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  • 26 Aug 2019 9:06 AM | Cindy Kleback (Administrator)

    On Sunday, September 29, LPN member Nuestras Raices, Inc. is presenting a Parade of Latino Nations through Highlandtown. This is the first year for this event, and it's an exciting opportunity for Latinos to celebrate their culture and history during Hispanic Heritage Month!

    The LPN is a sponsor for this event, and as part of our sponsorship, 10 LPN members who are non-profits can participate in the parade and/or accompanying festival for FREE! These spots are available on a first come, first serve basis.

    For the festival, a table will be provided, but you must supply your own tent.

    If you are interested in participating through the LPN spots, please complete this Google form:  https://forms.gle/8UTuivrpBsoRutr16

    Once the 10 spots are filled, the LPN will confirm your organization's participation as part of the LPN sponsorship. Then you will be asked to submit a participant application to Nuestras Raices for their records.

    If you are not one of the first 10 LPN members to respond, you can still participate in the event by completing the participant application and sending it directly to Nuestras Raices.

    The Google Form will be closed when we have confirmed the 10 LPN organizations.


  • 06 Aug 2019 6:53 AM | Anonymous
    LPN member Centro SOL is helping children get ready for back to school by collecting backpacks and school supplies through August 23.  For a list of suggested supplies, visit https://www.jhcentrosol.org/blogposts/back-to-school-drive.


  • 06 Aug 2019 6:29 AM | Anonymous

    I am happy to announce that the new fiscal year has started, which means I can now enroll new families in the Highlandtown Family Stability Program.  Please share the attached flier with your clients and community contacts.

    The Highlandtown Family Stability Program provides emergency financial assistance and intensive case management to families who are in danger of losing their housing and/or having a utility turned off.  To be eligible for the Highlandtown Family Stability Program, families must have at least one child at one of the following elementary/middle schools: 

    ·          Highlandtown #215

    ·          Highlandtown #237

    ·          John Ruhrah

    ·          Tench Tilghman

    (To find out about other Family Stability Programs that work with other schools, call 211.)

    Families who apply for the Highlandtown Family Stability Program must:

    ·          Be able to show they are at immediate risk of losing their housing or having a utility turned off (ex: eviction notice, landlord letter, utility bill, etc.)

    ·          Have enough income to be able to pay their housing bills after receiving a one-time financial assistance.  All types of income are counted.  Families with no income will not be eligible. 

    ·          Be interested in working on longer-term financial stability goals, and be willing to meet regularly with the case manager (me) to work on these goals for a minimum of 6 months.

    There is also a pre-screening form that you can use to determine whether someone is likely to be eligible for the Highlandtown Family Stabiltiy Program.  Using this form is optional and meant to be helpful.  It is always okay to refer a family and have me do all the screening.

    There are no requirements regarding IDs or immigration status.  In fact, I highly encourage you to refer clients who have trouble seeking assistance from other agencies due to these types of barriers.  I speak Spanish and can work with clients who speak other languages using phone interpretation services.

    You can refer a family to my program by calling or emailing me, or encouraging families to contact me directly.  My phone number is 443-208-7401 and my email is kate@southeastcdc.org

    Thank you,

    Kate Jakuta
    Family Stability Case Manager
    Southeast Community Development Corporation
    3323 Eastern Avenue, Suite 200
    Baltimore, Maryland 21224
    Email: kate@southeastcdc.org
    Phone: 443-208-7401

  • 15 Jul 2019 4:16 PM | Cindy Kleback (Administrator)

    Do you know someone who is doing great work with Baltimore’s Latino community? An amazing advocate, a dedicated volunteer, an exceptional service provider? Nominate them for an LPN Community Service Award!

    The LPN Community Service Awards are presented annually to individuals who provide meaningful service to the Latino community in the Baltimore metropolitan area. Nominations are solicited from both the membership organizations and the Board of the LPN. 

    Nominations should be submitted online via this Google form:  https://forms.gle/Zf4nCNmdFEAypA6X7.

    The deadline for submitting nominations is Friday, August 16!

  • 01 Feb 2019 3:08 PM | Cindy Kleback (Administrator)

    The 11th Annual LPN Feria Latina will be on Saturday, May 4 at Sacred Heart of Jesus Church/Archbishop Borders School.  To participate in the LPN Feria Latina, please complete a Vendor Participation Form and email it to contact@lpnmd.org by Sunday, March 31, 2019.  We also have sponsorship opportunities available; the deadline for sponsors is Friday, March 15, 2019.  You can find all the details and the forms needed here!  

  • 08 Nov 2018 7:49 PM | Cindy Kleback (Administrator)

    We're looking for presenters for our 2019 LPN resource meetings.  We typically book 2 presentations per month.  Please be aware that presentations last approximately 10-12 minutes, including time for Q&A.  We want to be sure to leave time for networking at the end of each meeting, so we have to adhere to a time limit for presentations.

    If you are interested in presenting, please complete this Google form: https://goo.gl/forms/7TbobXRxgO65f9nN2

  • 23 Jul 2018 4:12 PM | Cindy Kleback (Administrator)

    Do you know someone who is doing great work with Baltimore’s Latino community? An amazing advocate, a dedicated volunteer, an exceptional service provider? Nominate them for an LPN Community Service Award!

    The LPN Community Service Awards are presented annually to individuals who provide meaningful service to the Latino community in the Baltimore metropolitan area. Nominations are solicited from both the membership organizations and the Board of the LPN. 

    Nominations are being accepted now!!! The deadline is Friday August 17. The awards will be presented at LPN’s Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration on Monday September 24th.

    Fill out a nomination form online today!

  • 26 Nov 2017 4:00 PM | Cindy Kleback (Administrator)

    Are you interested in sharing the good things your organization is doing in the Latino community?  Then we are looking for you!  We are currently booking presenters for our 2018 monthly resource meetings.  Complete this Google form to secure a presentation spot today: 

    https://goo.gl/forms/albWnifpw30qcKFi1


  • 15 Oct 2017 2:20 PM | Cindy Kleback (Administrator)


    Congratulations to LPN Board President David Rosario on his selection as a 2017 Top MBE winner!

    The Capital Region Minority Supplier Development Council announced that David Rosario, Owner of the David Rosario State Farm insurance Agency was named a 2017 Top 100 MBE® winner. This award recognizes owners of minority business enterprises in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia who have demonstrated exceptional entrepreneurial accomplishments, a high level of professionalism, and have made substantial contributions to their community.

    The Top 100 MBE Awards® began in 2007 and evolved through a need to recognize and celebrate the creativity and innovation of regional MBEs who are role models and inspire the entire community.

    David Rosario said, “I'm honored to be recognized among some great MDE businesses. It is truly awesome to do the work you love to do and get an award for doing it. A wonderful feeling!  Our insurance office is well positioned to provide great customer service and education around managing risks. We not only offer the product, we take the time to educate and make sure our clients understand what is being covered."

    The Top 100 MBE Awards® will be presented at the CRMSDC’s 36th Annual Leaders and Legends Awards Ceremony, on November 2nd at the MGM National Harbor.



  • 26 Jun 2017 8:40 AM | Cindy Kleback (Administrator)

    We are now accepting nominations for our Annual Community Service Awards.  Do you know someone who is making a difference in the Latino community?  Then, nominate them today by completing this online nomination form: https://goo.gl/forms/6eGWt5F2X6j2grC23.  Deadline for nominations is Wednesday, August 16.  Awards will be presented at our Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration on Monday, September 25.

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