the No Boundaries Coalition

Member Organizations

In addition to individual members, we are currently 19 member organizations strong. Click to read more about each one.

Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church

Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church bears witness in the city and the world to the inclusive love of God. Through worship, educational, spiritual, and mission activities we seek to deepen our commitment to God and each other. This commitment equips us to pursue a public, relevant ministry. It supports us as we provide a nurturing education for our children. It enables us to value and enlarge the diversity of our congregation. As followers of Jesus Christ we continue to hunger and work for social justice in our city and world. Visit site »

Booker T. Washington Middle School

Booker T Washington Middle School for the Arts is a community of learner-leaders committed to ensuring student success. With Principal Debbie Thomas the school is reclaiming purpose through rigor, relationships, and Resilience. Visit site »

Councilman Bill Cole's office

William “Bill” Cole is the city council representative for the 11th district in Baltimore City.  Bill Cole has lived in downtown Baltimore with his wife and children for over 25 years.  He has been serving the 11th district since 2007.  His office support the coalition’s projects and mission. Visit site »

Druid Heights Community Development Corporation

Druid Heights Community Development Corporation (DHCDC) is a nonprofit community-based development organization whose mission is to cause, promote and encourage community self-empowerment, employment, economic development opportunities, and affordable housing. The organization’s goal is to create a stable, safe and economically sound community while utilizing a holistic approach to community revitalization. Visit site »

Eutaw Place Improvement Association

Founded in 1977, EPIA is registered with Baltimore City as the community organization for residents of Eutaw Place and surrounding streets.

Eutaw Marshburn Elementary School # 11

The vision of Eutaw-Marshburn Elementary School is to put students, educators and families at the center of learning. The mission of Eutaw-Marshburn Elementary School is to provide a program of educational excellence to all students, their families and the community.

Furman Templeton Preparatory Academy

Furman L. Templeton Elementary is a Pre-Kindergarten through Fifth Grade school. It was established in 1971 and opened as the School of Love. The school is located at the intersection of Pennsylvania Avenue and Dolphin Street. Furman L. Templeton has a current PreK-5 enrollment of 450 students.  F.L. Templeton Preparatory Academy’s vision is to prepare our youth for the 21st century while giving them the opportunity to Learn, Love, and Live. Moreover, we will accomplish this vision by accelerating the opportunities and outcomes for our children by demanding nothing but excellence from the students, the staff, and the community. In short, we “Expect Excellence!” Visit site »

The Garden Community Church

The Garden Community is a new, creative group of Jesus followers forming in Baltimore which meets regularly for worship and in small groups throughout the week. Visit site »

Jubilee Arts

Jubilee Arts is a community program providing arts classes to the residents of the Sandtown-Winchester, Upton, and surrounding neighborhoods in Baltimore, Maryland. Jubilee Arts is located on Pennsylvania Avenue, an area with a rich history of African-American culture, and is helping to bring the arts back to life in our community! Visit site »

Newborn Holisitic Minitries

Newborn Holistic Ministries, Inc., is a nonprofit founded in 1996 to preserve and enrich life in its communities by providing services that will enable residents to meet their material, social and spiritual needs. Visit site »

Mount Royal Improvement Association

The Mount Royal Improvement Association (MRIA) is the key to enhancing the quality of life in Bolton Hill. With approximately 500 members who live and/or work in the neighborhood, MRIA strives to keep Bolton Hill beautiful, clean, and safe. MRIA provides the forum for this diverse community to define issues, take advantage of opportunities, and respond to challenges. Visit site »

Midtown Community Benefits District

The Midtown Community Benefits District is a citizen-run neighborhood advocacy and improvement group authorized by law in 1996 to provide security and sanitation services along with promotional activities for a 150-block area. Midtown is made up of four communities: Bolton Hill, Charles North, Madison Park and Mount Vernon/Belvedere.   Its efforts are funded by taxpayer approved property tax surcharge. Midtown was created by voter referendum in an effort to make our neighborhoods stronger, better places to live and work. Visit site »

Memorial Episcopal Church

Memorial Episcopal Church is an urban church in the city of Baltimore and a parish in the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland. Over the past 30 years the parish has become a place of diverse theological viewpoints, where members take an inquiring approach to their faith.Visit site »

New Song Urban Ministries

New Song is a holistic approach to neighborhood development known as “church-based Christian community development (CCDA).” Initiated in 1988, we have grown to a staff of more than 80, mostly from the neighborhood, administering numerous programs. While our neighborhood, Sandtown-Winchester in West Baltimore, encompasses 72 square blocks, our concentration is a 15-block focus area in the north-central section of the community. Here we are eliminating all vacant houses and providing various programs and opportunities which foster empowerment. Visit site »

OYO Traditions Cultural Arts and Wellness Institute

Oyo researches, promotes, and present authentic African traditions as seen in, art, music, literature, dance, folklore and religious practices of African and African American and diaspora culture.  Our vision is to one day have have a center for African studies and learning here in Baltimore.  Oyo provides opportunities for young people and families to participate in programs that develop an appreciation for the arts and African cultural traditions in an arena that stimulates learning.

Promise Heights

The mission of Promise Heights (PH) is to create a comprehensive child, family and community building model in West Baltimore that provides children 0-21 with educational, social, physical, and economic opportunities and which allows them to thrive and succeed in work and family life.  It involves a unique partnership between the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB), non-profit agencies, faith-based organizations, government, and communities in West Baltimore, all with a deep commitment to finding solutions to meet the needs of vulnerable families. Visit site »

Resident Action Committee

The Resident Action Committee (RAC) is the resident-lead advocacy group for Sandtown. They work to empower residents to transform our community. They meet the third Wednesday of every month at 6:30 at the Sandtown Senior Center (on the corner of Gilmore and Baker). Visit site »

Reservoir Hill Improvement Council

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