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OND S.E.W Youth Project

The Sewing Education Workshop (S.E.W) Youth Project was established, in 2018, to help inner-city youth strive in learning how to sustain, be creative and develop attributes of becoming an entrepreneur. 

Location: Baltimore, MD, USAWebsite: https://ondsewyp.org/

The Queens' Sisterhood Society

The mission of The Queens’ Sisterhood Society is to promote lifetime bonds, business ownership, and empower individuals of the African Diaspora community.

Location: Baltimore, MD, USAWebsite: www.weareqss.com

Wisdom Counseling - Baltimore LLC

Acute Grief and Bereavement Counseling for African American Marylanders

Location: 100 West Road, Towson, MD, USAWebsite: wisdomcounseling-baltimorellc.comPhone: 667-206-3685

The Creative Nomads

We are a community focused on the professional and craft development of arts entrepreneurs and on providing access to arts, music, and cultural programming to all youth and families.

Location: Baltimore, MD, USAWebsite: http://www.thecreativenomads.org/

Fuel the Kids

Black Futures Micro-Grant Spotlight

Fuel the Kids winner of CLLCTIVLY’s #bmoreHERstory Micro-Grant!

Fuel the Kids mission is to provide our students in Baltimore with the tools they need to be dreamers and the captains of their future.

Black Girls Cook

Black Futures Micro-Grant Spotlight

Black Girls Cook winner of CLLCTIVLY’s #bmoreFoodJustice Black Futures Micro-Grant! #bmoreFoodJustice grant for $2,000 was made possible through our partnership with The Black Church Food Security Network.

CUPs Coffee 

Black Futures Micro-Grant Spotlight

Kenika Walker, co-owner of CUPS Coffeehouse is one of CLLCTIVLY’s #bmoreHERstory Black Futures Micro-Grant awardees. CUPs works directly with Project I CAN, a program of Fusion Partnerships, to provide hands on workforce development for youth living in #Baltimore City.

Tendea Family

Black Futures Micro-Grant Spotlight

Tendea Family is CLLCTIVLY’s first Black Futures Micro-Grant recipient. Learn more about their work to improve the Black community in Baltimore City economically, mentally, physically and morally.

Proceeds support Changemakers in Greater Baltimore.

CLLCTIVLY's founder selected as a Hometown Hero Semi-finalist!

Jamye Wooten – Founder, CLLCTIVLY

Also the co-founder of Baltimore United for Change, Jamye launched CLLCTIVLY in 2019, an organization that seeks to create an ecosystem to foster collaboration between Black-led organizations in Baltimore. The goal is to mitigate fragmentation and duplication of programs by providing a resource that seeks to find, fund and partner with black social change organizations. The organization also offers no-strings-attached micro-grants of $1,000.


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