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Support the Office of the State’s Attorney’s mission to create a future for Baltimore City where community confidence in the criminal justice system is restored, violent repeat offenders are held accountable, and communities feel safe. The BCSAO takes a holistic approach to fighting crime keeping the community informed, investing in Baltimore’s youth before they encounter the criminal justice system and providing second-chance opportunities to first-time nonviolent offenders.  Your donation will support BCSAO programs like:

  • The Junior State’s Attorney Program, which introduces promising middle school students to the criminal justice profession, not just the system
  • The Aim to B’MORE program, an innovative diversionary program that provides, first-time non-violent, felony drug offenders an alternative to incarceration
  • Project 17, launched by the BCSAO in 2017 for Baltimore high school students, which provides monthly workshops and supports to help students achieve academic excellence, reduce truancy, and earn practical work experience
  • The Crime Victims' Emergency Fund (VEF), managed by the Victim & Witness Unit of the BCSAO, which helps victims with the immediate needs that arise as a result of a victim’s encounter with crime

With your support, we can work toward a brighter, safer Baltimore. Donations can be made online using the link below or mailed to:

Office of the State’s Attorney for Baltimore City
Attn: Nicole Harris-Crest
120 E. Baltimore Street
Baltimore, MD 21202

Please make checks payable to the Baltimore City Foundation, and include "BCSAO Acct 206" in the memo line of your check. Thank you for your support.