Each of the 13 social entrepreneurs profiled in the first edition of the Baltimore Social Innovation Journal will receive $1,000 grants.
The money will come from the Warnock Foundation. It was David Warnock, founder of the eponymous organization, who made the announcement during a Thursday night event at Dooby’s in Mount Vernon officially introducing the journal.
As Technical.ly Baltimore has reported, the Baltimore Social Innovation Journal was published by the Warnock Foundation highlight lesser-known social innovators in the city.
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