Signal 13 Foundation Video Interview with Project Pnuema

Josh King is a stronger and more confident young man because of his time with Project Pneuma. This Baltimore nonprofit works with boys in 4th-8th grades on improving social and emotional learning skills and helping to forge better relationships with Baltimore City Police. Its ties to the BPD, and the cadets involved in the program, is why Signal 13 is proud to partner with an organization doing important work. Signal 13 CEO Nancy Hinds had the pleasure of interviewing Project Pneuma Founder Damion Cooper and Josh King.



Check back soon for more videos of the interview with Project Pnuema. 


Please Lend Us a Hand in 2024

We have a small favor to ask. Thousands of Baltimore Police families have trusted the Signal 13 Foundation to support them during difficult times and when they need assistance paying for college for their kids.

Like other nonprofits, Signal 13’s funding depends on generous donations from individuals, companies and foundations. We can’t do what we do for Baltimore City Police in times of need without your support. Requests for assistance are increasing and we rarely turn a grant or scholarship applicant down.

Signal 13 is celebrating 40 years of helping Baltimore City Police, and the Board’s goal is to do even more to make their lives a little easier during stressful times. We do this because we believe in supporting the brave men and women in the Baltimore Police Department who put their lives on the line everyday to protect us and the city we love.

About Signal 13

Formed in 1983 by Police Commissioner Frank J. Battaglia with help from prominent philanthropists and business owners, the Signal 13 Foundation is an independent, nonprofit 501(c)(3) committed to supporting the men and women of the Baltimore City Police Department with financial hardship grants and scholarships for their families. For more information, go to


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