2015 Gift Guide: Do-Gooders List

Just a few of the many local nonprofits you can donate to this holiday season

Baltimore Algebra Project Democratic, student-run program that provides one-on-one math tutoring for middle and high school students—and gives them a voice in protecting their rights, such as an adequately funded education. 235 Holliday St., baltimorealgebraproject.org

Baltimore Free Farm A collective that provides space for individual gardens and collects and gives away produce, dry goods, and bread from grocers that would otherwise be thrown away. 3510 Ash St., (410) 575-4233, baltimorefreefarm.org

Chesapeake Bay Foundation An independent conservation organization that uses education, advocacy, litigation, and restoration in an effort to improve the health of the Chesapeake Bay. Philip Merrill Environmental Center, 6 Herndon Ave., Annapolis, (888) 728-3229, cbf.org

DRU/Mondawmin Healthy Families Inc. Provides support to families with pregnant women and young children through home visits, resources, and educational opportunities. 2100 Eutaw Place, (410) 225-3555, drumhealthyfamilies.com

Elev8 Baltimore Helps kids in East Baltimore in grades 5-8 through school-based health services and summer and after-school learning programs. 1701 N. Gay St., (410) 381-7171, elev8baltimore.org

Health Care for the Homeless Inc. Provides case management, mental health services, dental care, and primary medical-care services to homeless people in Baltimore. 421 Fallsway, (410) 837-5533, hchmd.org

Jubilee Arts Provides arts classes, including dance, pottery, and community art, to the residents of Sandtown-Winchester, Upton, and surrounding neighborhoods. 1947 Pennsylvania Ave., (410) 728-1199, jubileeartsbaltimore.org

Moveable Feast Provides nutritious, home-delivered meals, nutritional counseling, medical transportation, and a culinary training program for people with life-threatening or “life-challenging” conditions, such as HIV/AIDS or breast cancer. P.O. Box 2298, Baltimore, (410) 327-3420, mfeast.org

No Boundaries Coalition A resident-led advocacy group that organizes around such issues as public safety, police accountability, and food access. noboundariescoalition.com

Power Inside Works to serve women who are survivors of gender-based violence and oppression by providing harm-reduction interventions to women at risk, including those in jails and prisons and those on the street. 325 E. 25th St., (410) 889-8333, powerinside.org

TurnAround Inc. Provides counseling and support services to victims of rape, incest, and domestic violence. 410 Washington Ave., Suite 300, Towson, (410) 377-8111, turnaroundinc.org

Wide Angle Youth Media Provides youth with media education to create photography, films, and graphic design about their communities through after-school programs, in-school opportunities, and summer workshops. 2601 N. Howard St., Suite 160, (443) 759-6700, wideanglemedia.org

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