The Family League of Baltimore City is your connection to the community! We collect and analyze data on both community-based and citywide strategies; provide information on state supported and privately funded programs; and help to plan and develop grassroots community resources—all designed to improve the well being of children and families in Baltimore City.
Working to improve the quality of life for children and families of Baltimore
A Mother’s Compelling Story
If I had a chance to go back to December 29th, knowing what I know now, I probably would have changed a lot of things,” she says in the video, which promotes safe-sleep practices for parents and other caregivers, including instructions to always place a baby in a crib, not in a bed. “For you to be asleep with your baby, it’s not a good idea. It’s not worth a child’s life.
Family League Highlights Successes in Annual Report
The Family League has officially released its Annual Report detailing its financial and programmatic successes of both 2011 and 2012. The report, published online and in print, highlights a number of families who benefit from services and initiatives supported by the Family League. Included are the personal stories of the Granados family, who have children attending Lakeland [...]
2013 Super Summer Kick Off Event
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, FLBC President & CEO Jonathon Rondeau and other officials kicked off the city’s summer meals program and other summer activities on April 3 at the launch of Baltimore City Super Summer at the John Eager Howard Recreation Center. This is the second summer for the initiative which connects youth in Baltimore City with [...]
Community and School Engagement Strategy
The Family League’s Community and School Engagement Strategy forges partnerships between schools and other community resources that promote student achievement and family and community well-being.
B’More for Healthy Babies
In response to this public health crisis, leaders from the corporate, nonprofit, and government sectors came together to launch an innovative and far-reaching initiative to prevent infant deaths and promote better family health – B’more for Healthy Babies.
Too many Baltimore Families lack access to affordable and nutritious food. The Family League is focused on reaching children where they are at home, in school, after school and during the summer to make sure they have the food they need to grow, learn and thrive.