Be the Change Bmore helps connect people with issues and campaigns that can use their contributions of time and money. We support a range of progressive candidates and important reforms. As we work together, we build a sense of community.

Our major focus through November 3, 2020 is the election because it is clear that change is essential to saving and building our democracy. However, we don’t want to forget issues and people needing our support now.

We will keep this page updated as we learn about more effective organizations and efforts.  Please let us know what you hear about.

Winning in November

These are local groups- or national groups with a local organizer working toward Democratic victories in November.  

Join Indivisible Baltimore – local chapter of the nationwide Indivisible movement dedicated to protecting our communities and our values by resisting the Trump agenda. Sign up to learn about local actions you can take.

Sign up for Allies for PA- grassroots activists in Maryland allied to help flip PA blue in 2020! Learn how you can turn PA Blue:

Write letters or postcards to people we are hoping to convince to vote blue.  Working America-the community affiliate of the AFL-CIO, makes sure that the priorities of working people, their families and communities are heard. Sign up here: We are writing to North Carolina, though you are free to choose another state if you prefer.

Police Reform

The groups listed below have been working on issues of police accountability long before the latest incidents.  Please join and/or donate to support their work.

Organizing Black – building local power through transformational Black direct action organizing, political education, and participatory governance practices.

SURJ – a national network of groups and individuals working to undermine white supremacy and to work toward racial justice. 

CASA – working to organize, advocate for, and expand opportunities for Latino and immigrant people in the states of Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. 

Jews United for Justice – advancing economic, racial, and social justice in the Baltimore-Washington region by educating and mobilizing local Jewish communities to advance issue-based campaigns for concrete improvements in people’s lives. 

Helping Those Most Affected by Coronavirus

Here are some ways to help those most affected:

To help undocumented and other immigrants, go to: CASA and click “support the solidarity fund”

Baltimore City and Baltimore County both have funds responding to immediate needs and need financial donations.

The Fund for Educational Excellence is managing the Baltimore City Public Schools Emergency Support Fund, which is seeking donations to provide food to students and their families and support families’ immense need for the technology and internet access.