January 2021
Ringing in the New Year
Happy New Year from our family here at The Baltimore Station to yours! We hope you all had a wonderful holiday season. The outpour of care from our supporters this season was amazing. Donors like you are the reason we are able to provide critical needs to the men in our programs. Here's just a sample of some of the donations we received:

On Christmas Eve we received our largest donation of the year from Linda’s Legacy. Their annual Christmas drive delivers coats, hats, gloves, hoodies, back packs, and assorted men’s clothing to the men of The Baltimore Station.

Canteen Vending & Coffee Services donated five pallets worth of coffee, drinks, and snacks which will be used throughout the year.

The Church of the Nativity purchased cleaning supplies for us through their own custom Amazon Wishlist, having all donations shipped directly to The Baltimore Station.

Domain Rental Furnishing also helped by donating vacuums, coffee makers, microwaves and much more to help make sure we have everything we need at the Crowne Plaza for the men and staff. Here at The Station, we have truly felt the support from our community during these trying times.

We look forward to this new year and to see what we can accomplish together. Our Development team is hard at work planning fun and engaging events to keep all our donors and volunteers engaged virtually until we can see all your smiling faces again. Be sure to keep up to date on the different happenings at The Baltimore Station through our website and social media!
Meet Alexandra Protos
We would like to introduce our new Donor Operations Manager, Alexandra Protos to The Baltimore Station family.

Alexandra recently joined us at the end of October coming from the transportation industry with more than five years of experience working in logistics. In her new role, Alexandra will be responsible for a host of projects including, but not limited to, managing our website, data analysis and reporting, first-time donor stewardship, event management and preparing our monthly newsletter-Station Stories. 

Originally from the Eastern Shore, Alexandra moved to the Baltimore area during her college years. She was first introduced to The Station two years ago when she started volunteering. She worked at fundraising events, helped serve dinner to the residents, and engaged in softball games. Alexandra’s passion towards our mission is what officially brought her to The Station for work. Additionally, her determination and attention to detail will make a great addition to our Development team! 

Should you have any questions about a recent donation you made or just to say hello, please don’t hesitate to reach out to Alexandra at
In the News
The Baltimore Station and the Crowne Plaza Baltimore-Inner Harbor Hotel created a unique partnership to protect our residents from COVID-19 and keep our vulnerable population safe while participating in our program. WJZ recently did a story about this partnership and the impact it has on the men that we serve. Learn more here: