There’s also a lot more in the pipeline. For instance, in December of 2015, the Central Baltimore Partnership received $715,000 in Community Legacy and BRNI (Baltimore Regional Neighborhoods Initiative) funding from the State of Maryland’s Department of Housing and Community Development. This funding that will go to large scale building projects undertaken by CBP Partners.
In January of 2016, CBP announced another round of its HCPI Community Spruce-Up Grant Program. Last year, grants from this program, administered by CBP (which are for small neighborhood projects) awarded a total of $169,302 dollars, courtesy of the program’s sponsors: Johns Hopkins University and the State of Maryland’s Department of Housing and Community Development (through BRNI) .