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      February 2018 Grant Awards

      By Kathleen McCarthy


      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



      • 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