AT&T contributes to My Brother’s Keeper in Baltimore

Dozens of community members, volunteers, staff and friends came together in May to celebrate the (almost) one-year anniversary of the integration of My Brother’s Keeper with Catholic Charities at the program’s home on Frederick Avenue in the Irvington section of Baltimore.

Since integrating with Catholic Charities on July 1, 2018, My Brother’s Keeper has more than tripled the number of people it provides meals for in the community each day, and has gone from serving five days a week to all week long. It has also expanded services to include case management, workforce development, benefits eligibility, expungement and other legal services, after-school partnerships with elementary schools, and mental and behavioral health programs.

Legislators and leaders, including State Sen. Shirley Nathan-Pulliam, Del. Keith Haynes, and City Councilman Kristerfer Burnett, attended or sent representatives to the event.

LaTara Harris, AT&T’s regional director for External Affairs joined the event and announced a $20,000 contribution from AT&T.

“MBK and Catholic Charities are doing tremendous work in Baltimore. They’re truly transforming lives, and we’re honored to support their efforts,” said Harris, who is also from West Baltimore.

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