NWBP supports community development projects in Northwest Baltimore. For example, NWBP works with neighborhood-based organizations to develop and submit grant applications for Baltimore Regional Neighborhood Initiative (BRNI) funding. BRNI, a program of the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development, aims to demonstrate how strategic investment in local housing and businesses can lead to healthy, sustainable communities with a growing tax base and enhanced quality of life.
For more information contact Larry Schugam at .
One Park Heights
One Park Heights is a campaign of unity that facilitates community engagement from Park Circle to the Baltimore City line around common neighborhood goals.
For more information, contact Sherrell Savage at .
NWBP's Single Family Homeownership Committee is working to foster housing investments, connect potential homebuyers to housing resources, convert renters to buyers, and attract new families to Northwest Baltimore.
For more information contact Laura Hartman at .
Oral History Project
The Oral History of Northwest Baltimore Project will create a collection of living people’s testimony about their own and their family’s experiences while recognizing individuals’ unique historical importance particularly in NW Baltimore. The project will community members from a wide variety of backgrounds and neighborhoods. be more involved. Our goal is to fostering collaboration, cross-cultural conversations, and intergenerational learning within the NW Baltimore community; while catalyzing community change through relationships.