neighborhood-based collaboration centers
TouchPoint Baltimore uses social capital to create a network of neighborhood-based collaboration centers. These facilities are developed and funded with business and private resources.
Employees from both organizations meet with students and community members to participate in programming. Through these efforts, people who would not normally interact are able to make connections.
Since 2017, over 320 events have been held by 71 partners that have drawn in over 2,600 members of the community. With the common goal of serving our community and changing the narrative around Baltimore, we are a team for positive change in the area.
Workforce development, mentoring, education-based programming and more
Our recent programming includes: