Forty-seven percent of Baltimore’s households aren’t bringing in enough income to afford basic household necessities like food, transportation, housing, health care, child care and tax bills, according to a new report from the United Way of Central Maryland.
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The leader of the local chapter of the United Way is stepping down.
Last week, United Way of Central Maryland’s affinity group, Women United, hosted its 2nd annual Women’s Forum at the American Visionary Arts Museum. Celebrating the “power of women,” this group calls on the community to create a force for change through volunteering, advocacy, networking and educational events.