We know it can happen. We see progress every day.
Open Society Institute-Baltimore was created in 1998 to find answers to problems that have challenged numerous urban centers, with the idea that many of the solutions found here could be transferable to other places around the country.
We use a broad set of tools—grantmaking, education, advocacy, technical assistance, and investment—to take promising solutions to scale. Together with community partners and policy makers, we are witnessing significant progress in areas that were considered unsolvable. Right now, a more equitable future for all is developing before us.
To see our 2013 highlights, grants, and donors, download the 2013 Grants and Donors List.