Baltimore Sun Helping Up Mission residents and their families, those staying temporarily in their shelter, and the public are all invited to the holiday meals offered. (Amy Davis, Ulysses Muñoz) To view the photo gallery click hereRead More
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We’re back with Season 3!
This episode is the story of Bobby Johnson and how despite his stumbles, God has placed Bobby on a path of service and redemption using his talents as a way to give back. Bobby reminds us that even in our darkest places, we still have a protector who, if we’re willing, will help us out of the grips of death and into loving and meaningful relationships.
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By Mike Schuh November 19, 2019 at 8:00 pm BALTIMORE (WJZ) — As long as the Ravens have been in Baltimore, as part of their community outreach, they and their players have tried to extend a helping hand during the holidays. To read more click hereRead More
By Annie Rose Ramos November 18, 2019 at 4:15 pm BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A warm coat this winter might be something many people take for granted until they don’t have one. An annual coat giveaway hosted by the Baltimore Ravens, fresh off their sixth-straight win, may help some people avoid the cold. To read the full article click hereRead More
Interested in working at Helping Up Mission? We are seeking a qualified full-time Human Resources Specialist (see job requirements below) to become a valued member of the Administrative team. Click Here to download the job description .pdf Human Resources Specialist – Helping Up Mission, Inc. Interested candidates should email their cover letters and resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org, attention Michael T. Burns Job Requirements: • Exhibit the Core Values of Helping Up Mission, Inc • 5-7 years of HR, benefits, …Read More
Story published on Thriveglobal.com September 17, 2019 By Christina D. Warner, MBA, Order The Art of Healthcare Innovation: Interviews and Industry Insights from 35 Game-Changing Pioneers “Either the federal government or state governments must create health planning functions to oversee the system…” “…What makes your company stand out? Can you share a story? Our company is driven by its vision to be the community-based healthcare system that the patient experiences as a “system” and to deliver the care that we would …Read More
Helping Up Mission has been mentioned in a nice response article published in the Baltimore Sun: BALTIMORE SUN | SEP 04, 2019 | Maria Harris Tildon, Baltimore The writer is executive vice president for marketing, communications and external affairs at CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield. The article reads: …In Baltimore, the Helping Up Mission, which assists individuals battling addiction and homelessness, recently began using a $50,000 grant from CareFirst to offer dental and oral health care to its clients — 15 of whom …Read More
Helping Up Mission was honored to be the recipient of a 2018 ProLiteracy National Book Fund grant. This grant provided books to help our clients, like Mark (pictured above) receive the necessary tools to complete educational goals.Read More
We had the honor of cutting the ribbon together with Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young on a newly refreshed courtyard and green space at our Chase Street Women’s Center, compliments of our partner Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated. Coke Consolidated has a big heart for the communities they serve, and to assist in the transformation of lives. Over the past few months, Coke Consolidated deployed teammates as part of their Response Team to demo the existing structure in the courtyard, creating …Read More
Mike Siers, Director of the Regional Economic Studies Institute at Towson University recently presented the economic impact study results entitled Impact and Reach of Helping Up Mission (HUM) to our board Program Commitee. The study is based on graduates of HUM and their impact on the Maryland economy and was graciously funded by BTU Partnerships for Greater Baltimore. When a participant graduates from the Helping Up Mission with employment, they contribute substantially to Maryland’s economy. Their employment supports jobs, economic …Read More