December 2021
Giving Tuesday
This year, The Station participated in Giving Tuesday to raise funds for a new-to-us van to help safely and accessibly transport our veterans with physical and invisible wounds of war, as well as older residents with limited mobility and large groups of men traveling together.

One of our very generous corporate supporters Emergent BioSolutions pledged to match all donations made up to $15,000. Several of our wonderful supporters on Facebook held their own Giving Tuesday fundraisers and for that we are thankful! With everyone’s support, we raised more than $30,000 this year, a Giving Tuesday record for us!

This van will be vital in helping transport our residents to doctor’s appointments, job interviews, program activities, and overnight trips. Our team at The Station and our veterans in recovery are so grateful for your gifts. We also want to send a HUGE thank you to Emergent BioSolutions for matching donations for us this year! We could not have done this without each and every one of our supporters.
Amazon Wish List
This holiday season we received a generous donation from the Amazon Logistics Maryland DEI Committee. Through their Kindness Grant program they purchased ALL of the items on our Amazon Wish List to help support our most critical needs. In-kind donations save us over $96,000 annually, which is a huge help to our bottom line. Donations such as these allow us to use our funding for critical programs and services our men need to graduate with a sustainable income, permanent housing and to lead a sober life. We are so thankful for Amazon’s incredible generosity.
Concert Music - The Universal Language
On Thursday, December 2, our men were treated to a jazz concert by the jazz quartet Dat Feel Good, featuring Saxophonist and Trumpeter, Clarence H. Ward III, who is also an Army veteran. 

From the time they took the stage until the standing ovation at the end, amazing music, singing and joy were evident throughout The Baltimore Station. The concert was brought to us by Our Joyful Noise Baltimore, a nonprofit bringing professional musicians into centers for autistic children, prisons and underserved communities. 

As a resident said “Music is the universal language. When we have a concert or gathering such as this, it brings us together and it gives us hope.” 

Scripps Media covered the event which ran nationally in cities like Detroit, San Diego and Dallas. Click here for WMAR Baltimore's Coverage.
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