This year, #GivingTuesday is December 2. It's a call for people to give back by supporting a nonprofit and creating a movement for giving. This year, help EBLO give WARMTH! It’s hard to learn when you are cold, and the kids in our Mi Segunda Casa after-school and Escuela Sabatina (Saturday School) programs are in need of some warm coats.
HELP US REACH OUR GOAL of $2000 TO PURCHASE WARM COATS FOR EBLO STUDENTS AND OTHER KIDS IN THEIR SCHOOLS!
Education Based Latino Outreach (EBLO) was established in 1980 to empower Latinos in our communities to achieve their fullest potential through educational and cultural initiatives.
The Vision: "2014 marks the 34th anniversary of Education Based Latino Outreach (EBLO). In 1980 a small inspired group of community activists came together under the leadership of the late Jose Ruiz with the goal of finding a way to help the children of first generation Hispanics in Baltimore to reach their full educational potential. All of us who came together had experienced the reality of what it meant to receive a quality education. Some of the initial committee members had experienced discrimination as they struggled in schools that were completely unprepared to reach out to children with limited English proficiency (LEP). The stories of that initial founding group are only slightly different from the experience of the children that EBLO serves today. For more click here...
The EBLO Family
Board of Directors
Michael Carnahan, President Pamela Bohrer Brown, Vice President Adriana Rojas, Treasurer Josepha Miles, Secretary Nicole Russell Jill Basye-Featherston Samuel Rodriguez Loreene de Jesus Frederik L. Riefkohl-Maldonado
Claire Hollister, Co-Founder Guillermo Brown Stephen Garthe Ford Krivanivc Kathleen Mohr Tito Santana Gary Elter Justin White Yajaira Briganty Kelly Hardy Lisa Cuevas Santiago Solis Crysto Rey Jesuit Students
Jose Ruiz Community Center 606 South Ann Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21231 Telephone: (410) 563-3160, Fax: (410) 563-0097 Website management: SamRodriguez@msn.com Copyright 1980-2014 by EBLO.ORG