Investing in and Serving Neighboring Communities

Since their founding in the late nineteenth century, the Johns Hopkins Institutions have been committed to investing in and serving Baltimore’s diverse communities. The University and the Health System have invested tens of millions of dollars in Baltimore neighborhoods. Examples include:

  • Investments in neighboring communities
  • Including local residents and businesses in the development and operations of the Johns Hopkins enterprise
  • Improving elementary and secondary education and expanding educational opportunity for young residents of Baltimore
  • Expanding access to – and improving the quality of – health care
  • Engagement of University students and Johns Hopkins employees in service to Baltimore communities
  • The University’s role as a cultural resource for local communities

Use the following link to learn more about the ways in which Johns Hopkins engages with the communities in which they operate.