Benefits include: (1) BCP President will recognenize your organization as a leading sponsor during program; (2)Opportunity to display organization’s signage and/or collateral at event. (3) Logo prominently displayed on all event collateral including event mailing. (4) Logo and link on BCP event website and Facebook fan page; (5)Logo in BCP newsletter; and (6) 10 tickets to the event.
Benefits include: (1) Logo displayed on all event collateral including event mailing; (2) Opportunity to display organization’s signage and/or collateral at event; (3) Logo and link on BCP event website and Facebook fan page; and (4) 5 tickets to the event.
Choose your amount: $
Please enter the amount you'd like to donate
Please enter an amount greater then or equal to $0
Please enter a number
Would you also like to add a donation?
Choose your amount: $
Please enter an amount greater than or equal to $0
No, thank you.
Watch the best Quiz Show in town as Baltimore City Schools CEO Andres Alonso, Comedian Mickey Cucchiella, Houston Texans Wide Receiver Bryant Johnson and Baltimore City MayorStephanie Rawlings-Blake compete with BCP students.Enjoy dinner, drinks, a silent auction, and live music by Tony Berry & New Money.
Dr. Andres Alonso has served as CEO of Baltimore City Public Schools (City Schools) since 2007. During his tenure, Baltimore City students have reached their highest outcomes in state exams, across all categories of students. City Schools saw its enrollment climb, following four decades of steady enrollment decline. It posted its best-ever dropout and graduation rates. Throughout his career Dr. Alonso has been defined by his fervent commitment to students and their families. He loves Cuban culture. Dr. Alonso graduated Magna Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Columbia University, and earned a J.D. and a Doctorate in Education from Harvard University.
Mickey Cucchiella is a professional comedian. He is currently a morning show host in Baltimore, Maryland, on WIYY, 98Rock (97.9 FM). If cutting edge comedy and a hatred of political correctness is what you like Mickey is for you.
Bryant Andrew Johnson is a wide receiver for the Houston Texans. He started playing football when he was 8, and played for his middle school before entering Baltimore City College High School, where he played football and basketball and ran track. After graduating, Johnson received a scholarship to Penn State, where he was named to the Big 10 All-First Team and earned a bachelor’s degree in sociology. He played for the Arizona Cardinials, the San Fransisco 49ers and the Detroit Lions before being signed by the Texans. Johnson returns to Baltimore to visit family and to work with his new foundation, Beyond 80 Ways., which provides athletic, educational, and mentoring programs to single-parent families.
Stephanie Rawlings-Blake was sworn in as Baltimore’s 49th mayor on February 4, 2010. She had served as City Council President since November 2007. Rawlings-Blake was first elected to the Baltimore City Council in 1995 at age 25, the youngest person ever elected to the City Council. She represented the Council’s 5th District from 1995 to 2004 and the 6th District from 2004 to 2007, serving communities throughout West and Northwest Baltimore. She also served as Council Vice-President from 1999 to 2007. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Oberlin College and received her Juris Doctor from the University of Maryland School of Law in 1995.
Koli Tengella is a teacher and an actor, with a passion for both. In 2010 he received an Open Society Institute-Baltimore Community Fellowship to create theater troupes with fifth- through eighth-graders, whose performances explore social justice issues, enrich their academic studies and teach life skills. Tengella teaches theater arts and acting at Collington Square School of the Arts. He has written and directed two short feature films with his student actors—both of which have been official selections of three film festivals. He is also a professional stand-up comic and has acted in performances at Center Stage and Washington D.C.’s Arena Stage.
The Baltimore Curriculum Project empowers four neighborhood charter schools with the tools, training, and support they need to help every child succeed. Our schools include: City Springs Elementary/Middle School, Collington Square School of the Arts, Wolfe Street Academy, and Hampstead Hill Academy.