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Making Our One Maryland a Stronger State, December 22nd, 2014

Earlier today, I joined the committed volunteers at Our Daily Bread in Baltimore to serve lunch to over 600 guests. Our Daily Bread offers one of many volunteer opportunities in Maryland. Whether you volunteer with your place of worship, help a local nonprofit, or spend time with a neighbor in need, your service matters. If  Read the Rest…

Giving Back to our One Maryland, October 24th, 2014

Thank you to all of the Marylanders who served throughout Maryland during this year’s Day to Serve. Once again, our state joined together in this regional effort with Virginia, West Virginia, and Washington D.C and achieved a record level of service. In 2014, 27,000 Marylanders participated in 479 service projects across the State. This year,  Read the Rest…

Day to Serve: We’re All in this Together, September 5th, 2014

2014 marks the third year in a row that the people of Maryland will join our neighbors in Virginia, West Virginia, and Washington, DC for a Day to Serve. From September 11th to the 28th, we’re urging Marylanders from across our state to come together and serve. When you choose to participate in Day to  Read the Rest…

The compassion that defines us, March 12th, 2012

Last November, we announced the Compassionate Marylander award – an essay contest for Marylanders to tell us how they or someone they nominated have made a positive impact on the lives of their neighbors, or how their own life has been changed by volunteering in their community. Today, we announced the winners, who will receive  Read the Rest…

A Raven and an Oriole, December 13th, 2011

I may be biased, but I think we have some of the best sport teams in the country. We have two great football teams, countless collegiate teams and the team of Cal Ripken. But what makes me most proud about our professional teams isn’t their athletic ability, or their stellar 10-3 record after a certain  Read the Rest…

A Compassionate and Generous People, November 17th, 2011

Yesterday, I had the privilege to meet with faith leaders from different parishes around our State. We had great conversations on a variety of topics, but what struck me most was what they confirmed. They confirmed once again what I already knew: Marylanders are a generous and compassionate people. Every leader told a story about  Read the Rest…