The Baltimore Ravens​​

The Maryland Book Bank has partnered with The Baltimore Ravens to provide a mobile library that will serve the children of the Baltimore area.  The Bookmobile is packed with close to 2,500 books hat children can keep for their own home library.

Discover Books
Discover Books, a for-profit company is one of the largest online sellers of used books and sources of literary donations to charitable organizations in North America. Discover Books collects used books through thrift stores, library partnerships, residential pick-up operations and book collection boxes across the U.S. and Canada. The company resells, donates, or responsibly recycles used books to achieve its mission. To date, Discover Books has donated more than 9 million books to those in need and has diverted over 500 million pounds of books from landfills.

Reading Partners

Reading Partners mobilizes communities to provide students with the proven, individualized reading support they need to read at grade level by fourth grade.  Reading Partners builds a partnership with teachers, parents, and community volunteers to provide students the support they need to succeed. By providing volunteer tutors research-based, structured lesson plans designed to focus on the individual needs of our students, Reading Partners is helping students become strong, confident readers with a passion for learning.

Baltimore Curriculum Project

A nonprofit that operates a network of neighborhood charter schools in East Baltimore:  City Springs Elementary/Middle School, Hampstead Hill Academy, and Wolfe Street Academy.  Mission:  To develop, implement and advocate for an innovative, sustainable, and replicable education model that improves student outcomes.  In so doing, the Baltimore Curriculum Project will help to raise educational standards and opportunities for disadvantaged youth and Baltimore City Schools.

The Baltimore Coalition for Grade Level Reading

A collaborative effort of funders, nonprofits and public organizations to close the gap in reading achievement that separates many low-income students from their peers; raise the bar for reading proficiency so that all students are assessed by world-class standards; and ensure that all children, including and especially from low-income families, have an equitable opportunity to meet those higher standards.

The Baltimore Elementary and Middle School Library Project

A multi-year, collaborative effort to design, build, equip, and staff new or renovated elementary and middle school libraries in high-poverty neighborhoods where many students face academic challenges.

​​Community Partnerships

The Maryland Book Bank is working with over 660 organizations to ensure that low-income children have the books they need to become reading proficient from Pre-K to the 12th grade.


We are involved with several key programs and coalitions that provide vital cooperative relationships in the quest to ensure that Baltimore's children receive the educational resources needed to be successful in school, at home and in the community.