EASTON, MD – April 2021 – Mid-Shore Pro Bono (MSPB), a non-profit organization on Maryland’s Eastern Shore that provides free access to legal services to low-income community members, today announced its search for new MSPB board members to expand the organization’s impact on the mid and lower shore communities it serves. “As we celebrate 15 years of providing civil legal assistance to individuals and families, we are planning ahead for the future of our organization and are seeking results driven
Mid-Shore Pro Bono (MSPB) is taking action to help tenants who are being evicted even after Governor Hogan’s executive order was issued to halt certain evictions during the COVID pandemic. And while Maryland courts have also issued their own halt for failure to pay rent cases through the end of the year – people in our own community are still being evicted from their homes. What people need to know!While currently there are limited protections available for tenants, these protections do not automatically
Due to COVID-19, the Mid-Shore Community Foundation’s 2020 Annual Awards and Report to the Community will be held via a virtual format. The annual event will highlight recent activities and will recognize individuals and organizations whose contributions have made a positive and substantial impact on the community. This year’s honorees include: JoAnn Asparagus-Murray, Childlene Brooks, Anne Clucas and Debbie Molchan of St. Vincent de Paul, Jeff Horstman of ShoreRivers, Sandy Brown of Mid-Shore Pro Bono,
EASTON, MD – October 29, 2020 – Mid-Shore Pro Bono, a non-profit organization on Maryland’s Eastern Shore that provides free access to legal services to low income community members, today announced it has been awarded a grant for FY21, supported by the Opioid Operational Command Center (OOCC) competitive grant program. The OOCC is an agency of the state government. The views presented here are those of the grantee organization and not necessarily those of the OOCC, its Executive Director, or its staff.