The Petco Foundation on Wednesday surprised BARCS–the Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter –with a $250,000 grant in celebration of Valentine’s Day. The shelter is the largest in the state with over 12-thousand animals taken in every year.
BALTIMORE, Maryland— From homelessness to substance abuse to violence to single-parent homes, many residents of Baltimore face unending challenges. This special video report introduces just some of the people who are facing those challenges and takes a look at their efforts to try and rise above them.
Let’s Help Kids, a non-profit organization started by six-year-old Rachel Harris (who is now 12), conducts a Halloween costume drive every year to provide free costumes to children in need.
Montgomery County groundbreaking ceremony becomes a realization of a Public Private Partnership to produce the new Progress Place facility on Georgia Avenue in Silver Spring.
The homeless student population in Maryland continues to grow as a result of the recession, as national numbers have hit a record high.
More than 20 different rescue groups and shelters from across the Mid-Atlantic region went looking for love last Saturday, attending the fifth annual, “Camp Bow Wow Cupids and Canine’s Adopt-a-thon” to match needy pets with potential owners.