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Service Spotlight

  • Alex Bee
    Let’s hear it for this week’s Service Spotlight recipient, Alex Bee! As with many other members of our close family, Alex joined us for the first time at this year’s...
  • Allie Miller
    The #ServiceSpotlight is back, and this week we highlight superstar student/scholar and relentless community servant Allie Miller! In her capacity as Community Service Chair of the American Medical Association Medical Student Senate,...
  • Hunter Riley
    This week’s Service Spotlight is on Hunter Riley. In his capacity as former director of the Pat Tillman Foundation’s Tillman Military Scholars program, Hunter facilitated the relationships that would lead...
  • John DiSepio
    There’s always a lingering question before the start of each T6B service project…..do you think Tuna will show up? John DiSepio (AKA Tuna) is known for driving long distances, sometimes...

Help us provide Baltimore's Darley Park community with safe spaces for kids to play!

The 6th Branch is working in Baltimore's Darley Park community to transform vacant and unmanaged lots into safe and attractive spaces for kids to play, for families to recreate, and for neighbors to convene. We call this process Neighborscape. We see a tire swing hanging from every tree, and landscapes free of trash and other impediments to a kid running and tumbling through the grass. We see planter boxes full of brilliantly colorful flowers, freshly planted trees, and park benches. In the place of these vacant lots we see acres upon acres of safe, clean, active, vibrant community park space. Viable hubs of open community activity.

This project is underway, but still needs much support. We are hoping to utilize Giving Tuesday as a tool to support the community in their vision for a cleaner, safer neighborhood.