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The Henry and Ruth Blaustein Rosenberg Foundation provides support primarily in the Baltimore region. Program areas are arts and culture, youth development, health, and adult self-sufficiency.

Arts and Culture 
The goal of this program is to enable cultural institutions in the Baltimore metropolitan area to reach underserved youth and to diversify audiences.

Recent grantees include:

Arts Education in Maryland Schools seeks to promote fine arts education for students in every grade in every school, as well as to encourage the integration of the arts substantively into all academic areas.

Through the Tuned-In program, the Peabody Institute offers high quality, tuition-free music instruction for talented, motivated and underserved Baltimore City public school students.

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Youth Development 
The goals of this program are to promote recreation, learning, and leadership development through after-school programs; prevent teen pregnancy; and advocate for policies and practices that improve outcomes for youth.

Recent grantees include:

Next One Up, Baltimore SquashWise and the Parks & People Foundation lacrosse league all use sports as a hook to engage young people in leadership development and academic enrichment.

Planned Parenthood of Maryland’s Making the Connection Program provides continuous, age-appropriate sexuality education throughout middle and high school. The program is designed to reduce the birth rate and risk of sexually transmitted infections among Baltimore City teens while increasing healthy behaviors and attitudes.

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The goal of this program is to promote quality treatment and supportive care at selected health institutions serving the Baltimore community. The Foundation does not accept unsolicited proposals for health research.

Recent grantees include:

HopeWell Cancer Support provides a free program of psychological and emotional support in which cancer patients can actively participate in their own recovery.

The American Heart Association's Community Cooking Centers empower people to cook at home by equipping them with the basic culinary skills and nutritional knowledge needed to prepare affordable family meals from fresh, local ingredients.

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Adult Self-Sufficiency 
The goals of this program are to promote adult literacy; provide job training; improve parenting skills, especially for parents of children under age three; and eliminate domestic violence.

Recent grantees include:

Through the Healthy Families program, Abilities Network works with new and expectant parents in Baltimore County to prevent child abuse and neglect through a comprehensive home-visiting program that focuses on positive parenting, health practices, child development activities, and family self sufficiency.

The South Baltimore Learning Center and Greater Homewood Community Corporation offer literacy and life skills training along with career preparation services to educationally disadvantaged adults in the Baltimore Area.

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Contact Us 
Henry A. Rosenberg, Jr.: President
Betsy F. Ringel: Executive Director
Lara A. Hall: Senior Program Officer
Michael J. Arnst: Program Associate


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