Join a Working Group

The working groups are open to members and non-members dedicated to

solving some of the most important issues facing children of incarcerated

parents and low-income families in Maryland. These groups are formed

from key advocacy priorities identified by MI’s Committees. Each

working group is chaired by an MI Board member who reports the group’s

strategies to the appropriate committee.


Join a Committee

MI’s Child Advocacy and Workforce Development Committees set the policy

agenda and advocacy priorities for MI.  The committees also craft strategies for working to solve a wide variety of issues plaguing our youngest members of society being affected by incarceration and recidivism a well as gaps in our local and state workforce development programs.  MI committees are only open to MI members.

Attend a Meeting

We hold regular meetings on a variety of timely topics of special interest to members. These meetings offer

opportunities for networking and provide a forum in which members and others can discuss current community

development issues, dialogue with government officials and learn about current advocacy agendas.  We also have 

quarterly social events (ice cream socials, donut doozies, pizza party, etc.) to help stay connected with the community helping them see what MI is all about. 


Become a Member

Become a member and stay informed about housing and economic development issues through member benefits 

including discounted training; subscription to MI’s quarterly newsletter, the Chronicle; eligibility to join MI committees and

much more!

Learn more on our membership page.


Become a Volunteer

Volunteering is an act of kindness and love that can be extremely rewarding.  Join us and help coordinate fundraising activities, create and grow the community and corporate support, communicate as a guest blogger or newsletter contributor.  We can even use your administrative and operational skills in our corporate office to support our overall great cause!

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