CHAI and JMM Are Strengthening Baltimore City Neighborhoods

On the latest episode of In Perspective, Beth H. Goldsmith, Associated’s Chair of the Board, sat down with a panel of experts to discuss current and future projects that will strengthen the neighborhoods of Central Park Heights, Pimlico and Jonestown. 

As part of the episode, Beth went on a tour through Baltimore City neighborhoods with executives from Associated agencies CHAI and the Jewish Museum of Maryland (JMM). 

Lisa Budlow, CEO of CHAI, showcased the work CHAI is doing in Central Park Heights while also highlighting the upcoming Woodland Gardens project, a pair of residential buildings with the focus of creating a vibrant intergenerational community in the heart of the neighborhood. 

Over in Jonestown, credited as the historical center of Jewish life in Baltimore city, Sol Davis, Executive Director of the JMM, shared the breadth JMM’s Jonestown campus and how it is working with neighborhood partners and city schools to bolster its local community and provide educational resources to professionals.

In Perspective is a series of briefings that showcases how The Associated network supports the Baltimore Jewish community, highlighting the strength and resilience of our centralized system of nonprofits. It underscores the lifesaving and life-affirming work supported by our Annual Campaign.

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