From tea to juice to sausages, an amazing group of Baltimore food & beverage makers graduated from our social enterprise City Seeds School of Food last week.Continue reading "Congratulations to our School of Food Graduates of 2017!"
Humanim social enterprise Details Deconstruction was featured in this month’s Chronicle of Philanthropy article “Nonprofit Rebuilds Lives by Tearing Down Old Houses.”Continue reading "Details Deconstruction Featured in Chronicle of Philanthropy"
Max Pollock, Director of our social enterprise Brick+Board, was recently featured in the Baltimore Business Journal’s profile “How I recover and recycle Baltimore’s history.” Read what Max has to say about salvaging Baltimore’s historic rowhomes for social impact.Continue reading "Max Pollock of Brick+Board featured in BBJ: “How I recover and recycle Baltimore’s history”"
For the last year our culinary social enterprise City Seeds has been part of the REDF SE4Jobs Accelerator program, alongside other talented, employment-focused social enterprise leaders across the nation. After being chosen to participate in this prestigious program, we are happy to share that our Director of City Seeds – Deborah Haust – for winning the program’s final Pitch Competition.Continue reading "City Seeds Wins REDF Accelerator Pitch Competition!"
We are excited to highlight the Baltimore Wood Project, a great example of public/private partnerships to increase the reclamation & reuse of wood and urban fall throughout Baltimore.Continue reading "Reclaiming Baltimore’s Wood through the Baltimore Wood Project"
We’re excited to share that two of our social enterprise leaders will be speaking at Light City Baltimore’s Innovation Conferences this year.Continue reading "Humanim Social Enterprise at Light City Baltimore"
Calling all food and beverage entrepreneurs! Join us for one of our Final Four School of Food workshops of the year:Continue reading "School of Food Final Workshops!"
The Humanim Social Enterprise Division values social entrepreneurship as a cornerstone of their corporate values and a guiding strategic principle. Through it, they are able to create economic opportunity for ancillary business development, in addition to jobs for community members.Continue reading "Social Enterprise Alliance Spotlights Humanim"
The Humanim Social Enterprise Division continues to make headlines, from Fast Company’s Fast.Co Exist to the Washington Post.Continue reading "Our Social Enterprises Details & Brick+Board in the News"