Archive for May, 2015

MBK and the Oyster Recovery Program

Friday, May 22nd, 2015

OysterAfter our successful Bull Roast event this year, My Brother’s Keeper was able to help our community in a new and exciting way. After the Bull Roast event, MBK was able to collect and donate 7 bushels of oyster shells to donate to the Oyster Recovery Program. Each bushel contained 500 shells, which can become seeded with at least 10 baby oysters, in hopes to help replenish the oyster population of the Chesapeake Bay.


Ten Ways to End Homelessness: Part 2

Friday, May 15th, 2015

HomelessnessAs we discussed in our previous blog, The National Alliance to End Homelessness is continuously providing organizations throughout the country with tools and information to help end homelessness. They have released a list of “ten essentials” that can be implemented in different communities throughout the country to help the fight against this terrible problem within our nation.


Ten Ways to End Homelessness: Part One

Friday, May 8th, 2015

Baltimore-HomelessnessThe National Alliance to End Homelessness is constantly working hard to help the nation’s organizations find an end to homelessness. One way they are trying to help is through the “ten essentials” to end homelessness. These essentials can be used by the different organizations across the nation to combat the problem of homelessness throughout the communities they serve.

They include the following:


Hunger and Learning

Friday, May 1st, 2015

Hunger and Learning Do you know how many people go hungry every day within our nation? Do you know how many of those individuals are children?

Currently, about 13 million children within the nation are either experiencing hunger currently or are at risk for experiencing hunger soon. Even more upsetting is that a portion of those children are right within the state of Maryland. While some may think that hunger is only when your stomach is growling or you begin to crave a specific food item, they fail to realize what a serious problem hunger can be, especially in children.


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