We are proud to announce that one of our fantastic direct support professionals (DSPs), Shannon Saunders, was selected as a winner of the DSP Recognition Award by the Maryland Department of Health Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) and the Maryland Department of Disabilities (MDOD).Continue reading "Shannon Saunders Receives DSP Award from Maryland Department of Disabilities and Maryland DDA"
Senator Van Hollen announced Humanim as one of four organizations in Baltimore to receive part of $3.3 million in federal grants to support workforce training programs.Continue reading "Humanim Receives $500,000 in Federal Grants for Workforce Development"
The Humanim Board of Directors is pleased to announce the selection of Cindy Plavier-Truitt to become the organization’s new President and CEO. She succeeds Humanim’s longtime CEO, Henry Posko, who retired in September.Continue reading "A Message from the Humanim Board of Directors"
Humanim was honored to receive a Rise to the Challenge Grant from Howard County Executive Calvin Ball yesterday!Continue reading "Humanim Receives Howard County Rise to the Challenge Grant"
Henry Posko is retiring as President and CEO of the nonprofit Humanim, ending a remarkable four-decade tenure that saw dramatic growth, the organization announced today.Continue reading "Humanim President and CEO Henry Posko to Retire After 41-Year Career"
Stacy McNish, Humanim Consumer Benefits Coordinator, was recently interviewed by The Avenue News! Stacy shared about Humanim’s SNAP Outreach that takes place every Friday at the Essex Library, Baltimore County.Continue reading "The Avenue News Highlights Stacy McNish and Humanim’s SNAP Outreach"
The Wall Street Journal reports on the Baltimore Deconstruction Project, and how other cities like St. Louis are looking to adopt Humanim’s deconstruction model in “Brick by Brick, Baltimore’s Blighted Houses Get a New Life.”Continue reading "From the Wall Street Journal: “Brick by Brick, Baltimore’s Blighted Houses Get a New Life”"
Junior Achievement of Central Maryland and Humanim each will receive $250,000 from Baltimore’s largest independently owned bank.Continue reading "Howard Bank Pledges $500,000 to Key Non-Profits Focused on Workforce Development & Financial Education"
We are honored to be awarded Mutual of America’s 2018 National Governor Hugh L. Carey Community Partnership Award, honoring outstanding contributions of nonprofit organizations who are delivering solutions to critical challenges facing our country.Continue reading "Humanim wins the Mutual of America 2018 National Governor Hugh L. Carey Community Partnership Award"