Shaquille O’Neal Partners with Steady App to Help Workers Achieve Financial Security

Shaquille O’Neal Partners with Steady App to Help Workers Achieve Financial Security

Despite working multiple jobs to make ends meet, many people still face financial insecurity. To help workers improve earnings, current “NBA on TNT” analyst and businessman Shaquille O’Neal is teaming up with Steady, an Atlanta-based company founded to help people find work and achieve financial stability… 

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Ray Lewis’ Power52 Foundation Prepares Individuals for Careers in Maryland’s Solar Industry

Ray Lewis’ Power52 Foundation Prepares Individuals for Careers in Maryland’s Solar Industry

NFL legend Ray Lewis, Baltimore-based solar developer Cherie Brooks and real estate executive Rob Wallace are on a mission to expand opportunity in the solar business for underserved individuals. Desiring to break the cycle of poverty, unemployment, under-employment and incarceration in Baltimore and other cities across the country, Lewis, Brooks and Wallace formed the Power52 Foundation, a non-profit organization that provides training for success in the clean energy industry… 

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Baltimore Ravens Donate $100,000 to Help Low-Income Workers Obtain Construction Jobs

Baltimore Ravens Donate $100,000 to Help Low-Income Workers Obtain Construction Jobs

In an effort to reduce economic inequality in Maryland communities, the Baltimore Ravens announced on December 11 that the franchise and its players are contributing $100,000 to Job Opportunities Task Force (JOTF), an independent nonprofit organization that focuses on eliminating economic barriers and creating pathways for low-income workers to prosper. The donation will directly assist jobseekers in finding high-paying jobs in the construction industry through JOTF's Project JumpStart program…

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