Join the Battle Against Food Insecurity in Baltimore
Communities in Baltimore and across the country are struggling. Families are hungry. Children are bullied because they are different. And there is a very real education crisis facing far too many kids living in underserved neighborhoods.
The Bradley and Nikki Bozeman Foundation has launched a collaborative charitable initiative with the Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation, Boys and Girls Clubs, and City of Baltimore Police Department to provide meaningful food and academic support to children living in Baltimore’s disadvantaged communities. The SYNC™ Snack Program pairs kid-friendly snacks with critical academic and instructional resource materials and delivers them weekly to metro area Boys and Girls Club locations and daily to children living in underserved communities. Snacks are accompanied by educational resources, delivered through QR codes on the snack box that provide digital access to the Ripken Playbook, Boys and Girls Club character, leadership, and healthy lifestyle programming, and the Bozeman Foundation’s online library of anti-bullying, diversity, and inclusion video messaging.
We cannot do this alone. Please consider making a tax-deductible charitable donation to Support your Neighbors and Communities in need.