CFUF CEO Joe Jones Has Joined Facebook!

CFUF Founder & CEO Joe Jones has launched a new Facebook page! Join us in spreading the word! Search, "Joseph T. Jones, Jr.", "Like" his profile, add your friends, and stay up to date on news and announcements, developments in the field, CFUF events, and…Read More

Join CFUF for its next Community Conversation on Family Strengthening Policy & Practice, "The Black Family: Today and Beyond"

Interested in learning more about the future of family strengthening policy? Want to gain practical tools and expertise on parenting skills, healthy relationships, responsible fatherhood, adoption/foster care, youth resources, and more? Join CFUF for its next…Read More

CFUF leads effort to bring Promise Neighborhoods Initiative to Baltimore

Promise Neighborhoods, inspired by the Harlem Children’s Zone, is the Obama administration’s bold bid to break the vicious cycle of inner-city intergenerational poverty. If the Neighborhoods succeed, they could provide compelling evidence that an integrated,…Read More

Driving away black dads

Joseph T. Jones, Jr., is the president and founder of the Center for Urban Families in Baltimore and serves on President Obama's Fatherhood and Healthy Families Taskforce. His e-mail is [email protected]

See Geoffrey Canada of the Harlem Children's Zone live on June 17th!

See Geoffrey Canada of the Harlem Children's Zone live on June 17th!

Applications for the Fall 2010 Baltimore Social Enterprise Program Now Available

Applications for the Fall 2010 Baltimore Social Enterprise Program are now available! The program exposes non-profits to new concepts, methodologies and customized approaches for entrepreneurial earned income strategies as well as to a pioneering training and…Read More

OSI-Baltimore Announces $1.5 Million to Assist Individuals Hurt by Recession

The Open Society Institute-Baltimore has announced grants totaling $1.5 million to four nonprofits working to provide assistance to low-income residents facing major barriers to employment as a result of the economic downturn. The grants to Civic Works…Read More
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