Welcome to the Greater Northwood Covenant Association. We are a six-neighborhood organization in northeast Baltimore City established in 1931 and updated in 1972 to promote clean and safe neighborhoods. Through the establishment of mandatory annual dues and in partnership with our founding neighborhoods, the GNCA provides community maintenance and improvement projects for 2,709 residences in the greater Northwood area.
Mission: Greater Northwood Covenant Association is a 501c4 nonprofit organization whose formal mission is “To Promote Clean and Safe Neighborhoods”. Daily Operations: Households in the Greater Northwood Covenant Association pay mandatory annual dues (30¢/100 sq. ft. of property), a portion of which is returned to the community to carry out community improvement or maintenance projects. The… Continue reading Activities
The GNCA applied for and was awarded a grant from The Johns Hopkins Neighborhood fund to assist members of our community who may be experiencing food insecurity or other unexpected expenses due to the Covid-19 pandemic. In order to reach and support the most number of people possible, we are limiting each one-time request to… Continue reading Covid-19 Grant
Due to COVID-19, we are changing our quarterly meeting to a virtual meeting. Saturday, Jun 6, 2020 10:00 am | 2 hours | (UTC-04:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada) Meeting number: 126 222 6050 Password: 9UfqSv (983778 from phones and video systems) https://holycovenant.my.webex.com/holycovenant.my/j.php?MTID=mbe29346aad0d29fea1a49343266d5ecc Join by video system Dial firstname.lastname@example.org You can also dial 184.108.40.206 and enter… Continue reading GNCA QUARTERLY MEETING – June 2020
If you or someone you know is experiencing food insecurity, you can apply for SNAP. Click here if you want to check if you are eligible. To apply online, click here. May and June funds will be the max amount allowed due to the pandemic. The city has also added food box pick ups. Click… Continue reading Food Insecure?
We would like to invite you to have a conversation with Senator Washington around food access, creating a sustainable, and equitable food system, this Thursday, May 7th @6pm. The Senator will be joined by a panel of guests to discuss various food initiatives and challenges around the district. Among the panelist will be Director Holly Freishtat from the… Continue reading VIRTUAL TOWNHALL- “FOOD ACCESS: CREATING A SUSTAINABLE & EQUITABLE FOOD SYSTEM”
Contact Tracing is already underway statewide through the efforts of our local health departments. To supplement that effort, the Maryland Department of Health has entered into a contract with the National Opinion Research Center (NORC), which is the nation’s oldest and largest university-based firm operated by the University of Chicago with corporate offices in Bethesda,… Continue reading Contact Tracing Opportunities in Maryland
As established in its amended Articles of Incorporation in 1972, the Greater Northwood Covenant Association is made up of seven communities: Ednor Gardens-Lakeside In the Ednor Gardens/Lakeside Association, Inc.: The Alameda 4018-4060 (even) Argonne Drive 901-967 (odd) North Hill 901-991 (See more about Ednor Gardens-Lakeside on their website, Wikipedia, Live Baltimore and the Baltimore Sun) Pen… Continue reading Membership