Giving Tuesday was created to unite us all in a day of generosity, to make a difference in the world any way we choose at the start of this busy holiday season.
You can help Boys Hope Girls Hope of Baltimore and make a huge impact in one day. We realize that not everyone can give money, so do what you can. Sharing our link, our site, our social media posts or a story about your BHGH experience is a big help in giving to our cause.
Double your impact! Every dollar raised on Giving Tuesday up to 10,000 will be matched by our board of directors.
Your dollars help support the fulfillment of our mission to help academically capable and motivated children-in-need to meet their full potential and become men and women for others by providing value-centered, family-like homes,opportunities and education through college.
The day-to-day costs necessary to fulfill our mission consist of all food, clothing, transportation, medical care, books, tuition, school supplies, summer enrichment and out-of-school time leadership development and assistance through college and beyond.
The Scholars and Staff of BHGH Baltimore
Executive Director Karen Bond is profiled in the Baltimore Business Journal.
What can you do to make our city better?
Please take a moment to read the article in the BBJ about making change in post-riot Baltimore.
Boys Hope Girls Hope of Baltimore is proud to announce that Donte Jones has earned his Bachelors Degree in Human Ecology with a concentration in Child Development from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore during their December 2016 commencement exercises.
Donte entered the Boys Hope Girls Hope program in 2008 and graduated from Archbishop Curley High School in 2011.
Life before Boys Hope Girls Hope was unpleasant for Donte. His father was murdered on the streets of Baltimore when he was just eleven years old. He was surrounded by a home life filled with drugs and gangs and felt there was no way out for him. He came to live at Boys Hope Girls Hope when he was in the 8th grade and in search of some stability in his life.
Donte remembers his time at BHGH, “The things I liked best is the family-like relationships the staff build with the scholars. It was very important for me when first coming into the program because before in my life I rarely felt that love from people. Therefore, receiving that love from people who weren’t in my family meant a lot to me and has stuck with me ever since.”
“I was the first in my family to graduate college and it means a lot to me to set an example of success for my siblings.”
Saturday, October 28th at 7PM - Midnight
Salandra Family Farm
14685 Carrs Mill Road
Woodbine, MD 21797
The 2nd Annual Eat, Drink, and Be Scary costume party benefiting Boys Hope Girls Hope of Baltimore (BHGH) will take place on Saturday, October 28th from 7PM – Midnight.
Wear your most creative, scary, fun or favorite costume and come out and dance the night away!
With a DJ and food provided by Mission BBQ. All proceeds benefit the scholars of Boys Hope Girls Hope.
- $125 per individual
- $250 per couple
Sponsor This Event!
Join our elite group of generous corporate sponsors by contributing financial and in-kind donations for this event. Contact Sue Taylor (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Andy Hilger (email@example.com) to learn more.
4.28.17 at 8:30 AM Registration Begins
Sparrows Point Country Club
919 Wise Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21222
Join Boys Hope Girls Hope at the 16th Annual Sparrows Point Classic Friday, April 28, 2017
Boys Hope Girls Hope’s Residential program recreates the family atmosphere and dynamic that is central to healthy adolescent development. Our residential scholars live in homes—not institutions, but real homes in safe neighborhoods.
Your support through the Golf Classic provides opportunities for the scholars of Boys Hope Girls Hope to lead lives of independence and accomplishment.
9AM: Breakfast and BHGH Scholar meet & greet
10AM: Shotgun Captain’s Choice Scramble
19th Hole: Open cocktail hour with cash prizes and awards; Beverages on the course.
2016 is an exciting time for Boys Hope Girls Hope as we congratulate our three graduates!
A note from Noe:
Deciding to move away from home was one of the hardest decisions I’ve ever made.
The crossroads arrived during my eighth grade year, when I decided to live in a residential program called Boys Hope Girls Hope. My middle school counselor suggested I join the program after countless meetings. At first I was hesitant, but I realize that accepting the offer was the best decision of my life.
It was hard living away from family and friends but I soon realized the Boys Hope Girls Hope experience was worth it after being accepted to Calvert Hall College High School, an all-boys school. Just when I thought things couldn’t get better, I received a scholarship from Calvert Hall through academic excellence and leadership abilities. Not only was I doing well in school, I also was growing outside of school and improving my public speaking skills by talking in front of hundreds of industry leaders at fundraising events for Boys Hope. It was the happiest I have ever felt, because I realized how far I had come as a person and a student.
Maybe I did grow up poor in wealth but not the desire to learn. My background didn’t stop me from working hard in school and sharing my story and my experiences at Boys Hope with others. I’m not only working for myself, I’m working for my family as well. I have a unique background and I’m not shy about it. I want others to realize that you don’t need money or, have an ideal background to do great things.
I’m excited about attending Dickinson College this fall, because it’s another new challenge. I have completed everything from leaving home to attending a great high school, but I’m missing a college education. No one in my family has gone to college and I want to be the first to graduate. This accomplishment would mean a lot to my family and friends back at home because I’m sharing this experience with them. I feel like they can live this opportunity through me, and I will do everything within my power not to let them down, to maximize my college years and to continue to help others along the way.