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    June 2019 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 15 organizations received over $750,000 in our June grant cycle.



    Catholic Activities



    • Archbishop Spalding High School: $100,000 to support the acquisition of furniture and equipment for the new Innovation Center at this Catholic high school in Anne Arundel County
    • Baltimore Chesapeake Bay Outward Bound: $40,000 to support outdoor experiential education programs and character development for two Catholic girls schools in Baltimore City, Sisters Academy and Mercy High School
    • Resurrection-St. Paul School: $70,000 to support technology upgrades and laboratory furniture/fixtures at this pre-K-8 Catholic school in Ellicott City
    • Saint Casimir Catholic School: $75,000 to support technology upgrades at this pre-K-8 Catholic school in the Canton neighborhood of Baltimore City
    • St. Francis of Assisi School: $75,000 to support the creation of a Wellness Center and STEM Lab/Maker Space at this pre-K-8 Catholic school in Northeast Baltimore City
    • Strong City Baltimore: $35,000 to support The Club at Collington Square, an after-school and summer program serving youth in East Baltimore
    • The First Tee of Greater Baltimore: $25,000 to support the College Bound Project for high school youth in this out-of-school time program that combines golf and character education


    Health Care

    • Shepherd’s Clinic: $43,318 to support salary costs at this free, integrative health care clinic in Baltimore City


    Human Services

    • Baltimore Hunger Project: $12,500 to support the delivery of weekend food packages to 50 more students in Baltimore City and County
    • Enoch Pratt Free Library: $15,000 to support the Library’s Mobile Job Center, which serves job seekers throughout Baltimore City
    • Santa’s Helpers Anonymous: $10,000 to support the purchasing of toys for distribution to Baltimore area families in need at Christmastime
    • Paul’s Place: $80,000 to support the construction of Groundwork Kitchen, including a new culinary arts training program, restaurant, and catering business, at this social service agency in the Pigtown neighborhood of Baltimore City
    • The Light House: $18,000 to support a workforce development program in the trades industry at this homeless service organization in downtown Annapolis