Committed to the Cause
Coming together from a wide variety of backgrounds and experiences, our diverse group of community partners are the backbone of Broadway East Community & CDC. Their ideas help shape the direction and mission of our organization as it continues to develop. Read on to learn more about some of our incredible partners.

Councilman Robert Stokes

(12th District of Baltimore City)

A lifelong resident of East Baltimore. A graduate of Paul Laurence Dunbar Senior High School, he briefly attended Morgan State University to pursue a degree in Business Administration and Computer Science. Robert is humbled by the honor to serve all residents of the 12th District and will always live up to his campaign promise, “I work for you!

Councilman Antonio Glover

(13th District of Baltimore City)

A lifelong resident of East Baltimore. Tony attended Baltimore City Public Schools and briefly Sojourner-Douglass College, where he studied Business Administration. At an early age, Tony learned the importance of helping and giving back to his community. From 2014 until his inauguration as councilman, Tony worked as a community liaison and crime control and prevention coordinator under the leadership of State’s Attorney.

Darley Park Community

Darley Park is a small neighborhood in East Baltimore bordering Clifton Park.

South Clifton Park Community

South Clifton Park in East Baltimore borders one of the city’s largest public parks, Clifton Park. The park and newly renovated community center offers neighbors and the surrounding community a golf course, baseball fields, tennis courts and a public pool.

Oliver Community

Oliver is a revitalizing neighborhood in East Baltimore offering affordable rowhomes. Newly-renovated homes are drawing new residents and investment. The neighborhood is close to the Johns Hopkins medical campus and offers an affordable place to live near work.

Midway CDC

A community development corporation focused on economic revitalization in East Baltimore. Created out of a desire for change, we began operations in September 2020 and immediately set out to strengthen the social infrastructure that would support development efforts without displacing current residents.

Baltimore Technology Hub

A community-based startup that specializes in providing supportive technology resource services, educational hands on access and training in emerging technologies that upskill & reskill people for jobs of the future, and help to increase digital literacy and community engagement in black and marginalized communities.

Blue Water Baltimore

Clean water. Strong communities. Blue Water Baltimore’s mission is to restore the quality of Baltimore’s rivers, streams and Harbor to foster a healthy environment, a strong economy and thriving communities.

Lilian M. Carroll School

The mission of the Lillie May Carroll Jackson School (LMCJS), a charter school in Baltimore city serving girls in grades 5-8, is to offer a supportive 21st-century learning environment for scholars to reach their maximum potential through rigorous academic course work, character development, and leadership opportunities

Berea Community

Berea in East Baltimore is comprised of historic rowhomes offering residents a choice between large, grassy yards and low-maintenance, paved front areas. The majority of the neighborhood includes well-manicured lawns, tidy porches and abundant flower gardens. Residents enjoy a strong sense of community, engaged neighbors and easy access to major commuter routes.

Baltimore City Department of Planning

The Department of Planning is the City agency entrusted with guiding the physical development of the City of Baltimore. The Department staffs three Mayoral-appointed City commissions: Planning Commission Commission for Historical & Architectural Preservation (CHAP) Sustainability Commission

Baltimore Tree Trust

Baltimore Tree Trust is building a local workforce to plant a greener, healthier city for our neighbors.

Care Community

C.A.R.E. Community Association, Inc. is a resident led 501(c)3 non-profit community organization located in East Baltimore. The acronym “C.A.R.E.” stands for Cleaning, Active, Restoring, Efforts. In 2004, residents started this community association for the preservation, protection, growth, and general well-being of the community and it’s members, establishing the best possible living conditions, and joining with other forces in a combined and cooperative effort to positively and effectively solve area problems.

The 6th Branch

The 6th Branch is a veteran-led community service organization based in Baltimore. Founded by a small group of veteran and civilian friends, we are a group for anyone, civilian or veteran, who believes change can happen when you are involved in positive actions and something larger than yourself. ​

Neighborhood Design Center

Neighborhood Design Center We support the growth of healthy, equitable neighborhoods through community-engaged design and planning services by providing the tools, expertise, and partnerships necessary to realize neighborhood visions, NDC support’s broad participation in the evolution of the built environment.

Unknown Studio

Unknown Studio is a landscape architecture and urban design practice with a deep belief in the power of the designed landscape to bring joy, wonder, beauty and improved quality of life to all. Through the craft of design and engaged collaboration we create new places and microclimates, tell stories, unearth memories and amplify the culture and ecology of the places in which we live.

Baltimore City Department of Forestry

Trees in the parks, on the sidewalks and in the medians are all cared for by Baltimore City Recreation and Parks’ Forestry Division. With over 125,000 street trees and the large inventory of park trees, the Forestry Division always has a busy day. Like any living and growing thing, trees require water, air, sunlight and a little TLC.


TreeBaltimore strives to increase the urban tree canopy through the establishment, management and preservation of trees. TreeBaltimore is a mayoral initiative led by the Baltimore City of Recreation and Parks in partnership with Blue Water Baltimore, Baltimore Tree Trust, Flowering Tree Trail and many other tree minded groups and individuals.

Division Street Landscaping

Division Street Landscaping company, provides formerly incarcerated individuals with the best chance of building a new life post-release by creating pipeline partnerships with a vast network of community stakeholders.

This Is Good Water

GOOD WATER comes from naturally pure spring water that originates in the mountains of PA. The water flows directly from the spring to the company’s state-of-the-art bottling facility at the base of the mountain. THIS IS GOOD WATER!