March 2021
Welcome to the Board of Directors

Our Board of Directors at The Baltimore Station play an instrumental part in our success. They play a key role in introducing prospective donors, volunteers, and partners to us as well as referring men into our programs. We would like to spotlight one of our newest board members Alan Grace, who joined our board in May 2020. Alan has been a lifelong Baltimore resident. “Baltimore has a tremendous amount to offer, activities both inside and out. It has easy access to DC, Philadelphia, and New York. We have mountains two hours west and the ocean an hour and a half to the east.” He values his community and what it has to offer.
Alan has served on two boards before joining us. He was on the Eastern Baltimore Area Chamber of Commerce Board for two years and the UMBC Alumni Association Board for three years. While not working on The Station’s Board, he is the First Vice President of CBRE.

Alan was looking for a way to give back to his community which led him to The Baltimore Station. He attributes the old saying “Behind every great man is a great woman” to his drive to serve on The Station’s board. His wife’s job, being a social worker for the past 20 years, is a job about service and helping others. Alan’s drive to help others has stemmed from her example. The military has always had an influence on his life. Alan’s siblings and several other relatives have served in the military. There was a time he considered joining the service himself. He is honored to have a chance to serve those who have served our country. “My favorite part about being on this board is hearing about the different programs offered to the men which truly follow our mission and turn lives around.” While being part of the board, he hopes to help increase awareness of The Baltimore Station and to introduce other companies and leaders who would not normally hear about TBS otherwise. We look forward to working with Alan and wish him a warm welcome to our board!
Volunteer Bingo Night
It’s hard to believe but on March 13th, it will officially be one year since we have had volunteers in person at either of our facilities. We’ve missed over 3,000 visits, over 300 meals, and a canceled softball season. It has been a difficult year, but plans are underway to have our volunteer family back as soon as possible. We miss all your smiling faces and look forward to the day when we can all be together again in person.

Thank you to all our volunteers who joined us for our first virtual bingo on February 23! The men (and staff) had a great time seeing you and playing bingo. Since the men had so much fun with bingo last month, we are holding another virtual bingo night on Tuesday, March 23rd from 7-8 pm. If interested in joining, please email Adam Berger at The deadline for signing up is March 19.  
Homerun for Recovery Tickets on Sale!
Tickets are on sale now for our 29th annual Virtual Homerun for Recovery!

Join us on Thursday, April 22nd from 6-8 pm for a unique evening filled with delicious food and entertainment to benefit local veterans. 

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