Spotlight on CLC client C.A.R.E. Community Association, Inc.
Today’s post is a spotlight on a super-engaged, inspirational CLC client doing wonderful greening work in Southeast Baltimore: C.A.R.E. Community Association, Inc..
As part of Baltimore City’s Adopt-A-Lot program, C.A.R.E. has adopted over 80 vacant lots!
Recently, CLC assisted C.A.R.E. in adopting the vacant lots at 2107-2109 Orleans St, just a few blocks east of Johns Hopkins Medical Center. C.A.R.E. President Drew Bennett remarked, “[t]hrough the services of the Community Law Center, our community has benefited in adopting a once vacant, trash-filled lot, and transforming it into a beautiful neighborhood green space.”
Some photos of the amazing work that C.A.R.E. is doing on its adopted lots and throughout the neighborhood:
If you belong to a Maryland nonprofit organization that would like to do similar work in your community and would like some legal advice, please contact Community Law Center!
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