My latest column in The Sun is another about Living Classrooms, and I’ll tell you why: Until recently, I considered myself to be among the many Baltimoreans who think of Living Classrooms as “field trips on boats for kids on the Chesapeake.” But it’s turned into a lot more than that over the last 36 years. I really did not appreciate what Living Classrooms does for thousands of struggling Baltimoreans — it’s kind of overwhelming, really — and how the scope of the foundation, with a $16 million annual budget, has grown.
You’ve probably driven by the UA House at Fayette. Ever wonder what goes on inside? Today’s column explains.
And here’s a recent piece about Living Classrooms’ Project SERVE.
More to come.
More to come