Train your Dragon Boats to Paddle Out Poverty

/Train your Dragon Boats to Paddle Out Poverty

Train your Dragon Boats to Paddle Out Poverty

On the Canton waterfront, Monday through Thursday evening, employees from national and regional businesses, non-profits, educational and medical institutions step away from their office and into 20-foot Dragon Boat canoes to train for the 11th Biennial Dragon Boat Races scheduled for Saturday, September 8 at the Inner Harbor. All teams are participating to paddle out poverty and support specific Catholic Charities’ programs. The following is a list of the teams and their partner programs:

Platinum sponsors
BGE: My Sister’s Place Women’s Center
Harkins Builders, Inc.: Villa Maria School

Gold sponsors
Allegis Group: Sarah’s House
Hamel Builders: Center for Family Services
Johns Hopkins Health Care (2): Our Daily Bread Employment Center
KPMG, LLP: Head Start of Baltimore City
M&T Bank: Weinberg Housing and Resource Center
The Whiting-Turner Contracting Co.: Family Stability Program

Team Sponsors
Bank of America: Christopher Place Employment Academy
Brown Advisory: Esperanza Center
CohnReznick: Sarah’s House Childcare
DAP Products Inc.: Esperanza Center Medical Floor
Erickson Living: St. Ann Adult Day Services
Heritage Financial: St. Elizabeth’s Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
Legg Mason Global Asset Management: Hosanna House
Oath: A Verizon Company: Lansdowne Therapeutic After-School Program
PayPal: Anna’s House
PNC Bank: Head Start & Early Head Start (Carroll & Harford Counties)
T. Rowe Price: St. Vincent’s Villa
Transamerica: My Sister’s Place Lodge
Wells Fargo: Head Start of Baltimore City
The Annie E. Casey Foundation: Project Fresh Start
Archdiocese of Baltimore: Gallagher Services
Catholic Charities: Catholic Charities
Catholic Relief Services: Holden Hall
St. John the Evangelist School (Severna Park): De Paul House

2018-08-02T15:04:51+00:00July 31st, 2018|