The mission of Maryland Nonprofits is to strengthen organizations to achieve greater quality of life and equity. The Foundation for the Baltimore County Public Library, Inc. is a 501(c)(non-profit) corporation that provides financial information to its patrons. By calling the library's Philanthropy and Partnerships Department at 410-887-4483 or the Office of the Secretary of State in Annapolis, Maryland, at 410-945-5534, individuals can access this information. Leadership Baltimore County (LBC) is a 501(c)() organization established in 1983 with a mission to inform, engage and empower leaders in business, education, the non-profit community and government to develop the potential of Baltimore County as the region's premier place to do business, live, work and play.
The Baltimore County Public Library provides additional resources to enrich the library's commitment to empowering Baltimore County citizens to explore, learn, create and connect. The library believes that reading is a critical and fundamental tool for general connection with the community, the development of curiosity and the exploration of the world. The Baltimore County Children's Resource Center at Abilities Network Project ACT offers support in everything related to early learning and after-school scheduling. The library continues to be a driving force in providing educational, cultural and enrichment activities to the citizens of Baltimore County.
If you are a non-profit, school, religious, governmental or civic organization that would like to partner with them to recruit and manage volunteers, you can fill out an information form. The network was designed to work in partnership with the community to develop, strengthen and support programs that reduce vulnerability among the poor and promote growth, stability and self-sufficiency among low-income residents of Baltimore County. The Baltimore County Public Library plays a vital role in the community with 19 branches, a circulation that exceeds 10 million items and provides computer access to nearly 1.1 million people. It annually receives 5 million visitors to its branches and 5.5 million visitors to its website.
The Foundation for the Baltimore County Public Library was founded in 1989 to support Baltimore County's commitment to a superior public library system. It encourages all customers of the Baltimore County Public Library, regardless of age or economic circumstance, to adopt lifelong learning.