You Make a Difference
When you donate to a cause or program that is near and dear to you, you can be confident that your gift has an impact which changes and saves lives. The stories of people who have directly benefitted from our donors' generosity represent just a few of many individuals who got the help they needed to thrive, thanks to donors like you.
Your gift to the Bon Secours Baltimore Foundation can be directed to a specific program, facility or community outreach service for more direct impact, ensuring everyone has access to the specialized assistance and resources they need. You can even make your gift in honor of someone special or in memory of a loved one who has passed.
Chanie Carlton is inspired to give to Bon Secours Baltimore Foundation because she sees the good works that result from giving. She hears how people's position in life is improved because of the help they receive. She sees the changes in West Baltimore because of how donations are used by Bon Secours to invest in the community.
Your gifts to Bon Secours Community Works’ Returning Citizens Program helped William Dempsey overcome challenges after incarceration. Now he’s a facilitator and motivational speaker in the program, helping others lead a successful life after prison.
Meet the Gardener Family
Marisa Gardener and Anthony Gray want the best opportunities for their sons to succeed. Thanks to your donations, they’re getting valuable resources like Early Head Start and the Family Support Center through Bon Secours Community Works.
Donovan is a star student in Bon Secours’ Clean & Green program, a workforce development initiative that landscapes vacant lots in West Baltimore and provides environmental education.
Kay Frances Miller faced homelessness after her husband passed away. Thanks to support from Bon Secours Community Works, Kay found an apartment she could afford in her West Baltimore neighborhood.
Theresa Roary loves living in Benet House, one of Bon Secours Community Works’ affordable housing complexes for seniors and people with disabilities.