Community Partners


Collaboration Enhances Impact

Community-based organizations understand the needs of residents, have experience serving them, and have built up trust and relationships over the years. Working in partnership with other service providers benefits organizations by enhancing available resources, filling in knowledge gaps, and expanding outreach to those in need. Many of Seedco’s programs rely upon local partnerships to reach such objectives. 

Seedco’s partners include:

  • Acacia Network
  • Baltimore Mayor’s Office of Human Services – ReEntry Division
  • Baltimore Workforce Investment Board
  • Bon Secours Community Works
  • BronxWorks
  • CASH Campaign of Maryland
  • Center of Help
  • CHOP Tank
  • Eastern Shore Area Health Education Center (ESAHEC)
  • Greater Memphis Alliance for a Competitive Workforce
  • Job Opportunities Task Force
  • JobsFirstNYC
  • Maryland Department of Public Safety & Correctional Services
  • MDRC
  • Memphis/Shelby County Workforce Investment Network
  • NYC Center for Youth Employment
  • Shelby County Division of Corrections
  • Social Finance
  • St. Ann’s Corner of Harm Reduction (SACHR)
  • Triangle Health Alliance
  • United Way of the Mid-South
  • West Cecil Health Center


Service in Six States

We have a program specific to Arkansas, Connecticut, Georgia, Maryland, New York, and Tennessee – and we always welcome opportunities to explore new communities.

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