Thank you to our 20 year anniversary sponsors!

Intersection of Change extends a big thank you to the many sponsors who helped support our work this year! They are helping us to continue to serve our community with programs that enrich the economic, social and spiritual lives of those dealing with poverty related issues in our west Baltimore communities.

Bronze Sponsors:

Barty & Claiborn Carr
Cazbar & Homeslyce
Daniel Motz & Coldwell Banker
Johns Hopkins University & Medicine
CW & Amelia Harris

Supporter Sponsors:

Ameriprise Financial
AGM Financial
Bendann Art Galleries
Brentwood Automotive
Cordish Family Foundation
Episcopal Housing Corporation
Gordon – Feinblatt, LLC – Attorneys at Law
MECU (Municipal Employees Credit Union)
Newborn Community of Faith Church
Towson University – College of Fine Arts & Communication
T. Rowe Price

Friendship Sponsors:

Brown Advisory
Byrnes & Associates
Karen M. Griffin
LCR Jazzy Events
L&H Business Consulting
Mason & Carter Insurance
Michael & Jane Glick
New Song Community Church
P&J Contracting

In-kind sponsors:

Blue House Productions
Loane Bros.

Media Sponsor:


Join us for our 20 year anniversary events!

IOC anniversary eventsHelp us celebrate our 20 year anniversary and raise funding to support our ongoing work at these upcoming events:

Please also help us spread the word with the web links above or on Facebook at:

Celebrate our 20 year anniversary – become a sponsor today!

Celebrate our 20 year anniversary – become a supporter today!

We are celebrating our 20 years of change through FREEDOM, BEAUTY, and CREATIVITY with a week of events* in September 2016 and launching our new vision for the year 2020 in the following ways:

Champion Freedom:
Offering addiction care and treatment to another 150 women
Engaging over 100 teens in our Youth in Business class to become entrepreneurs

Cultivate Beauty:
Creating 10 new community murals
Employ 200 community members and Baltimore artists in our community development

Foster Creativity:
Provide art classes and community art projects to 10,000 youth and adults
Offer opportunity for artistic expression, income, and a path to career opportunities in the arts


Our sponsor packet shows how you can help support our current and ongoing work. The four events* of this 2020 celebration will draw over 600 attendees from the public and private sectors including elected officials, corporate leaders, community partners and private citizens. We also reach thousands more with promotions, advertising, and direct correspondence.

At a time when local and national attention has focused on last year’s civil unrest in Baltimore (much of it focused here in our own community), we ask for your support and partnership to celebrate our work which has shown how it is possible to achieve meaningful progress on difficult issues.

Please join us by reviewing our sponsor packet and select a level of involvement. For any questions contact Todd Marcus at and 410.728.2227.


*2020 Celebration events include:
Saturday, September 17: Dancing for a Cause
Monday, September 19: Golf Tournament
Tuesday, September 20: Anniversary Dinner
Saturday, November 12: Deck the Walls

Newborn Holistic Ministries adopts new names of Intersection of Change

After 20 years since its founding, Newborn Holistic Ministries has taken a new name to better convey the community development work it has done all these years.  We are now named Intersection of Change to better capture our work of addressing unmet community services and transforming our intersection at  Pennsylvania Avenue and Presstman Street into a revitalized asset to our community.

NHM’s Jubilee Arts program employs 80 youth to create murals

This summer, NHM’s Jubilee Arts program launched a massive project that employed 80 youth and eight artists to creat eight major murals in our community.  The project was a powerful response to respond to the unrest of April 27. The project, called Art@Work: Sandtown, created  murals to beautify our community and the youth involved who collected input for designs from community members, gave a presentation for public comment, and painted each mural.

Many thanks to our project partners Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts and Youthworks Baltimore and generous funding support by The Abell Foundation, Baltimore Department of Housing, Clayton Baker Trust, France-Merrick Foundation, Lockhart Vaughan Foundation, WBAL Kids Campaign and YouthWorks.

Check out photos at:

Martha’s Place golf tournament set for Monday, May 11th

The 7th Annual Martha’s Place Golf Tournament will be on Monday, May 11, 2015 is a fun way to support the program’s work serving women overcoming drug addiction and homelessness.  It will be a great day of golf, giving, and food at Hunt Valley Golf Club in Baltimore Maryland.  The bramble style tournament starts at 9am and features giveaways, contests, and competitive golf. The event is currently accepting sponsors and is a great opportunity for companies and individuals to contribute to a worthy and successful cause in the city of Baltimore. For full details CLICK HERE to see details on our site or call Todd Marcus at 410.728.2227 for more information or questions.

NHM to celebrate 14th anniversary of its Martha’s Place program

Join Martha’s Place on Tuesday, September 23 at 5:30pm as we celebrate the 14th year of the program’s work to help women overcome drug addiction and homelessness.

This 14th Anniversary Fundraiser is the year’s main event to raise critical funding needed ensure the operation and ongoing services of Martha’s Place. The event is held at:

Martha’s Place
1928 Pennsylvania Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21217

The event is held outdoors under a tent in the Martha’s Place garden and highlights include:
– tours of the Martha’s Place six-month transitional program
– tours of the Martha’s Place long-term program
– live jazz
– appetizers and full dinner
– program about Martha’s Place

While this fundraiser is not a ticketed event, guests are asked to contribute generously with a donation at the close of the evening’s program.

To RSVP call 410.728.8402 or email To learn more about Martha’s Place visit:

NHM founder featured in article by Al Jazeera America.

Newborn Holistic Ministries founder Elder C.W. Harris has never been one to stop fighting for our community. In fact, even after our work establishing our Martha’s Place and Jubilee Arts programs, he’s still at work! Most recently he’s been working to establish Strength to Love 2, a program serving ex-offenders in our community that has turned to urban farming both to create jobs and offer fresh food in our community. Check out the great article HERE in Al Jazeera America by journalist Alia Malek.

Jubilee Arts and No Boundaries Coalition host major community festival!

This year’s Jubilee Arts art fair again joined forces with our community partner No Boundaries Coalition to hold a joint community celebration on May 17 at our intersection of Pennsylvania Avenue and Presstman Street.

The event was a huge success bringing community members together to celebrate our neighborhoods in what once was a vacant park dominated by drug dealing. But check out the photos HERE to see what a tremendous community asset this area has become!

Jubilee Arts open-house/art fundraiser set for Thursday, December 5th

Join Jubilee Arts on site at its art studios on Thursday, December 5th, 2013 from 5:30-7:30pm for a one-of-a-kind art sale and event to raise money to support Jubilee’s art and dance programming. Come to see art like you’ve never seen before from the ceiling to the floor. Affordable art, functional and non-functional pieces available at reasonable prices by local artists, Jubilee Art participants, and special guests. Just in time for your Holiday shopping and decorations.

For tickets and info CLICK HERE