basketball gameBanner Neighborhoods is a community-based non-profit organization dedicated to supporting residents in their efforts to enhance the quality of life throughout East and Southeast Baltimore.

We offer a wide variety of programs designed to strengthen the community, ranging from youth activities, to senior home maintenance, to beautification projects.

We invite you to take a look for yourself.

Our Mission

Neighborhood Youth Empowerment leaders give presentation

The mission of Banner Neighborhoods is to promote resident-based leadership, neighborhood pride and stability, and provide direct services that contribute to the overall viability of parts of East and Southeast communities in Baltimore City.

About

Art Club!Banner Neighborhoods started in 1982 as a small neighborhood project helping senior homeowners on a fixed income maintain their homes and live independently in their neighborhood.

Over the years, Banner has grown to become an umbrella organization for the neighborhood associations within our boundaries. Responding to the changing needs in the neighborhood, we have added programs incrementally through the years and have developed strategic partnerships and collaborations that are consistent with our mission.

News

Now Hiring: Summer Youth Employment Manager

Summary In partnership with the Mayor’s YouthWorks program and nine non-profits in Southeast Baltimore, Banner Neighborhoods Community Corporation provides neighborhood youth with community-based work experience, job and life skills training and community engagement experience during the summer months to prepare for future employment. Banner’s Summer Employment Program is a part of the Southeast Youth Collaborative, …

We’re Hiring!

Supervisor Crew Leader Summary In partnership with the Mayor’s YouthWorks program and several non-profits in Southeast Baltimore, Banner Neighborhoods Community Corporation provides neighborhood youth with community-based work experience, job and life skills training and community engagement experience in the summer months to prepare them for future employment. Banner’s Summer Employment Program is a part of …

Jumpstart Success!

Jumpstart Success How to get hired (for teens)! Every Tuesday 4:30-6:00pm Enoch Pratt Library (Patterson Park branch) 158 N. Linwood Ave. Baltimore 21224 We connect teens with the professional and leadership skills needed to get hired. Guided by a comprehensive job training curriculum aligned with national standards, we will help you do whatever it takes …

Contact

Banner Neighborhoods
2911 Pulaski Highway
Baltimore MD 21224
410.585.8810

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