A Columbia-based produce business, Hungry Harvest, received $100,000 on ABC’s “Shark Tank,” a reality show in which “shark” tycoons invest in what they consider to be the most promising entrepreneurs.
Diverse cultural exchange is among the benefits of promise in the proposed Sister City relationship between Columbia and Cap Haitien in Haiti.
Two years ago, Kimberly Summy posted a comment on Facebook asking her friends and family to collect used cleats for the high school football players she works with at Anacostia High School in Washington, D.C. Summy, a certified athletic trainer, soon received an e-mail in response from Chuck Bollweg, co-owner of League Outfitters, a sports gear retail store based in North Laurel.
If you weren’t at the Columbia Town Center Sheraton on Saturday evening, Feb. 6, you missed a fun time as the Columbia Town Center Rotary Club put on its annual Valentine’s Gala.
Even after acute-care hospitalization and inpatient rehabilitation services, many adults with brain injury and brain disorders still have functional deficits that require ongoing rehabilitation.
For years, some funders and nonprofits have held to the belief that an organization with low overhead was an efficiently run, solid organization.
In his proclamation declaring January 2015 National Mentoring Month, President Barack Obama said, “In a nation of limitless possibility, every child deserves the chance to unlock his or her potential.
Memory Café Coming to Anne Arundel County A partnership between Anne Arundel County’s Department of Aging and Disabilities and the Alzheimer’s Association of Greater Maryland...
Howard and Anne Arundel counties are places where people want to live. The question is: Can they afford to even consider it?
The words “philanthropy” and “sustainable investing” often are uttered in the same sentence.