Empowering Your Organization and Attendees to Invest in Baltimore Through Your Conference

If payment is made by check, the 5% credit card processing fee will be waived, and 95% of your donation will benefit the nonprofits selected.

These are local Baltimore nonprofits that could potentially receive funding from Convention attendees, investing money back into the city!

Living Classrooms

Living Classrooms provides access to more equitable education, workforce development, community safety, and health and wellness opportunities that enable individuals to achieve their aspirations and build safer, stronger, and healthier communities for all. For over three decades, we have collaborated with community members in Baltimore and Washington, DC to create diverse programs that are community-driven, research-based, and ultimately designed to disrupt the ecosystem of poverty that can be directly traced to historic and contemporary racial, social, and economic disparities. Our programs and best practices value the priorities and aspirations of community members and deliver both opportunity and results.

Art with a Heart

Art with a Heart provides hands-on, interactive, and educational visual arts classes in schools, community centers, group homes, shelters, permanent housing facilities, veteran’s facilities, hospitals, senior facilities, and more. Art with a Heart works to harness the benefits of arts education to cultivate positive, long-lasting changes in the lives of its students and participants, who range in age from four to 104 years old. An ESSA-approved provider, Art with a Heart provides the teachers, assistants, all necessary materials, and innovative and culturally responsive curricula to engage participants in consistent and comprehensive visual art programming.

Project Play Baltimore

Project Play develops, applies and shares knowledge that helps stakeholders build healthy communities through sports. We produce exclusive reports that take measure of the state of play from the national to community levels. We create research, insights and tools that sport providers use to improve the delivery of youth programs. Then each year, we pump new ideas into the bloodstream and push the movement forward at the Project Play Summit, the nation’s premier annual event for leaders at the intersection of youth, sport and health.

Blue Water Baltimore

Blue Water Baltimore’s mission is to restore the quality of Baltimore’s rivers, streams and Harbor to foster a healthy environment, a strong economy and thriving communities. For too long, Baltimore’s waterways have been plagued by trash, toxins, sewage, and polluted stormwater. These problems do more than harm our environment; they threaten the health and well-being of our residents, communities, and local businesses. We work to change this. Blue Water Baltimore takes a holistic approach to making safe, clean water a reality in Baltimore.

Helping Up Mission

Helping Up Mission provides hope to men fighting addiction and homelessness through Christ-centered, scientifically sound recovery programs and services. These comprehensively address physical, psychological, social and spiritual needs over a period of at least one year.

House of Ruth Maryland

House of Ruth Maryland leads the fight to end violence against women and their children by confronting the attitudes, behaviors and systems that perpetuate it, and by providing victims with the services necessary to rebuild their lives safely and free of fear.

Maryland LGBT Foundation

The Maryland LGBT Foundation generates resources and works in partnership with the Maryland LGBT Chamber of Commerce to activate, educate, and mobilize the LGBTQ+ community to access opportunity and wealth generation. The Maryland LGBT Foundation believes in the economic empowerment of all LGBTQ+ people within our state.








What are the Admin & Operational Costs?
Admin and operational costs include Credit Card Fees,
Receipting, System Maintenance, Web Hosting, Grant Administration,
Project Vetting, Merchant costs, Administrative Support, etc.
How are the Funds Managed?
Legacy Collective has established a Donor Advised Fund with Pure Charity (a nonprofit organization) that will assist in the financial accountability, grant administration, and financial reporting.  All Legacy Collective members will have visibility to the disbursement of grants and special project funds via their Member Dashboard, and Legacy Collective will produce an Annual Report reporting financial activity.



Legacy Collective is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Our tax identification number is 87-1730864. You can find us on Guidestar here

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