center for Urban Families offers programs devoted to increasing the self-sufficiency and economic stability of Baltimore’s low-income fathers and families.
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Dr. Wendy Ellis Apr 8
Join partners from across the & the country including Trinity Washington University National Organization of Black Law Enforcement for this Town Hall to address community violence & building pathways to healing!
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Aspen Ascend Apr 9
When we talk about missing urban infrastructure, fathers are left out of the equation. So as much as we try to make communities whole, we are missing an opportunity to make sure our children are connected to both parents.
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Alli Smith Mar 13
Hanging out with a student I taught as a 5th grader, he’ll be 19 tomorrow. He’s enrolling himself in the Baltimore Responsible Fatherhood Project. Their energy in this office is 🔥, shout out to 🗣
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Aspen Ascend Mar 13
Ascend ED Anne Mosle today delivered a keynote on the father factor - a critical link in building at the 20th annual New England Fathering Conference, highlighting innovations from Ascend Network Partners , , , and .
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Joe Jones Mar 13
So what does it really mean to be a returning citizen? Mr. Shirome Owens is ’s STRIVE grad, dad, and valued member of our team. Take a moment to be enlightened and uplifted by his testimony captured in a Baltimore Sun video story.
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The Silver West Feb 21
Congrats! Amazing work. Looking forward to your next twenty years of transformative impact in the lives of Baltimore families.
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Philip Weinberg Jan 27
Happy b-day . Proud to partner with such an exceptional group in creating opportunity for men & women in Baltimore.
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Center4UrbanFamilies Jan 26
Happy Birthday CFUF! Today is officially our 20th anniversary.
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Joe Jones Jan 25
"Happy ! Please help spread the word: is a tax credit that can help hundreds of thousands of Marylanders. Expert volunteers stand ready 2 help workers get the credit they've earned -- for free. " is a partner location.
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Eric Karl Hontz Jan 23
Would love for the Foundry to set up in Penn North w would increase foot traffic in a transit center and could provide some great opportunity w connection to Baltimore City Community College right up the road
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Susan Sterett Jan 4
End of semester, learned so much from students collaborating with
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David Miller Jan 10
At Fort Worthington Elem for “Pop-up breakfast” with fathers in East Baltimore. Shout out to & the . Fathers are essential for maintaining healthy communities. Help us change the narrative about fathers in .
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Joe Jones Jan 6
Five things at the very top of my 2019 list of unacceptability: ~Inequality ~Poverty ~Illegal guns ~People who believe opioid addiction is a new phenomenon ~Mediocrity
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Aspen Ascend Dec 21
Past grantees have included - which has spent the last 20 years strengthening urban communities by helping fathers and families achieve stability and economic success under the leadership of .
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Center4UrbanFamilies Dec 13
Roland Harvey, of the Arbor Dog Foundation and Natural Concerns Landscape Contractors, came by to personally deliver a $20,000 check to support CFUF! Thank you!
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Center4UrbanFamilies Dec 13
Congrats to our "Old Heads", the Eddies for 25 years of service!
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Fatherhoodgov Dec 6
Engaging fathers in schools is important work. Inviting fathers to have breakfast at the school is a great way to build relationships with fathers and the larger community. @CouncilmanBMS
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Joe Jones Nov 30
Yesterday the Fatherhood field took a big step forward at the Father Factor Forum w/the combined muscle of & This was a jump off point building on a reservoir of past & existing wrk residing in practice, government, philanthropy, academia, and community
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Aspen Ascend Nov 29
“This wasn’t about us versus them. This is about us being all in for children," says , founder of .
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Jessica Bartholow Nov 29
"There are things you can start doing tomorrow w/out $," says Raquel Hatter of on panel about reforming policies for improved outcomes for and parents. Can't wait to bring these ideas to
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