Baltimore Christian School
The Baltimore Christian School uses a comprehensive youth development approach, proven educational practices and extensive partnering with community systems to offer quality education to youth in the Baltimore region in a supportive atmosphere. Read more at:Baltimore Christian School
Baltimore Urban Program
A six-week intensive internship that provides an understanding of the city and spiritual life-lessons as members serve with various urban ministries within the Baltimore region. Read more at: Baltimore Urban Program
The Baltimore Youth Alliance, Inc. (BYA)
BYA was established to improve the lives of disadvantaged youth in the Baltimore region. Incorporated in 1998, the organization’s driving force is to identify challenges that prevent many African-American students from translating school performance into college entry.
First Baptist Church of Pimlico Scholarship Committee
This committee enables minority students the chance to pursue a college education through financial assistance, mentorship and spiritual accountability provided by the scholarship committee. This program has positively impacted forty students since 2001.
Freedom Temple AME Zion Church
A multi-generational, multi-ethnic, and multi-cultural church, Freedom Temple AME Zion promotes the name and ministry of Jesus Christ in a creative, Christian community focused on youth and family development. Read more at: Freedom Temple AME Zion Church
Started in 2008, this church focuses on loving its neighbors, serving the community and learning the deep history of Baltimore. With its large community services, the church lays the foundation for its mission in gatherings where teaching the Scriptures and sharing corporate worship and baptism occur. Read more at: Gallery Church
Mission Possible Ministries
Founded by a group of Christian men and women, the ministry desires to help others in need and brings individuals to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ. The group of volunteers supports the homeless, feeds and clothes the poor, assists the unemployed and visits the sick. Read more at: Mission Possible Ministries
Solid Rock Ministries
Providing interested individuals with teachings, mentoring and positive role modeling, the ministry builds strong moral values and provides support for each participant to make positive life choices. Solid Rock Ministries places a strong emphasis on mentoring inner-city teens. Read more at: Solid Rock Ministries
Food Pantry Program Partners
The Door’s Food Pantry Partners provide food, year-round to the community. Since 2005, 5,000 food baskets have been distributed to needy residents as a result of the support of our partners.
Clearview Baptist Church
Maryland Food Bank
Project Lazarus Program Partners
The Door’s Project Lazarus Partners provide tools and operational support to the program; assisting The Door to offer competitively priced rehab housing work and also provide job-training to hard-to-employ individuals.
Black & Decker
Dismas House, Inc. (a transitional facility in Baltimore)
Baltimore Trades Guild
Habitat for Humanity
C.A.R.E. Program Partners
These partners play a critical role in our community outreach efforts to reduce violence and support and maintain cleanliness initiatives throughout the neighborhoods.
C.A.R.E Community Association
Banner Neighborhood Association
McElderry Park Association
One4One Mentoring Program Partners
The Door’s One4One Mentoring Partners play an invaluable role in assisting our programs to develop our youth academically and spiritually through positive adult-child relationships.
The Boys and Girls Club of Westminster
Johns Hopkins Hospital and University
Patterson Park Public Charter School
Tench Tilghman Elementary/Middle School
Commodore John Rodgers Elementary/Middle School