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April 29, 2017:

Kevin Field of the Hickory North Carolina Guardian Angels which is also part of the Baltimore region helps his community deal with a school bully situation at Bunker Hill High school. The incident of a kid being attacked unprovoked was posted on the social network and "Chapter Commander "Papa Don" stepped in immediately to help with damage control. Christain a Jr. Angel in Hickory went to school the next day in his Jr. Angel uniform to show support for the bullied kid and to send a signal that bullying will not be tolerated.

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September 24, 2016:

St. Mark’s United Church of Christ’s 100 Year Anniversary Party

St. Mark’s United Church of Christ is home to the Baltimore Guardian Angels Chapter. This Church, a has served the Morrell Park Community in Southwest Baltimore since 1916.

On September 24th, 2016, St. Mark’s celebrated it’s 100th year Anniversary with a Community Event.

The Baltimore Guardian Angels were honored to be a part of the Celebration.  

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September 24, 2016:

3rd Morrell Park Safety Walk

The Morrell Park Guardian Angel Watch Members along with the Baltimore Police Department, and the Residents of Morrell Park attended the 3rd Safety Walk which was led by The Baltimore Guardian Angels. These residents are making strides toward cleaning up their community by taking a stand against Crime. The Safety Walks are a way for this community to send the message that Crime and Violence will not be Tolerated on their Streets and In their Neighborhood.

For More Information on The Baltimore Guardian Angels, or to Find Out how You can Start a Walk in Your Neighborhood, Contact the Baltimore Guardian Angels.


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September 22, 2016:

Irvington COP Walk

The Irvington Community, located in Southwest Baltimore, hosts a biweekly Citizens on Patrol Walk, which The Baltimore Guardian Angels are often invited to attend. This Baltimore Neighborhood has an estimated 4500 residents.

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September 18, 2016:

Essex Day Festival 2016

The Baltimore Guardian Angels participated in the 41st Annual Essex Day Festival. This year’s event was a return to the roots of the Festival. With 3 stages throughout the Festival A Variety of Food Vendors, and the Festival was host to Community Organizations Non Profits.

The Angels of the Baltimore Chapter also had the opportunity to catch up with some “Old Friends” and greeted some New Friends As Well.

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August 31, 2016:

The Baltimore Guardian Angels, Baltimore Police department and Actor/Comedian Guy Richards form Partnership to Raise Awareness and Fight Stigma Associated with Mental Illness.

Baltimore City’s “Top Cop,” Commissioner Kevin Davis, announced at a Press Conference on August 31, 2016, that the Baltimore Police Department, Guardian Angels and Actor/Comedian Guy Richards are teaming up to educate others and raise awareness on the effects of Mental Illness. Commissioner Davis spoke of his intention to host a Seminar for Officers of the Baltimore Police Department about Mental Illness in the hopes that through the Education of Officers, and Others, we can change the way Mental Illness is viewed and handled within the Department as well as by the Public at Large.

During the Press Conference, held at Police Headquarters, Actor/Comedian, Guy Richards, disclosed for the first time publicly, that he has an Axis I diagnosis of Bipolar Disorder, for which he has been receiving treatment since 2002. He described how it affected his life and interactions with others and he thanked those closest to him, without whose help, he admitted, he would not be here today.

This partnership follows what Commissioner Davis called the “Scathing Criticisms of (their) Agency and Arguably (their) Profession,” referring, of course, to the Published Findings of the Department of Justice Investigation of the Baltimore Police Department. Additionally, the Announcement precedes the BPD’s announcement of a New Director of the Baltimore Police Training Academy, whom Commissioner Davis stated had a background in de-escalation techniques.


The Press Conference Can Be Viewed Below or BFollow the Following Link to the BPD YouTube Channel.

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August 27, 2016:

Protect & Serve Cookout

Baltimore City Police Commissioner Kevin Davis, and Baltimore City Council President, Jack Young, hosted the “Protect & Serve Cookout” at Druid Hill Park.


The Event was Free and Open to the Public. Residents, Community Leaders, Public Officials, Representatives from Local Agencies and a large number of Baltimore City Police Officers and the Command Staff of the BCPD were all in attendance.

The event was an opportunity for the Angels to catch up with some “old friends” as well as to make some new ones.

The Baltimore Guardian Angels were honored to Participate in the Event, and we Look Forward to further developing the relationship between the Guardian Angel Organization and the BCPD.

For More Information on the Baltimore Guardian Angels or To Inquire about having the Angels attend Your Next Community Event, Contact Us Today.

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