1. Menu
  2. About
    1. Annual Reports
    2. Family Legacy
    3. Financial Information
    4. Trustees & Executive Team
    5. Contact
  3. Grants
    1. Eligibility Guidelines
    2. How to Apply
      1. For a Grant
        1. Letter of Inquiry
        2. Grant Proposal
      2. For a Cash Flow Loan
      3. For a Discretionary Grant
    3. Reporting Requirements
    4. Past Awards
    5. Glossary
  4. Programs
    1. Arts & Humanities
    2. Catholic Activities
    3. Education
      1. BOOST Initiative
    4. Health Care
    5. Human Services
  5. Knott Blog

    October 2017 Grant Awards

    By Kathleen McCarthy


    Announcing our most recent recipients in Catholic activities, education, health care and human services

     We are pleased to announce that 12 organizations received over $900,000 in our October grant cycle.


    Catholic Activities

    • Our Lady Queen of Peace Church: $60,000 to support the renovation and repair of the stained glass windows at this Catholic church located in Middle River



    • Calvert Hall College High School: $107,000 to support theatre stage lighting upgrades in the Marion Burk Knott Center for Performing Arts at this Catholic, college preparatory high school for boys located in Towson
    • Irvine Nature Center: $17,000 to support an environmental education program for students at Cristo Rey Jesuit High School and St. Ignatius Loyola Academy
    • Notre Dame Preparatory School: $80,000 to support auditorium lighting upgrades at this Catholic, college preparatory school in Towson serving girls in grades 6 – 12
    • Parks & People Foundation, Inc.: $50,000 to support the Branches environmental education and youth leadership internship program for middle and high school students in Baltimore City
    • St. Francis Neighborhood Center: $128,147 to support the Count on Me capital campaign for the expansion of this longstanding community center located in the Reservoir Hill neighborhood of Baltimore City


    Heatlh Care

    • MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital: $50,000 to support equipment purchases for the hospital’s Center for Successful Aging, which provides comprehensive geriatric services to patients ages 65 and older


    Human Services

    • Marian House: $150,000 to support renovations of the former convent and rectory of the Blessed Sacrament Parish in Baltimore City to provide supportive housing for homeless women seeking to transform their lives