At CHAI, our values inspire us to create space for diverse community members to have real conversations. The Community Conversations program brings diverse community members together to engage in open, authentic, and respectful discussion that addresses unconscious bias and how it works among the different cultural groups in northwest Baltimore. Cohorts form in spring and fall.
For more information or to join the next cohort, please contact CHAI’s Northwest Community & Schools Director at 410-500-5305 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
CHAI manages the Northwest Baltimore Partnership (NWBP), a cross-jurisdictional coalition of community associations, nonprofit organizations, businesses, government agencies, and faith-based institutions building value from Park Circle to Pikesville. NWBP is working to bring a coordinated effort to regional revitalization by capitalizing on opportunities for the public and private sectors to collaborate.
CHAI’s Food Distribution at the Edward A. Myerberg Center
With the support of the City of Baltimore, The Associated: Jewish Federation of Baltimore, and numerous dedicated volunteers, CHAI provides hundreds of boxes of groceries and fresh produce to community residents.
Myerberg Center, 3101 Fallstaff Rd., 21209
8:00am until food runs out
Please take Greenspring Ave. to Fallstaff Rd.
The line will form along Fallstaff heading heading west.
Cars must turn left into the second Myerberg Center entrance.
For more information call 410-500-5300.
The Pikesville Schools Coalition is a collaboration among CHAI, community groups, educators, elected officials, and individuals committed to the advancement of the public schools of Pikesville:
- Bedford Elementary
- Fort Garrison Elementary
- Millbrook Elementary
- Summit Park Elementary
- Wellwood International School
- Woodholme Elementary
- Pikesville Middle School
- Pikesville High School
Fallstaff Multicultural Organizing Project
In collaboration with CASA de Maryland and the Fallstaff Improvement Association, CHAI's Fallstaff Multicultural Organizing Project achieves concrete improvements that make the neighborhood a better place to live by bridging cultural gaps, making it cleaner, safer, and healthier, supporting diverse residents and fostering active participation by residents in community-based activities.
For more information or to get involved, contact CHAI's Fallstaff Community Organizer at email@example.com or 410-500-5308.
Help Us Make An Impact
Interested in getting involved? We have a variety of volunteer opportunities available to members of our community.
CHAI wants to make sure your neighborhood remains stable before, during and after severe weather, natural disasters and other regional emergencies. Take a look at the resources below, so you and your neighbors can be ready to expect the unexpected.