Fight Blight Bmore Awarded 2018 BWiT Micro-Grant


Fight Blight Bmore is proud to announce its BWiT micro-grant award. FBB was one of 49 applicants and one of the eight recipients awarded. Learn more below about this opportunity that will afford us the opportunity to grow our efforts including the #FightBlightBmore app that is currently in its final testing stages.

"One of the main goals of the  Baltimore Women in Tech (BWiT) Micro Grants Program is to support and empower women in the Baltimore tech community by giving women the opportunity to receive funding for their tech project."

Read the full article here and learn about each of the organizations led by women in tech here in Baltimore. Link to article: #WomeninTech #BaltimoreTech #BaltimoreCorps #WomenofColorinTech #FightBlightBmore #AuditBaltimore

Learn more about our efforts and how you can partner with us to create positive change in #Baltimore for our community. Visit, or email

About The Author/ Founder, Nneka N’namdi is a Baltimore based entrepreneur engaged in conscious capitalism and community wellness work. As a member of the team, she curates community space for artistic, economic and social ventures.Her work as an environmental activist has resulted in the following awards and fellowships, including: Baltimore Corps Elevation Award (2017), Associated Black Charities Women on the Move Award (2017), and Kaiser Permanente Social Innovation Challenge- JUICE Accelerator Winner (2016). #FightBlightBmore #AuditBmore #Blight2Bright