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Fulton Bank celebrates local businesses

Small changes, big impact.

Like you, we believe in supporting the vibrant communities we serve, and celebrating the local businesses and organizations that make each neighborhood unique. We're showcasing our neighbors near our Baltimore and Philadelphia financial centers that share our commitment to diversity, affordable housing and home ownership, career and workforce development, and economic empowerment. Neighbors help each other in small ways that make a big difference. 

GEDCO

GEDCO is a non-profit, community-based organization that supports the Baltimore area by addressing poverty, homelessness, hunger, senior engagement, unemployment, and affordable housing. GEDCO helps enable community members in crisis move toward self-sufficiency by providing essential services like utility and eviction prevention, food pantry services, medical prescription assistance, and employment support. 

GEDCO, non-profit community-based organization in the Baltimore area.

St. Francis Neighborhood Center

St. Francis Neighborhood Center (SFNC) is the oldest community center in Baltimore City, established in 1963. SFNC is the only community-based holistic youth after school and summer program for children living below poverty at no cost to families in their neighborhoods.

Serving over 6,000 community members a year with with education, human services, and youth and family stability programs. SFNC offers support and resources for school engagement and career readiness by utilizing education, mentorship, and art. Providing their communities tools for economic empowerment and ultimately increasing their chances for success.

St. Francis Neighborhood center photos

WCRP (Women's Community Revitalization Project)

Women’s Community Revitalization Project (WCRP) is committed to social and economic equity for women and their families. Since its founding 35 years ago, WCRP has worked to increase the availability of housing that’s affordable to Philadelphia’s low-income residents. WCRP has built over 300 affordable rental homes as well as five new homeownership units throughout the city and have more than 100 rental units in the pipeline.

WCRP’s approach is informed by the involvement of its board members, primarily low-income women of color, who sit on the organization’s board and participate in its programs and advocacy campaigns. Over half of WCRP’s board members have first-hand experience of homelessness and other aspects of poverty, giving them the unique perspective to make an impact in the community.

Images from the Women's Community Revitalization Project

ABC Learning

ABC Learning Academy provides a home away from home and an age appropriate learning-based environment for future generations in the heart of Brewerytown, Philadelphia. Their goal is to foster an environment that will help promote growing experiences by building confidence, positive self-conception, and socialization skills, while also focusing on knowledge and independence. ABC Learning Academy values tradition and diversity while treasuring the love of children. It is their desire and responsibility to help create a playful and learning environment designed for early and continuous childhood success.

Images from ABC Learning Academy

Koffee Kake

At Arwin Brisbon’s Koffee Kake café, in the North Broad Street community of Philadelphia, $1 goes a long way. Koffee Kake was established in 2020 and in one short year has become a staple in the community. Selling iced or hot coffee, tea, pastries, cookies and fresh fruit for just $1; Brisbon makes it his mission to offer affordable options to his patrons.

Images from Koffee Kake business in Philadelphia