There are many ways to support Baltimore Curriculum Project’s (BCP) students and families during the holiday season. Your support can make a meaningful difference in the lives of our students and their families.

If you’re interested in helping, here’s how you can get involved:

Food Giveaway: You can contribute non-perishable food items or organize a food drive in your community. Contact your school’s community coordinator to coordinate the collection and distribution. See below for each BCP Community Coordinator contact information.

Hygiene Care Packages: Collect hygiene items like deodorant, soap, shampoo, feminine products, toothbrushes, and more. These items can be especially beneficial to older students. Ensure the items are new and unused before donating.

Holiday Gift Giveaway Sponsorship: Sign up to sponsor a family through the Baltimore Family Alliance’s (BFA) Adopt-A-Family program. This involves providing gifts and items for a specific family to make their holiday season special. 

BFA’s annual program supports BCP’s Govans Elementary, Frederick Elementary, and Wolfe Street Academy. Read more about BFA’s partnership with BCP.

Holiday Gift Giveaway Volunteers: Assist BCP schools (listed above) in receiving gifts from donors through BFA’s Adopt-A-Family program. Volunteers organize and distribute gifts to families and are essential to making this process run smoothly.

Winter Gear Collection: Collect and donate winter gear such as hats, gloves, and coats to help families prepare for the upcoming winter months. New or gently used items can make a significant difference.

Monetary Donations: Consider making monetary donations to provide general support to the BCP and our six neighborhood charter schools. Donors can identify a specific school and need you want funds to be used for. 

To get involved or for more information, reach out to a BCP school’s community coordinator. They can provide details on the specific needs of the school and help you connect with the right people and resources to make your contribution during the holiday season as impactful as possible.

STACY WHITTINGTON

SRWhittington@bcps.k12.md.us
410-396-9165
City Springs Elementary/Middle

JUSTIN BROWN

justin.brown@wearefrederick.org
410-396-0830
Frederick Elementary

SANDI MCFADDEN

SMcFadden01@bcps.k12.md.us
410-396-6396
Govans Elementary

CARRIE MITTENTHAL

cmittenthal@hha47.org
410-396-9146
Hampstead Hill Academy

ROSALIA CASTELAN

rcastelan@hha47.org
410-396-9146
Hampstead Hill Academy
(bi-lingiual)

THERESA BRAXTON

tbraxton@phrmd.org
410-396-0876
Pimlico Elementary/Middle

HEIDI WEISS-BEEDIE

hweiss-beedie@elev8baltimore.org
410-396-9140
Wolfe Street Academy

About the Baltimore Curriculum Project

Baltimore Curriculum Project (BCP) is the largest operator of local neighborhood, public charter schools in Maryland. We create safe, supportive learning environments for children PK-8 by providing innovative, research-based educational strategies, intensive teacher training and extensive support for administration and staff. We support our local neighborhood needs by tailoring our resources and support through community partnerships.

As one of the longest-running charter operators in Maryland, our schools are regularly recognized as some of the most highly acclaimed neighborhood charter schools in the state. 

Pimlico Elementary / Middle School

Sign up for our email newsletter

Contact Us

BALTIMORE CURRICULUM PROJECT
2707 E. Fayette Street
Baltimore, MD 21224
410-675-7000
Fax: 410-675-7030
bcpinfo@baltimorecp.org

Social Media

This message is only visible to admins.
Problem displaying Facebook posts. Backup cache in use.
Click to show error
Error: Error validating access token: The session has been invalidated because the user changed their password or Facebook has changed the session for security reasons. Type: OAuthException
Translate »