Let's Thrive Baltimore, formerly known as No One left Unhelped.
It’s a new day at No One Left Unhelped. We were founded in 2016 as a small community organization to help Baltimore youth and families impacted by gun violence. We began with therapeutic programs for families and service days for our young people, so they could be part of meaningful change in Baltimore.
In the past four years, we have grown exponentially. We now run projects including mentoring, job programs, and support groups for our youth and their families; financial literacy, career consulting, and therapeutic programs for families; housing, rental, and cash assistance for survivors of violence; and cleaning and greening projects in the city. We began serving 1,000 meals a day in Baltimore when the COVID-19 outbreak began and have secured funding to continue that service until April 2021. We have also recently launched programs on police reform and stopping human trafficking. Police reform and human trafficking have ended.
We have recruited a professional board that includes community members, our supporters, and, most importantly, youth voices who are the heart of our programs.
In light of our expanded mission and outreach, we’ve chosen a new name to reflect these changes: Let’s Thrive Baltimore: Youth in Action. This name illustrates our vision—a city where we don’t just survive; we prosper. Read our Call to Action and donate to help us help Baltimore thrive.
Digital Equity in Baltimore
We are providing students and parents with laptops when available
Let's Thrive Baltimore
March 21, 2022,=$777,998
Provided Poultry, Produce, and Canned Goods valued at $65,280
Daily food distribution and produce to children, seniors, isolated families, and homeless individuals $506,000
Supplying students with digital devices & Accessories as of March 21, 2022
valued at =$74,950
Disbursed $2700 in Cash App giveaways for meals, prescription costs, and COVID19-supplies.
Distributed $7740 in Covid19 Supplies
$18,947 in payroll to furloughed employees and our Developmental Youth Project
Provided PPE valued at $72,000
3600 Energy Saving Kits valued at $40 each=$144,000