Financial Workshops

By: Lukah Love At Fusion Partnerships, one of our most important - if lesser known - ambitions is capacity building. Whereas many fiscal sponsors operate semi-independently from their sponsored programs, we here at Fusion want our partners to have the knowledge and the skills to take part in all aspects of our - and their … Continue reading Financial Workshops

Experiment You

By Shan Gordon       Our schools constantly test our students to measure their achievement. But if we want to improve student achievement, it is time for students to test their schools.       Are classrooms too hot or too cold? Are pest and mold problems causing asthma attacks and absences? Are students getting enough exercise and … Continue reading Experiment You

The Grassroots Approach of Community inFusion Small Grants Program in 14 steps!

Grassroots Grantmaking + Fusion = Community inFusion      Approaching East Baltimore, you cannot help but notice among blocks and blocks of rowhomes the tall gleaming buildings of Johns Hopkins or as some community residents have dubed it "Vatican City."  Then suddenly, within the shadows cast by these large ever-expanding structures you stumble across large … Continue reading The Grassroots Approach of Community inFusion Small Grants Program in 14 steps!

A Harm Reduction Approach to Drug Policy

by By Mark and Julia Sine of the Baltimore Student Harm Reduction Coalition   The term “harm reduction” is being dropped more and more frequently in discussion around drug use and public health in general. What is harm reduction? In its driest form, it is a set of practical, non-judgmental strategies to mitigate risk and prevent … Continue reading A Harm Reduction Approach to Drug Policy

Announcing new Community inFusion Small Grants Program!

Fusion is proud to announce the Community inFusion Small Grants Program’s second call for grant applications! Deadline: Monday, Oct 17, 2016 5pm In 2001 nearly 700 families were displaced from their homes in East Baltimore to make way for the building of an 88-acre technology park. In an effort to help restore residential power in … Continue reading Announcing new Community inFusion Small Grants Program!

Fusion Partner The Feminist Art Project-Baltimore has been hard at work redefining their scope of work as they evolve and we couldn't be more excited about their direction! Their new mission states "The Feminist Art Project - Baltimore (TFAPB) is a grassroots, nomadic, non-profit arts incubator that supports and promotes self-identified women in the arts." TFAP-B now … Continue reading

The anger is legitimate

We're all feeling the heartache this city is showing in one way or another. While Fusion's grassroots agents of social change are no stranger to the suffering that many members of Baltimore's disenfranchised communities have endured for generations, we're still not immune to the consequences brought on through the history of systemic injustice here. As … Continue reading The anger is legitimate

Baltimore Free School to host new Strength To Love Project class!

Fusion partner The Baltimore Free School is excite to announce the new Strength To Love Project course running through March of 2015.  The Strength To Love Project, consists of individuals (esp creatives) getting together to discuss social justice issues and engage in creative expression around the theme "Strength To Love". The film Selma, Dr. King's third … Continue reading Baltimore Free School to host new Strength To Love Project class!