2018 Annual Report Summary

Student Support Network, Inc.

Annual Report 2018 – Summary


Monetary contributions to Network: $66,547

In-kind donations: approximately $56,923.00

          Total monetary and in-kind donations: $123,470.00

Volunteers and Main Events

  • 380 volunteers and donors associated with Student Support Network (does not include anonymous drop-offs of donations)
  • 80 families at Network schools assisted through Thanksgiving and Holiday Programs
  • 73 Businesses, Churches, Schools, and Civic groups have contributed to Student Support Network and/or provided information for our advocacy (see below)
  • $18,000 in monetary and in-kind donations, over 500 volunteer hours for January Coat Drive, Big Spring and Fall Drives for students in need at over 20 schools around the County
  • Community Outreach: presentations to groups on poverty and food insecurity in schools; outreach to local businesses; partnerships with Goucher College faculty and staff including student research in statistics courses; research and advocacy with BCPS, local and state elected officials on food access and increasing support staff in schools; information to additional schools interested in joining Network
  • Parkville Network and Student Support Network honored for programs in Parkville High School by Baltimore County Board of Education
  • Recognition in Annapolis: President Laurie Taylor-Mitchell receives Community Activist of the Year Award for Student Support Network at Maryland Food Access Nutrition Conference
  • October Fundraiser sells out and raises $31,000, surpassing original goal of $20,000

Businesses and groups supporting Student Support Network and our Network Schools

Rosedale Federal Savings and Loan

The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company

Weber-Messick Accounting and Wealth Management

Silverman/Thompson/Slutkin/White, Attorneys at Law and Staff


Creative Print Group LLC

Hollenshades Auto Service

2nd Gear

Rheumatology Associates of Baltimore

MD Eye Care

Home Organizing Made Easy (H.O.M.E.)

Eastern Savings Bank

Tom Ritter, DDS

J. Gunnar Fisher, DDS

Kim Ford, DDS

Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens

Nelson Coleman Jewelers

McFauls Ironhorse Tavern

Bluestone Restaurant

Bread and Circuses Restaurant



Giant Food Stores

Target, Towson and Cockeysville Stores

Binetti Political Strategies, LLC

Hampton Inn

Hilton Hotel Ocean City Staff

Mayfield Consulting

Community Groups

Freemasons, Mt. Moriah Lodge Charitable Foundation

Baltimore Community Foundation

Brian P. Healy Foundation

The Lilacs Group

The Steel Pigeons

Tiny Toppers

Girl Scouts Cadette Troop #10175

Girl Scout Troop #1152

Girl Scout Troop #2455

Girl Scout Troop #1412

Brownie Troop #1745

Holy Cross Lutheran Preschool

Generosity Feeds (C3 FEEDS)

Greater Loch Raven 4-H Club

MOMS Club of White Marsh/Perry Hall/Parkville

Kiwanis Club of Loch Raven, Inc.


Fun and Sun Learning Center

Campus Hills Community Association

No Kid Hungry


St. Thomas Episcopal Church

City Light Chapel

Maryland Presbyterian Church

Babcock Presbyterian Church

Church of the Redeemer, Baltimore, J2A Class (Journey to Adulthood)

Church of the Messiah

Glen Mar United Methodist Church

Divinity Lutheran Church

Food Pantries

Agape Church/Food Pantry

A Can Can Make a Difference

Maryland Food Bank

Education Institutions and Affiliated Groups

Goucher College: Office of Community Based Learning and Students, Faculty, Staff and Alumni

Faculty and Students of Towson University

Students of Archbishop Curley High School

Law and Public Policy Group, Towson High School

Knit for the Needy Group, Towson High School

Student Government Association (SGA), Parkville High School

SADD Club, Pine Grove Middle School

Carroll Manor Elementary School PTA

 Assistance with advocacy for students in poverty, Baltimore County Public Schools

League of Women Voters of Baltimore County

NAACP, Maryland State Chapter

PTSA Council of Baltimore County

New Pathways Staff

No Kid Hungry

Maryland Hunger Solutions

Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future Staff


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