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      February 2018 Grant Awards

      By Kathleen McCarthy

      02-23-2018

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

       We are pleased to announce that 10 organizations received over $750,000 in our February grant cycle.

       

      Catholic Activities

      • Ignatian Volunteer Corps.: $30,000 to support general operating costs for the Baltimore regional office, which pairs older adults with volunteer opportunities at area nonprofits and supports their work through Catholic spiritual reflection

       

      Education

      • Mount de Sales Academy: $116,477 to support classroom renovations at this Catholic, all-girls high school in Catonsville
      • Our Lady of Mount Carmel School: $105,000 to support technology upgrades at this Catholic, co-ed pre-K – 12 school in Essex
      • Saint Margaret School: $100,000 to support the upgrade and replacement of the heating and air conditioning system at this Catholic, pre-K – 8 school in Bel Air
      • St. Jane Frances School: $75,000 to support technology upgrades at this Catholic, pre-K – 8 school in Pasadena

       

      Health Care

      • Mission of Mercy: $100,000 to support the purchase of a mobile dental van to provide free dental care to patients in need in Baltimore, Carroll, and Frederick Counties

       

      Human Services

      • Associated Catholic Charities, Inc.: $40,000 to support the implementation of a trauma-informed care model for children at St. Vincent’s Villa, a comprehensive residential facility for children ages 5-14 whose behavioral and emotional needs have not responded to community-based interventions
      • At Jacob's Well, Inc.: $100,000 to support operating and capital needs at this organization providing housing and wrap-around services to the mentally ill homeless in Baltimore City
      • Baltimore Child Abuse Center, Inc.:  $50,000 to support the grants management capacity of this organization providing training and services in Baltimore City to keep kids safe
      • Women's Care Center of Maryland Incorporated: $60,000 to support salaries and supplies at this pregnancy resource center in Baltimore County