Partners & Sponsors

Current sponsors
(Fall 2017–Spring 2018)

Sponsors of Baltimore-Rotterdam Operation Trash projects
in South Baltimore Gateway Schools:

Baltimore City Office of the Mayor   Baltimore Office of Sustainability logo   Baltimore-Rotterdam Sister City Committee logo

WNF

Wereld Natuur Fonds, the Netherlands Chapter of World Wildlife Fund for Nature

Grant for Fall 2017 workshops with Filbert Street Community Garden:

SB7 CoalitionPartial funding provided by a SB7 Sagamore grant

We are currently soliciting funding for spring 2018 Operation Trash activities for the Brooklyn-Curtis Bay community, which will include community cleanup events in conjunction with Filbert Street Community Garden.

We are also soliciting sponsorships for a performance about trash to be held during GreenPort Congress America in May 2018.

Contact us for more information.


Spring 2017 sponsors

Sponsors of the spring 2017 Operation Trash exchange project
with Baltimore-Rotterdam schools:

CSX Beyond Our Rails logo   MECU Foundation        Baltimore Office of Sustainability logo    Baltimore-Rotterdam Sister City Committee logo

WNF

Wereld Natuur Fonds, the Netherlands Chapter of World Wildlife Fund for Nature


Financial support over the years

Activities associated with the Baltimore-Rotterdam art/educational exchanges since 2008 have been partially funded by the following organizations:


Supporting institutions over the years

Many institutions have a connection with the Baltimore-Rotterdam artist exchange and its activities and provided support, as it evolved over time. They include:

USA

Netherlands


About BRSCC

The Baltimore-Rotterdam Sister City Committee (BRSCC) is a volunteer-run committee based in Baltimore that conducts the sister city affairs. It is member of the Baltimore Sister Cities 501(c)(3) association, which is affiliated with the Baltimore Mayor’s Office. BRSCC promotes economic, cultural, educational, health/environmental and other cooperation and exchanges between Baltimore, Maryland, USA and Rotterdam, the Netherlands, and supports Baltimore region’s other activities and programs related to the Netherlands and the local Dutch community. The committee encourages engagement between the two cities to creatively learn, work, and solve problems together through reciprocal exchanges and projects.

More about our committee and its mission

Visit the BRSCC web site  and Facebook page for more information about the Baltimore-Rotterdam Sister City Committee’s activities. Visit the BSC web site for more information about all of Baltimore’s Sister Cities.