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      June 2018 Grant Awards

      By Kathleen McCarthy

      06-19-2018

      Announcing our most recent grant recipients in arts & humanities, Catholic activities, education, and human services

      We are pleased to announce that 14 organizations received over $850,000 in our June grant cycle.

       

      Arts & Humanities

      • B&O Railroad Museum: $74,263 to support capital costs associated with the First Mile Stable Project, designed to create a permanent home for the nation’s oldest continuously operating police mounted unit as well as educational, programming and community space for the Museum

       

      Catholic Activities

       

      Education

      • Bishop Walsh School: $50,000 to support general operations of the Advancement Office and major gifts campaign at this pre-K-12 Catholic school in Cumberland
      • Institute of Notre Dame: $70,000 to support staffing and other costs associated with the development of a facilities Master Plan at this all-girls Catholic high school in Baltimore City
      • Loyola Early Learning Center: $50,000 to support the development office operations of this Jesuit early childhood education program in Baltimore City
      • Mother Seton Academy: $100,000 to support the capital campaign to expand the facilities at this co-ed, tuition-free Catholic middle school in Baltimore City
      • Sacred Heart School of Glyndon: $76,000 to support technology enhancements in grades 4 through 8 at this pre-K-8 Catholic school in Baltimore County
      • St. Mary Catholic School: $100,000 to support the construction of a gymnasium at this pre-K-8 Catholic school in Hagerstown

       

      Human Services

      • Caroline Center: $50,000 to support the general operations of this Catholic, tuition-free employment training program in Baltimore City for women in health care
      • Churches for Streets of Hope: $12,000 to support the expansion of case management services at this community-based homeless services organization serving Southeast Baltimore County
      • Helping Up Mission:  $50,000 to support general operating costs associated with the education and workforce development program for homeless, poor, and addicted men in Baltimore City
      • Interfaith Service Coalition of Hancock, MD, Inc.: $60,000 to support the renovation of Martha’s House, a youth center and summer feeding site, as part of the organization’s larger mission to assist families and individuals in need in Hancock
      • Manna House:  $50,000 to support general operating costs of this drop-in center that feeds and supports up to 200 men and women a day who are living in need in Baltimore City
      • St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore: $65,000 to support the installation of a new HVAC system at the Pimlico Head Start site, one of many program sites at this 150-year old community service provider in Baltimore