Help local communities build a skilled
workforce of dedicated residents.

Whether donating to the organization or becoming a local partner organization, getting involved with Project JumpStart is a proven way to strengthen our communities.

Funding Organizations

Mike Rowe and the mikeroweWORKS Foundation
KOCH
The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation
The Abell Foundation
The Annie E. Casey Foundation
Mayor’s Office of Employment Development
Maryland Department of Labor
Maryland Department of Human Resources
Exelon Corporation/ Constellation Energy/BGE
Bank of America
The Marion I. & Henry J. Knott Foundation
United Way of Central Maryland
The Association of Baltimore Area Grantmakers
Baltimore Integration Partnership
Baltimore Metropolitan Council
SkillForce
Open Society Institute

Local Partners

These are some of the organizations working hand-in-hand with us to build a skilled workforce in Baltimore. With their partnerships Project JumpStart has become a powerful force of change.

Center for Urban Families
Our Daily Bread
Mending Families
Habitat for Humanity of Chesapeake
ABC Metro Washington


Become a part of the solution.

Donate today

By donating to the Project JumpStart you are becoming a part of something big, the healthy growth of our city and state’s workforce and residents.
You will be redirected to JOTF to donate.


Interested in partnering with Project JumpStart?

Get in touch with us to see how your organization and ours can work together.
Contact Matt Stubbs at 410-234-8931 or matt@jotf.org.