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Abbreviated application period, ending on Aug. 31, will give special consideration to racial and social justice-centric nonprofits
Organizations can apply for up to $100,000 each to supplement lost revenue and maintain operations
Organizers say they're looking into alternative ways to celebrate Pride while socially distancing amid COVID-19 pandemic
Brother, Help Thyself, the organization that provides financial support to LGBTQ and HIV/AIDS nonprofits in the Baltimore-D.C. region, presented $71,500 to 26 nonprofits at its...
$75,000 in grants to be awarded to 32 area organizations honoring their work in the LGBTQ and HIV communities
Brother, Help Thyself has begun accepting applications for grants and other awards, and will continue to accept them until 11:59 p.m. on Aug. 31. Each...
Workshops will be offered in Baltimore on June 4 and D.C. on June 7
American Leatherwoman Jackie Thompson announced the landmark donation last week in honor of her late brother
Brother, Help Thyself has given out $75,000 to local nonprofits while also honoring them for the role they play in a time when government grants...
Conservatives argue that they are being unfairly labeled as hate groups based upon genuine political disagreements
Final applications for BHT grant money must be submitted by June 30
Mary's House and Black, Gifted and Whole among the top grant awardees
Brother, Help Thyself (BHT), the community organization providing financial support to local D.C. and Baltimore-area nonprofits, has announced it will hold its annual grants and...
Brother, Help Thyself (BHT), the local organization that provides financial support to D.C. and Baltimore-area nonprofits dealing with the LGBT community or HIV/AIDS, is now...
$75,000 in grants given to 23 organizations at Baltimore ceremony