The United Way of Central Maryland is a non-profit organization that works to improve the lives of residents in the Baltimore metropolitan area and surrounding counties. Through their efforts, they promote equity and increase access to education, health, employment, and housing. The organization is supported by members of the Tocqueville Society, a growing network of philanthropists who partner with the United Way of Central Maryland to make a difference in their communities. The Central Maryland Area Health Education Center (CMAHEC) is a 501 (c), 3 organization that works to increase health equity by educating and strengthening health workers.
This is one of three AHECs in the Maryland area and one of more than 250 AHECs in the United States. The United Way of Central Maryland also provides workforce development programs to help people acquire the skills they need to achieve stable employment. The Community Services Association (ACS) is a dynamic 501 (c) (non-profit) organization comprised of Howard County member organizations and individuals who provide services to residents of Howard County.The United Way of Central Maryland has signed a letter with 35 other Maryland organizations appealing to MDOT Sec. Ports to use federal DOT guidelines to invest bipartisan infrastructure funds.
This shows their commitment to improving the lives of residents in the Baltimore metropolitan area and surrounding counties.