https://youtu.be/920xicImEZY BALTIMORE -- In roughly one week, the We Give Black Fest will host
New Leadership Position to Strengthen Mission and Accelerate Growth
https://youtu.be/E42_yPd4mbA Join us for a powerful conversation with a panel of experts on
BPRB wants to be able to see more bike shops in Baltimore’s communities, including neglected ones, over the next ten years.
is the founder of
an organization that’s
2x NFL champion, Torrey Smith introduces us to the financial driver behind a lot of grassroot organization
The origin story of CLLCTIVLY dates back to the 2015 Uprising sparked by the tragic death of Freddie Gray in the custody of the police. Wooten joined with a coalition of grassroots activists, faith-based leaders, and concerned citizens to found Baltimore United for Change.
Baltimore Business Journal - CLLCTIVLY, a Baltimore-based nonprofit, helped raise over $100,000 for
CLLCTIVLY’s founder, Jamye Wooten, featured in the Fall issue of John Hopkins Magazine.