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The Sustainable Giving Campaign 

The Sustainable Giving Campaign is an annual one-week fundraising campaign for nonprofit organizations working to build a more sustainable future in Baltimore. 

In 2023 we raised $15,549 for the Farm Alliance of Baltimore. Check back in May 2024 to find out more about our 2024 campaign!

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Raised since 2017

What we've accomplished so far:

$6,150 raised

  • $3,106 raised for the St. Francis Neighborhood Center 

  • $2,726 raised for Blue Water Baltimore

  • $318 raised for other Baltimore nonprofits 


$17,846 raised

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  • An additional $5,000 to the Maryland Food Bank


$6,085 raised


$13,631 raised

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  • An additional $6,342.89 for Tyrone's Ice Cream Cart business


$8,216 raised

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$13,429 raised

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$15,549 raised

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Why Donate through The Sustainable Giving Campaign?
  • Trust: Our local nonprofit recipients are carefully vetted organizations creating efficient change. 

  • Impact: Our collective gift enables immediate programming and action we couldn't inspire individually.

  • Value: Administrative work for The Sustainable Giving Campaign is volunteered. All funds go directly to the nonprofit via their chosen method of donations with no pass-throughs, percentages, or profits of any kind taken, ever.

  • Ease: One online donation directly to a nonprofit, without being added to a mailing list, with no extra work. 

  • Intent: Setting aside funds to give annually is better than lump-sum and spontaneous donations. 

The Sustainable Giving Campaign hopes to promote sustainability in two ways: by funding local community-building and environmental work and by encouraging our donors to think about giving annually and regularly. Ben founded the campaign in 2017 with the pledge to donate 5% of his total annual income. Our hope is that our donors eventually consider giving a percentage of their annual income to nonprofit organizations. Giving a percentage of income helps people be more generous during good financial times and also allows people to feel less pressured when they don't have as much financially. 

Raised since 2017

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