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Join us Saturday, February 25th, 2017 as we celebrate Project JumpStart, the most successful workforce and job-placement program in Baltimore
With Special Guests, Baltimore Raven Justin Tucker & WBAL's Keith Mills!
Marriott Renaissance Harborplace Hotel
202 E. Pratt Street
Baltimore, MD 21202
6 to 11 pm
Dress - Black Tie Optional
For a discounted room rate ($119/night) at the Renaissance the night of the gala, click here to make a reservation.
In Project JumpStart’s 11 years of existence, 650 local residents have enrolled and of those, 80% have graduated and 75% have been placed into high-wage construction careers.
In light of the recent events in Baltimore, an increased investment in proven workforce development programs like Project JumpStart, is critical as we work together to create more opportunities for city residents. This gala is a celebration of Project JumpStart and as well as a commitment to ensure another 10+ successful years in training and placing young men and women in the construction trades.
You can be a part of this exciting event by buying tickets and through your generous sponsorship. We want you to be there physically at this celebration, but we understand that other obligations could get in the way. And if that is the case, we hope you will consider making a donation. The proceeds from this event will help us to fund future Project JumpStart classes and help put more City residents in jobs that provide a life-time learning opportunity, growth and financial stability.
Thank you for your support!
Contributions to Project Jumpstart – Build Baltimore Fundraiser, LLC are deductible as charitable contributions to the extent provided by law. See IRS Notice 2012-52.
Project Jumpstart – Build Baltimore Fundraiser, LLC is a Maryland single-member limited liability company that is wholly owned by ABC Craft Training Trust of Baltimore, a Section 501(c)(3) organization, and treated by ABC Craft Training Trust of Baltimore as a disregarded entity.