PNC Donates $600K to Coppin State University and Center for Urban Families
Coppin State University (CSU) and the Center for Urban Families have received $600K from PNC Bank as part of the bank's effort to help end systemic racism. Each will receive $300K during the next three years from the PNC Foundation. The contribution to the Center for Urban Families (CFUF) will support the nonprofit's family stability programs in low-income communities throughout Baltimore, including STRIVE Baltimore, Back to Business, Baltimore City Community College’s BOOST program, The Baltimore Responsible Fatherhood Project, and a home-buying assistance program. Coppin State will use the funding to support several community-facing programs through its College of Business. "This relationship will strengthen our efforts to deliver entrepreneurship training and financial education to the community(…),” shared Sadie R. Gregory, interim dean of the CSU College of Business. Via Baltimore Business Journal.