The Heart of America transforms spaces into modern learning environments so that students and communities can learn and grow. With the help of partners like you, we have distributed more than 4 million books in 45 states. We've refurbished more than 360 libraries, cafeterias, and educational spaces. We’ve provided vital technology including desktop and laptop computers, e-readers, tablets, interactive whiteboards, robotics, and e-books. The result? We've helped launch a generation of children to bright futures. Let's see what else we can accomplish together!
We're celebrating Baltimore's James McHenry Elementary/Middle all week with our friends and volunteers from Under Armour! Today teams taped off and painted several areas of the school, cleared the entire auditorium seating for new flooring later this week, prepared the stage, built furniture, and even endured some wet weather to clear brush and prepare landscaping. Thank you to all our partners, community, and volunteers who made a difference at James McHenry School today! #UAGiveBack Baltimore City Public Schools ... See MoreSee Less
We're celebrating Baltimore's James McHenry Elementary/Middle all week with our friends and volunteers from @[8741241286:274:Under Armour]! Today teams taped off and painted several areas of the schoo...
A special thanks to the @[92774416228:274:Baltimore Ravens] and @[106101022837358:274:Baltimore City Public Schools] for making this school makeover at Mary Ann Winterling in Baltimore, Maryland possi...
This month, Heart of America turns 20! We’re celebrating our special anniversary with a look back at our past 20 years. Follow our journey over the coming months with stories and images capturing some of our favorite memories and adventures yet to come!
Heart of America: Giving communities the space to grow for 20 years ... See MoreSee Less
On Tuesday, community volunteers put the finishing touches on Brandywine Elementary's courtyard transforming it into a beautiful new center for learning. Local landscape designer, Terri Borges, envisioned an inviting space for students, community, and staff to enjoy as part of classroom work as well as before and after school programming.
Volunteers completed the transformation that began earlier this month thanks to several local groups who volunteered their time.
The brand-new courtyard features planting beds for students to grow flowers and vegetables, a butterfly garden, a labyrinth, recycled plastic bench seating, a colorful outdoor classroom and chalkboard, and several shaded learning areas.
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On Tuesday, community volunteers put the finishing touches on Brandywine Elementary's courtyard transforming it into a beautiful new center for learning. Local landscape designer, Terri Borges, envisi...