The Southeast CDC is collaborating with the Martin Pollak Project, Inc., a therapeutic foster care placement agency located in Highlandtown, to form a family-centered tutoring and mentoring collaborative at our Community Schools. We are seeking volunteers to support students at any of these three available times and locations throughout the week. We ask for 90 minutes … Continue reading A Way to Give Back: Tutor a Local Student!Read More
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Are you excited about buying a home and need to complete home buyer education? Click below to find links to information about housing counseling at the Southeast CDC.Read More
The Highlandtown Merchant Renovation Fund assists new and expanding businesses in the Highlandtown Main Street district with the cost of commercial build-outs through a grant of up to $50,000.
Application are due May 13, 2018. Click here for more details.Read More
Make your end-of-year gift to the Southeast CDC! Click here!
Southeast Baltimore is becoming a thriving 21st century community. Young families, immigrants from around the world and creative professionals are choosing to live, work and invest in Southeast Baltimore. The Southeast CDC has been at the forefront of this change.Read More
The Southeast CDC., in partnership with other organizations like Parks & People Foundation and Blue Water Baltimore, has been at the forefront of a sustained push to add trees to the landscape, most recently with the help of a $75,000 grant from Chesapeake Bay Trust to plant 350-plus trees in the Greater Highlandtown neighborhood.Read More
Already known as neighborhood sources of knowledge, seniors’ wisdom is even more apparent in their enthusiasm to add to that knowledge at two Money Matters for Seniors events.
“Our first event was very successful,” said Meg Elseroad, noting that nearly 100 seniors attended the first.Read More
Known as a positive force in the neighborhood and a haven of sorts for the many immigrant parents whose children go there, Ruhrah is at a staggering 188 percent of student capacity while posting an astonishing staff turnover of zero.Read More