1505 Eutaw Place, Baltimore, MD 21217
Thank you to Memorial Episcopal Church and Nanny Jack.
The No Boundaries Coalition is a resident-led advocacy organization building a unified and empowered Central West Baltimore across the boundaries of race, class, and neighborhood.
BOND’s mission is to engage, mentor and develop Black single mothers to cultivate positive mother-daughter relationships, strengthen Black single-mother families, and increase their economic mobility 2 generations at a time.
Every single mother and daughter across the nation will have the skills and resources needed to uplift herself, her family, and her community to a place of economic, educational, and socio-emotional health and success.
Baltimore Music Box is a recording studio and musical instrument/equipment lending library that serves to cultivate creativity in Baltimore City by expanding access to the tools for making music. We aim to provide affordable workshops, classes, and studio time, as well as performances within Unity Hall, in an effort to establish the community center as a place for artistic activities. www.baltimoremusicbox.com
The Community Builders is a leading nonprofit real estate developer that owns or manages more than 11,000 quality apartments. Our business, infrastructure and community program investments help make neighborhoods work for people of all incomes.
CHARM: Voices of Baltimore Youth is a literary arts organization founded on the belief that kids’ voices matter. Our mission is to help young people develop as writers and amplify their own voices. The heart of CHARM is our student editorial board, consisting of 20 middle and high school students who lead CHARM publications and partnerships.
Arts Every Day serves as a strategic partner to the school district in advancing equitable access to the arts and implementing the 2018 Fine Arts Strategic Plan. The organization provides teacher professional development, arts integration technical assistance, and funding for student arts experiences, school-based public art projects, arts equipment, and supplies. The success of the work relies on the vibrant partnerships with district leaders, schools, educators, parents, students, artists, community and cultural organizations.
Founded in 1964 to develop affordable housing for low-income seniors, MAC has expanded its mission to help create anchors of stability and opportunity within our community. MAC is dedicated to enriching the lives of the residents of Linden Park and Central West Baltimore by supporting development which will promote learning, healthy living, meaningful social interaction, life planning, and neighborhood union.
The Board of the Baltimore Unity Hall, Inc. announces with great pleasure the appointment of Petula Caesar as the Founding Center Director of the Baltimore Unity Hall. Read the full announcement here.
Other community partners, including BOND, The Community Builders, Baltimore Music Box, and Single Carrot Theatre delivered presentations to the group. Read more here.
BUH, Inc. is a 501(c)3, tax-exempt Private Operating Foundation. Your donation is tax-deductible. We appreciate your support of our mission and community.
If you would like to mail your donation please make your checks payable to:
Baltimore Unity Hall, Inc.
1505 Eutaw Place
Baltimore, Maryland 21217
1505 Eutaw Place, Baltimore, MD 21217
The mission of the Baltimore Unity Hall, Inc. is to promote the economic development and social well-being of the underserved communities of Central West Baltimore. By building on the assets in the community and bringing neighbors together, the Unity Hall creates an inclusive culture and physical space through arts, culture, education and workforce development.
Baltimore Unity Hall, Inc. is a 501c3, charitable, non-profit organization that provides program and office space for community-based individuals and organizations, art studios, co-working spaces, a commercial kitchen, an auditorium, and job training facilities. It was established in 2020 in response to the needs identified by community nonprofits, public servants, developers, and neighbors to address the systemic redlining and disinvestment that has challenged the Central West Baltimore community for decades.
The Baltimore Unity Hall is a venue for community meetings and events, art exhibits, music performances, community theater, and other cultural events, as well as program spaces for education, outreach services, and workforce development.