RISE MEETING MARCH 2nd, 2020
RISE Prep for Saint Margaret’s Grants
RISE members Prep for Saint Margaret’s Grants and talked about plans for the upcoming food pantry and food distribution event at Christ the King church, among several other issues discussed.
RISE MEETING FEBRUARY 10th 2020
RISE Members met on Monday February 10th 2020 to discuss new and ongoing Projects such as the Reading Project, CCBC Program, Nursery provider back-up, MD Food Bank, Magic Monday Summer Program, Advocacy with ERICA on Legislation, Connection with the congregation/community. The group also discussed possible Grants/Financing from St. Margaret’s Grant, Circle Fellowship connection, among many other issues discussed. Two representatives from St. Margaret’s Church (Alice and Elizabeth), were guest visiting that evening to witness and hear first-hand about RISE programs in support of immigrants and refugees and to provide valuable insight about the St Margaret’s grants program, as RISE undertakes the next steps towards the grants process.
RISE MEETING HELD ON MONDAY JANUARY 12th, 2020.
RISE volunteers discussed plans for providing food to immigrants and refugees in the community
RISE MEETING HELD ON SEPTEMBER 23RD, 2019
RISE Members met on September 23rd, 2019 to discuss and to find ways to accommodate the influx of students registered for the CCBC English classes and to find day care facilities for their children.
RISE MEETING HELD ON AUGUST 26TH 2019.
RISE MEETING HELD ON JULY 29TH 2019.
FOLLOW-UP ON THE SUCCESS OF MAGIC MONDAY, PLANS FOR CCBC CLASSES TO RESUME, (HOMEWORK CLUB), CHADWICK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL -BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT, AND MUCH MORE
MAGIC MONDAY HAPPENING ALL SUMMER IS ALL ABOUT A FUN-FILLED SUMMER FOR KIDS FROM ALL BACKGROUNDS.
From creative arts to games and flying parachutes, Magic Monday offers kids an incredible opportunity this summer to find a safe, peaceful and creative environment to relax, hone skills, explore their creativity, have fun, interact and make new friends. Bring your kids and have fun, don’t miss out Magic Mondays that start at 6:30 PM all through this summer
RISE MEETING 06/17/2019. Focusing on Magic Monday Program
RISE Members met on 06/03/2019
and discussed amongst other issues, the Immigration Summit, CCBC and Magical Monday.
RISE Members attended the 9th Baltimore Immigration Summit at Coppin State University. May 31st, 2019.
The theme of this year’s Summit is “Restoring Hope through Solidarity,” which captures the critical nature of collaboration with and on behalf of New Americans. Additionally, this year’s theme resists the recent hateful rhetoric coming from the national stage and celebrates the ongoing good work of New Americans and their advocates in Baltimore. The event is sponsored by the Mayor’s Office of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs, the Jewish Museum of Maryland, Towson University and The Associated.
RISE Meeting on 05/6/2019 – (Guest Speaker -Leah Hayes), speaks to RISE Members
RISE Joins ESOL AT WOODLAWN HIGH SCHOOL TO CELEBRATE ‘WORLD DAY FOR CULTURAL DIVERSITY’. Monday, April 29th, 2019.
RISE Meeting on 04/8/2019 – (RISE Members discussed ESOL Classes, Baltimore Immigration Summit and Lots More).
Bishop’s visit to RISE on February 24th, 2019
RISE Welcomes the Right Reverend Eugene Sutton, Bishop, on Sunday, February 24th, 2019.
RISE Meeting And Guest Speaker Amy Tenney on Music, Therapy for vulnerable Immigrants September 10th 2018
Thank you Bishop Chilton Knudsen for visiting RISE today and getting to know our burgeoning work to help Immigrants and Refugees. July 29th, 2018.
RISE Training, July 23rd, 2018
April 16th 2018
RISE Communication Training in April
October 1st 2017
RISE was host to FIRN’s Community Outreach Coordinator Sylvia Maldonado
Drawn from her experiences at FIRN Sylvia Maldonado brought great insight into many of the issues RISE cares about and which are also issues that FIRN has worked on for decades: – these include Immigration Counseling, immigration legal services, social service referrals for immigrants etc.
RISE furnishes its new office
Thanks to the generous support of individuals in the community (we will acknowledge soon), RISE receives donated furniture to kick-start it’s important mission of supporting immigrants and refugee population in Baltimore.
Meet the people at RISE
RISE Volunteers come from diverse backgrounds
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