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Baltimore Chapter

What we do

Nathalie Werebe

Program Manager at 29th St. Community Center)

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Workshop Host, Team Builder, & Event Coordinator for Baltimore and surrounding areas.

“My dream is to one day open up my own music venue that houses music and art workshops during the day, and transforms into a carefully curated event space at night. Working with Boredom Fighters is just the first step towards that dream. I am so excited to bring music production workshops to children and adults in Baltimore through our community center. Our community members’ number one request continues to be music and art classes, and we’re listening! I cannot wait to get started and show them what we’ve got in store.”

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Discord Server

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Want to learn music production?

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We believe that having access to music making tools and knowing how to throw events with your community can bring purpose and light into the lives of today’s disadvantaged youth. Thus, fighting boredom, getting them off the streets, and in the studio.


Donate Direct

Want to support the Baltimore Chapter?
Make a monthly pledge or a one time

donation that helps the chapter grow and provide:

- free workshops

- free mentorships
- free studio equipment

to underserved youth in the Baltimore area.


Contact Us 202.680.9790

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