Thank you to our partners
We’re grateful for the incredibly selfless organizations who are helping us reach our goal of 250,000 acts of kindness. When we come together, we can make a positive difference in the lives of our friends, family members, strangers and in our neighborhoods.
The Kennedy Krieger Institute is a Baltimore-based non-profit that aims to improve the lives of children and young adults with pediatric developmental disabilities and disorders of the brain. Learn More
By empowering people with intellectual disabilities through sports, Special Olympics Maryland embodies a mission of kindness and inspires us all to open our hearts to a more inclusive future. Learn More
Telling Baltimore’s stories since 1948, WBAL-TV 11 News is a trusted source for breaking news, weather, sports, and daily local news.
State agency that provides up-to-date tax and financial information to all Maryland taxpayers, vendors, and tax professionals.
Planit is a strategic, digitally minded agency. We make brands more compelling through undeniable science and award-winning consumer experiences.
With heritage in the coffee and tea business since 1895, they lovingly roast their coffee to order in small batch roasters and their Eastern Shore Teas, as well as our Baltimore Teas, are imported from the finest tea gardens around the world.
Our Mission is to honor the service of our Military and First Responders by creating opportunities to express gratitude.
The Yleana Leadership Foundation exists to fight the cycle of entrenched poverty – which necessitates breaking the correlation between race/ethnicity and socioeconomic status.
The Maryland SPCA’s mission is to improve the lives and people and pets in the community through education, veterinary services, and humane care.
- Offering over a dozen experiential-learning based corporate team-building events. These team building exercises are a great way to improve communication skills, get focused on a common goal, and have the entire group experience a fun activity — TOGETHER.
Together We Rise is a non-profit organization dedicated to transforming the way youth navigate through the foster care system in America.
Baltimore Hunger Project is dedicated to eliminating the growing problem of weekend childhood hunger by feeding bodies and minds. We are bridging the gap between Friday and Monday by consistently providing weekend food packages to children identified as food insecure, in a compassionate and dignified manner. We raise awareness about the effects of hunger by establishing partnerships with community members, other organizations, and decision makers.
The Ulman Foundation changes lives by creating a community of support for young adults, and their loved ones impacted by cancer.
Our vision is to provide state-of-the-art medicine with family-centered care, stay at the forefront of scientific research, and teach tomorrow’s leaders in pediatric medicine.
The Student Support Network was created, and persists, to improve the lives of Baltimore County school children living in poverty. We provide food, basic necessities, and advocacy to support the well-being of Baltimore County Public School students in need.
Easterseals enriches lives and expands opportunities for all children and adults in our communities, including people with disabilities and military backgrounds.
Improve the health of Marylanders experiencing food insecurity and chronic illness by preparing and delivering medically tailored meals and providing nutrition education, thereby achieving racial, social, and health equity.
The Maryland Book Bank is committed to cultivating literacy in children from under-resourced communities.
Kennedy Krieger Institute’s mission is to transform the lives of children, adolescents and adults with diseases, disorders and injuries that impact the nervous system. This is accomplished through ground-breaking research, innovative treatments, and life changing education.
The mission of Special Olympics is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.