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      June 2019 Grant Awards

      By Kathleen McCarthy

      06-19-2019

      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

       

      Education

      • 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