SCNA Mission Statement

The membership of the State Center Neighborhood Alliance (SCNA), listed below, comprises over 25,000 city residents. Non-voting members are Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, University of Baltimore, and University of Maryland Medical System – Midtown Campus. Its supporters also include individuals and groups from across the City.

Members of SCNA:
Druid Heights Community Development Corporation
Heritage Crossing Residents Association
McCulloh Homes Residents Association
Madison Park Improvement Association
Marble Hill Association
Midtown Development Corporation
Mt. Royal Improvement Association
Mt. Vernon Belvedere Association
Pennsylvania Ave Redevelopment Collaborative
Seton Hill Association
United Baptist Missionary Convention & Auxiliaries of Maryland
Upton Planning Committee

The purposes of the Corporation [SCNA] are exclusively charitable, religious, educational, scientific and nonprofit as defined under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (or any corresponding provision of any future United States Internal Revenue Law or regulations thereunder, hereinafter collectively referred to as the Internal Revenue Code) as follows:
(A)  To provide the community voice to the development project occurring at State Center;
(B)  To leverage benefits for neighborhoods and residents in the impact zone;
(C)  To keep the Alliance and the greater community informed of the process; and
(D)  To undertake other projects, programs and activities not inconsistent with section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and applicable state law, including the making of distributions to organizations that qualify as exempt organizations under section 501(c)(3) the Internal Revenue Code, as the need to do so presents itself in the opinion of the Board of Directors.

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