Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation (DLLR) Partners with Neighborhood Safe Kids Zone for Maryland Unites: Day of Service Event
BALTIMORE, MD (July 14, 2015) – The Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation (DLLR) will partner tomorrow with the Safe Kids Zone as part of Governor Hogan’s “Maryland Unites: Day of Service” initiative. Maryland Unites was created in the wake of the April civil unrest in Baltimore and has raised more than $500,000 toward relief efforts.
The Safe Kids Zone center in Baltimore's Sandtown-Winchester neighborhood serves as a recreation center for children ages five to 17. The DLLR volunteer activity will involve preparing and serving a healthy lunch followed by a career day discussion on the importance of education and possible career paths.
WHAT: DLLR PARTNERS WITH SAFE KIDS ZONE
WHEN: WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, 2015 from 1 PM – 3 PM
WHERE: Penn North Community Resource Center Safe Kids Zone
1610 N. Carey Street in Baltimore, MD 21217
About the Safe Kids Zone:
The Penn North Community Resource Center Safe Kids Zone provides a safe, comfortable and secure place for children in the Sandtown-Winchester community. Opened in June, the Safe Kids Zone, for at-risk children ages five to 17 years old offers children's activities including board games, organized sports teams, a computer lab, girls and boys mentoring programs, peer led support groups, licensed counseling, field trips, a study lab and homework assistance. Get more info on the Safe Kids Zone.
Maureen O'Connor, Communications Director 410-913-4061
Summar Goodman, Communications Deputy Director 410-230-6069