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One of our favorite newcomers to the Fusion Community of Social Change is ready to hit the ground running! The much awaited Station North Tool Library is opening its doors and it’s time to THROW DOWN AND PARTY with the rowdiest bunch of “Librarians” that you’ll ever meet!
Friday April 26th at 8PM make your way to 417 E Oliver St. (next to Area 405) for:
### POWER TOOL RACES ###
Sponsored by our neighbors – The Baltimore Node
~~~ PRIZES ~~~
*Tool Library Memberships*
COSTUMES! BEER! FUN! and did we mention tools?!?
DANCE PARTY TO FOLLOW!!!!!
You don’t want to miss this – it’ll be that one thing you kick yourself most for missing this year……
Abc2News recently did this story on Fusion program Youth Empowered Society (YES) and their newly opened Youth Drop-In Center. Check it out to see some of the great work they’ve been doing. Also, please consider donating one of the following urgently needed supplies when you’re in the neighborhood!
Snack and Meal Needs:
Hot chocolate, tea, and other drink mixes
Granola bars, crackers, fruit snacks, etc.
Pop-top canned soup/chili
Plastic forks and spoons
Small paper plates
Paper Shredder; Paper Cutter; Space Heaters; Medical Gloves; Flash Drives
For a complete list of material needs, please e-mail Harriet at Harriet@yesdropincenter.org.
As the year draws to a close, your friends at Fusion Partnerships, Inc. wish you safe and happy holidays.
We are very thankful and excited to begin our 10th year of providing fiscal sponsorship to programs and projects that are working for social justice in Baltimore. Fusion currently sponsors over 50 programs. You have likely contributed to one of them. You generous contributions support their work and their positive impact.
Fusion continues to see growth in the demand for fiscal sponsorship and while this means great things for the communities served, it also means necessary growth in our administrative capacity. As part of your year-end giving, we ask that you include Fusion Partnerships, Inc. Perhaps you could match a donation that you have already sent, or one that you will be sending to a Fusion program. With your support, Fusion will be able to develop a more robust financial management system and website to provide communication tools that our programs will benefit from.
We are grateful for all the support and encouragement we have received this year. To make a convenient and secure on-line donation to Fusion or to our programs, please click here or see the donate button on our sidebar. Indicate Fusion or the program you are donating to in the “item field”. Or donate by mail to:
1601 Guilford Avenue, 2 South
Baltimore, Maryland, 21202.
Please make your check payable to Fusion Partnerships, Inc. indicating Fusion or program in the check memo. We Thank You so much and keep a look out for all the great work we’ll be doing in 2013!
Please join Fusion program The Baltimore Free Farm Sunday, December 16th for the second annual Fancy Dinner Fundraiser at 2640!
This year’s menu will include appetizer, venison stew, as well as vegan stew, dessert, home brewed beer and wine and more! Vegan options will be available!
You can also treat your ears to our local classical musical guests. There will also be a raffle with awesome prizes!
The event begins at 5 pm, dinner is at 6 pm. To order tickets online, please visit our website, www.baltimorefreefarm.org!
Please make all checks out to Fusion Partnerships and mail them to 1601 Guilford Ave, 2 South, Baltimore, MD. Get your tickets early, only a limited amount will be available at the door!
To volunteer for this event or for more information, please email The Baltimore Free Farm at email@example.com or give us a call at 443-844-3611. See you there!
Grab your sweetheart and pin on that corsage- Fusion program The Baltimore Free School‘s fourth annual School Dance is coming up! Cake, punch, the Bellevederes and DJ Jason Willett! The proceeds will help keep the BFS doors open for anyone to teach or take a class for free. The Bellevederes bring the 1960s funk and soul, with lesser-known dance gems from Etta James, Marva Whitney, Irma Thomas, and more. DJ Jason Willett picks up with dance tracks from his fantastic collection, pulling from the farthest corners of the recorded world.
Doors at 10, Bellevederes play about 10:30, the whole shebang ends around 2. $5 – $10 sliding scale donation benefits the Baltimore Free School. Spread the word!
We’re incredibly proud to announce that fusion program Youth Empowered Society has officially opened the doors of Baltimore’s premier Homeless Youth Drop-in Center! See the flyer below for more info on how the YES Drop-In Center is serving one of Baltimore’s most overlooked communities.