Our culinary social enterprises City Seeds and School of Food were recently featured on WYPR’s On The Record with Sheilah Kast. On “Cultivating Confidence with City Seeds,” the City Seeds and School of Food teams give an in depth overview of what our culinary social enterprise division is all about.Continue reading "Cultivating Confidence with Humanim Social Enterprise City Seeds"
School of Food, a Humanim social enterprise, needs your help by voting for them to receive a $25,000 grant from State Farm® to help improve their community.Continue reading "Humanim social enterprise School of Food has been selected as a State Farm Neighborhood Assist® Top 200 Finalist and needs your votes!"
Watch the video from Room & Board, our commercial partner in the Baltimore Wood Project – which beautifully details the journey of urban wood from abandoned Baltimore row homes to the Room & Board showroom and store, and its social impact along the way.Continue reading "Salvaging Baltimore with the U.S. Forest Service"
Job creation. Crime reduction. Community development. Reclaiming and recycling Baltimore’s wood. USA Today highlights the environmental & social impact of our partnership with U.S. Forest Service – the Baltimore Wood Project.Continue reading "USA Today Highlights Humanim Collaboration: The Baltimore Wood Project"
Towson University talks about how they are changing lives through inclusive employment, in partnership with the Baltimore Integration Project and Humanim’s Administrative Assistant Career Training program.Continue reading "Building Commmunity Partnerships to Strengthen Local Hiring with Towson University"
Rodricks tours the City Seeds and School of Food kitchens on his podcast Roughly Speaking.Continue reading "The Baltimore Sun’s Dan Rodricks visits Humanim Culinary Social Enterprise at the Food Hub"
Creating sustainable social change in Baltimore through partnerships. Thanks to the U.S. Forest Service and many other partners, the urban wood economy is taking root in Baltimore – restoring green spaces, jobs, and healthier neighborhoods.Continue reading "Foresters, Furniture makers, City Leaders Create 3rd life for Baltimore’s urban wood"
We are proud to be a part of the “shocking” developments in the East Baltimore that Dan Rodericks highlighted this week in The Baltimore Sun.Continue reading "Humanim Highlighted in Dan Rodrick’s “Shocking Developments in East Baltimore”"
Humanim’s STEP program is proud to partner with the Howard County Public School System’s Homewood Center and the Y in Central Maryland, Dancel Family Center to provide work training programs that help students transition from high school to adult life.Continue reading "WE STEP Program Helps Homewood Center Students Transition to Adult Life"