GREATER MONDAWMIN COORDINATING COUNCIL, INC.
You will want to read Police Officers In Our Community an ideal book written by Michelle Ames, published by Powerkids Pr. The paperback book is concerning Police and it is considered fine juvenile literature. It provides a variety of artistically colored illustrations. It also focuses on Vocational guidance.
$7 bags of fresh fruits and veggies. Come pick up a $20 value of fresh, assorted produce on Tuesday, December 20th at Frederick Douglass High School from 3:00 PM - 5:15 PM. See you there!
THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE WHILE WE WORK ON OUR FACELIFT.
The police are a constant in our neighborhoods says Carey, but they do more than lock people up. Be sure to check out Greater Mondawmin Coordinating Council's January newsletter, which will be posted soon.
Special Thanks to GMCC President Jacqueline Caldwell (and her helpers) for such a grand event - GMCC Community Service Awards on Sept. 24th (see photos below). For Additional photos click Newsletter tab.
We also want to congratulate Ms. Caldwell on being a recipient of the Associated Black Charities Women on the Move Award in the category of making a difference in the community. The event was held on September 8th.
What's so unique about the Greater Mondawmin community is that it has schools from kindergarten to a four-year university. A non-profit organized in 1976, the Greater Mondawmin Coordinating Council advocates for improved literacy through reading. Please see our mission statement in "About Us."
GO Northwest Housing Resource Center provides the following free services to help you obtain, maintain and retain your home:
Homebuyer 101 Workshops: GO Northwest can help you navigate through the process of buying a new home.
Foreclosure Prevention Workshops: Foreclosure doesn’t have to be the end of your homeownership story. You can decide how the story ends. GO Northwest holds workshops to help you get started. Contact our office to sign up for our Free Road to Recovery.
Click on website for more information.
GMCC on the move for 2017
There is lots to do, and we need your help. Start by joining a neighborhood Association.
Please see President's Message - Click About Us.
Druid Heights Spotlight proudly salutes Mr. Marvin McDowell, a native of West Baltimore and founder of the UMAR Boxing Program, which has an academic component. Marvin makes it mandatory for youth to go through the No Hooks Before Books Program, helping youngsters to meet academic requirements as well as teaching discipline.The program has been a staple in the community for two decades. Congratulations Marvin.
The Greater Mondawmin Coordinating Council Affiliate Neighborhoods
Special thanks to all the neighborhood associations under our umbrella who did phenomenal work in 2016. Whether you fed the hungry, provided carbon monoxide detectors for senior, did beautification projects and cleanups, planted trees, raised funds for a washer/dryer so homeless students can wash their clothes at school, or acquired funding to repair porches on Gwynns Falls Parkway, all of your efforts have not gone unnoticed toward a cleaner, greener and safer community for all the residents in Greater Mondawmin. Congratulations Parkway Community. After a three-year study, to reduce the number of accidents on Tioga Parkway, speed humps were installed on November 19th.