Mentors Help Students Set and Achieve Goals

November 1st, 2017

Mentoring is an invaluable component of Paul’s Place’s after-school programs for students in 1st through 12th grades. The connection between caring adults and students can increase students’ confidence, self-esteem and outlook for the future. Sometimes the student-mentor relationship extends beyond Paul’s Place, and the result is a friendship that benefits both people. Dannielle and Charlotte… Read More

35 Years of Transforming Lives, Strengthening Community

August 23rd, 2017

On September 27, 1982, Paul’s Place opened its doors to the community, with a free meal for poor and homeless adults and children in the Guild Hall of St. Paul the Apostle Church (now Mobtown Ballroom). Now, 35 years later, Paul’s Place offers a combination of programs and services unmatched by any other provider in… Read More

Thank you to Legg Mason, Presenting Sponsor!

July 6th, 2017

Legg Mason – a global asset management leader headquartered in Baltimore – has supported Paul’s Place’s mission and programs for more than a decade with financial support and essential volunteer involvement and leadership. The company’s commitment was already an example of an authentic corporate/non-profit partnership, and this year, Legg Mason increased its support on both… Read More