Donations accepted through June 15, when next deliveries will take place
BALTIMORE (May 26, 2015) – Last week, UPS and United Way of Central Maryland joined forces to “Deliver Hope” to five locations in Baltimore City affected by last month’s unrest, including the Matthew Henson Elementary School (pictured). More than 40 companies, at 90 sites across central Maryland, continue to collect needed items for babies, families and seniors. The next UPS pick-up is June 15. For more details about what and where to donate, visit http://www.uwcm.org/deliverhope.
About United Way of Central Maryland
For nearly 90 years, United Way of Central Maryland (UWCM) has been the region’s human service leader, encouraging all central Marylanders to give, advocate and volunteer. Its mission is to mobilize the community to improve people’s lives. UWCM is dedicated to helping individuals and families facing poverty meet their basic needs, stabilize and achieve self-sufficient lives. By drawing upon local knowledge, data and expertise to understand the community’s needs, UWCM is able to identify where gaps exist and concentrate on what works in addressing them – serving as a powerful advocate on critical health and human issues. UWCM supports programs and initiatives in the city of Baltimore and Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Harford and Howard counties. For more information, visit www.uwcm.org.