WHITE MARSH, MD—The ribbon has officially been cut.
The Exchangeree at THE AVENUE at White Marsh held a grand opening and ribbon-cutting on Wednesday morning.
The new resource center will serve Baltimore County Public Schools educators and administrators with free school supplies, winter clothing, and a location for educators to collaborate together throughout the school year.
“We are excited for this addition to the center and for our continued team effort to support our community,” said officials with THE AVENUE at White Marsh.
Since The Exchangeree’s first location opened in the Windsor Mill area in January 2019, The Education Foundation has used the facility to distribute more than $165,000 worth of school and art supplies and classroom materials to nearly 3,000 Baltimore County educators. In addition, The Exchangeree has hosted several learning experiences for BCPS teachers.
The first location opened through a partnership with the Merritt Companies and has been sustained by generous donations from business and community partners.