Sarah Hemminger on How to Create a Stronger Community for Young People
May 2021 – Annie E. Casey Foundation Podcast
A Community Mentoring Partnership between UMBC and Thread
March 2021 – UMBC
Deepening the Interwoven Life with Sarah Hemminger
August 2020 – Comment Magazine
Charm City Dreamers Podcast with Nikhil Gupta
Aug 2020 – Charm City Dreamers
Orioles TV Broadcast with Ryan Hemminger
Aug 2020 – Orioles TV
Larger than Yourself Podcast and Article with Sarah Hemminger
July 2020 – Larger than Yourself
David Brooks, “The Future of American Politics”
Feb 2020 – The New York Times
Baltimore GameChangers – Thread Weaves New Relationships by Connecting Communities
Feb 2020 – Baltimore Magazine
Emerson Collective Demo Day ’19 featuring Thread CEO & Co-Founder, Sarah Hemminger
Dec 2019 – Emerson Collective
Baltimore Positive featuring Sarah Hemminger
Sept 2019 – Baltimore Positive
David Brooks on the Importance of Connection
April 2019 — The Washington Post
The Second Mountain
April 2019 — David Brooks
Threading a Future
January 2019 — The Philadelphia Citizen
As a City, Baltimore Could Learn a lot from the Ravens
January 2019 — Baltimore Sun
Weaving a new social fabric
December 2018 — Johns Hopkins Biomedical Engineering
How To Cross The Bridges That Divide Us: Lessons From The Field
December 2018 — Forbes
‘WELCOME HOME!’ First-ever Baltimore Homecoming held this week
October 2018 — Baltimore Style
Nonprofit Thread nabs $6 million pledge as Baltimore Homecoming concludes
October 2018 — Baltimore Business Journal
Baltimore Homecoming kicks off, bringing ‘alumni’ like Julie Bowen and Josh Charles back to town.
October 2018 — Baltimore Sun
Social capital and two defensive backs
October 2018 — Financial Times, Alphaville
WYPR’s One the Record with Shielah Kast
September 2018 — listen here
Where American Renewal Begins
July 2018 — New York Times
Renewing America’s economic promise through older industrial cities
April 2018 — Brookings
Early-stage Entrepreneurs Can Drive New Social Movements
January 2018 – Stanford Social Innovation Review
Dinner for 1,000: How Two Nonprofits Invited People To Talk About Racism
October 2017 – Forbes
Hineini. Here I am. Are you with me?
October 2017 – Huffington Post
Fighting Poverty the Hard Way
July 2017 – Chronicle of Philanthropy
Remembering the Uprising – Part 2
April 2017 WYPR
Conversation Thread Program Bridges Baltimore’s Divided Communities
Spring 2017 – Johns Hopkins Magazine
The Quiet Revolution
October 2016 TEDx, Washington Square, NYC
Bringing Baltimore Together
May 2016 – The Baltimore Sun
Creating A Community Based On Relationships
May 2016 – Iris Creative
The Ties That Bind
April 2016 – WYPR
How a Tapestry of Care Helps Teens Succeed
March 2016 – The New York Times
For Vulnerable Teens, a Web of Support
March 2016 – The New York Times
The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation Annual Community Gathering
November 2015 – Featured Grantee Video
Activist Foundations’ ‘Impact Investing’ Pays Off, Sometimes After Court Fights
October 2015 – The Wall Street Journal
October 2015 – Huffington Post’s “Now What” with Ryan Duffy, Season 1 Episode 3
Thread, a Baltimore nonprofit, weaves together students’ lives
April 2015 – The Baltimore Sun
Abell Salutes: Thread
February 2015 – Abell Foundation
Non-Profit Profile: Thread
January 2015 – WYPR
Best Practice: Volunteer Families that Transform Youth Trajectories
December 2013 – NewOptions
Redefining Family: The Incentive Mentoring Program
November 2013 – Robert Deutsch Foundation Blog
How Do You Help Young People Care About School?
September 2013 – Education Week
Family Business: Meet New Ashoka Fellow Sarah Hemminger
March 2013 – Forbes
10 Reasons to be Hopeful for Baltimore
The Baltimore Sun
Summer 2017: Summer heats up at Thread!
Spring 2017: TouchPoint: A building that builds community.
Fall 2016: What a summer it’s been!
Summer 2016: The Conversation Thread Reunion Top 10.
Spring 2016: Thread in the news!
Winter 2015: Meet Our Thread Innovation Fellows.
Fall 2015: Strategic Plan Update, Huffington Post, and more!
Summer 2015: Our Special Founders Issue.
Spring 2015: New cohorts and a third Thread site!
Fall 2014: A great summer morphs into an exciting Fall!
Summer 2014: Our graduating seniors and Thread step boldly into the future.