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The Abell Report newsletter offers thought-provoking articles about the challenges facing our region and the successful Abell-funded programs addressing these challenges. Please click on the list of newsletters for a sampling of the type of information available regularly. Abell Report Newsletter: ...
Abell Report Newsletter: January-February 2005 January 24, 2005 - The facts, the consquences and recommendations for resolving the problem. Full Publication Copyright 2002 The Abell Foundation. All Rights Reserved. PUBLICATION LIBRARY ALL ABELL REPORT NEWSLETTERS ALL ANNUAL REPORTS Program Areas | ...
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"With 80 percent of the forest land [surrounding Bay] in private ownership, and with increasing trends toward parcelization, aging of forest landowners, and conveyance to a new generation of forest owners, tax approaches could profoundly affect the fate of these lands." - from "Fores...
Abell Report Newsletter: September-October 2005 September 9, 2005 - Responsible public policy calls for appraisal of the cost/benefit Full Publication Copyright 2002 The Abell Foundation. All Rights Reserved. PUBLICATION LIBRARY ALL ABELL REPORT NEWSLETTERS ALL ANNUAL REPORTS Program Areas | Grantm...
Abell Report Newsletter: May-June 2005 May 13, 2005 - Current programming is insufficient--it needs to be re-examined, and where necessary, reformed. Much is at stake for Baltimore City. Full Publication Copyright 2002 The Abell Foundation. All Rights Reserved. PUBLICATION LIBRARY ALL ABELL REPORT ...
2004 Annual Report August 1, 2005 - Highlights of the 2004 Annual Report Full Publication Copyright 2002 The Abell Foundation. All Rights Reserved. PUBLICATION LIBRARY ALL ABELL REPORT NEWSLETTERS ALL ANNUAL REPORTS Program Areas | Grantmaking | Abell Programs | Publications Research | Venture Inve...
Baltimore s Center of Controversy June 21, 2005 - Facts, figures and questions for a deliberating community and City Council Full Publication Copyright 2002 The Abell Foundation. All Rights Reserved. PUBLICATION LIBRARY ALL ABELL REPORT NEWSLETTERS ALL ANNUAL REPORTS Program Areas | Grantmaking | A...
|8.||Annual Reports (65%):|
Each Abell Foundation Annual Report builds on the findings of the previous year. Though the percentage of allocated funding for our five broad areas of interest have basically remained constant, issues of concern have expanded to include workforce development, drug abuse treatment, re-entry of ex-o...
The Abell Report Newsletter, September/October 2000 September 1, 2000 - Between A Rock And A Hard Place: This article discusses the dysfunctional and punitive effects of our current child support system as it functions for low-income custodial parents. The writers, Wendell Primas and Kristina Daugi...
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Answers from the Foundation How should I contact The Abell Foundation to explore funding opportunities? Initial contact can be made by sending a 1- to 2-page letter outlining the description of the project, funding needs and timeline, addressed to the attention of Robert C. Embry Jr., President. In...
Low-End Rental Housing September 23, 2005 - More than half of the estimated 128,000 rental units in Baltimore City rent for $400 or less per month, yet the city's poorest residents still have trouble finding houses they can afford to live in. Full Publication Copyright 2002 The Abell Foundation. Al...
Help Wanted: Career & Technology Education in Baltimore City Schools April 17, 2005 - Evidence strongly suggests the CTE belongs among BCPSS's high school reforms. This report examines why and how, and the cost. Full Publication Copyright 2002 The Abell Foundation. All Rights Reserved. PUBLICATION ...
Abell Report Newsletter: March-April 2005 March 11, 2005 - Day laborers are persons employed, anywhere from one day to several months, in jobs that typically require manual labor. In Baltimore, approximately 7,000 to 10,000 workers are employed as day laborers, providing a supply of temporary worke...
Only 3 percent of teenage girls in the Able to Acheive program became pregnant in the year following their first contact with the case managers, while 18 percent of girls in the control group became pregnant during the same time period. More The Abell Foundation seeks to create solutions that are b...
|15.||The Abell Foundation (52%):|
Achieving Long-term Objectives The Abell Foundation makes multi-year commitments to develop initiatives based on in-depth research. The following programs, designed to satisfy unmet needs in problem areas facing Baltimore City's educational community, serve as pilots. Long-term funding for implemen...
|16.||The Abell Foundation (52%):|
From the beginning, the Foundation supported need across the community spectrum--wherever it found it. At about 9:30 on the morning of December 31, 1953, three men, David R. Owen, William A Fisher, Jr., and John M. Hudd, appeared as "subscribers" before Notary Public Helen G. James, and a...
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CitiStat, holds Baltimore City managers accountable every 14 days to deal promptly and effectively with citizen complaints. More The Foundation encourages programs and projects that expand the business and job base of Baltimore City, anchor and spur public and private investment in redevelopment an...
Use the links available on this page to access Press Releases put out by The Abell Foundation about its reports, publications, programs and issues affecting the community at large. For Immediate Release June 13, 2005 - Baltimore City College high school debaters sweep Urban Debate League championsh...
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Center for Applied Research and Technical Assistance, inc. (CARTA) Despite improvements in recent years in its rate of births to teen mothers, Baltimore City continues to outpace most other major U.S. cities. In the year 2000, according to a recent report by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, Baltimore...
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