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    June 2022 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 19 organizations received over $925,000 in our June grant cycle.


    Catholic Activities



    • Baltimore Lab School: $15,000 to support playground renovations at this nonpublic school in Baltimore City, which educates and supports children with learning differences in grades 1 – 12
    • Bishop Walsh School: $90,000 to support technology upgrades at this K – 12 Catholic school in Cumberland
    • First Tee - Greater Baltimore: $40,000 to support the ACE Scholars Program, an intensive study program combining golf, academic supports, and character education, for high school youth in the Baltimore area
    • Immaculate Heart of Mary School: $89,500 to support electrical upgrades and air conditioning units at this pre-K – 8 Catholic school in Towson
    • Irvine Nature Center: $15,000 to support nature-based educational opportunities for students attending selected Catholic schools in Baltimore City
    • Junior Achievement of Central Maryland: $50,000 to support the delivery of JA’s flagship economic education programming – JA BizTown and JA Finance Park – to students attending Catholic  elementary and middle schools throughout the Archdiocese of Baltimore
    • LET’S GO Boys and Girls, Inc: $45,000 to support the general operations of this organization providing STEM education and workforce development opportunities to youth in Baltimore City with the goal of breaking the cycle of generational poverty
    • Mount Saint Mary’s University: $60,000 to support the purchase of equipment for the environmental sciences program, at this private liberal arts Catholic university in Emmitsburg
    • Notre Dame Preparatory School: $50,000 to support outdoor lighting enhancements designed to improve athletic field access and security at this Catholic, independent school for girls in grades 6 – 12 in Towson
    • Sisters Academy Baltimore: $50,000 to support management consulting as this independent, tuition-free  Catholic middle school for girls in grades 5 – 8 in southwest Baltimore
    • St. John Regional Catholic School: $80,000 to support technology upgrades at this pre-K – 8 Catholic school in Frederick
    • Trinity School: $70,000 to support technology upgrades at this pre-K – 8  independent Catholic school in Ellicott City


    Health Care

    • Mission of Mercy: $50,000 to support the general operations of this community-based health clinic providing free medical and dental care to patients in Frederick, Carroll and Baltimore Counties
    • Mount Washington Pediatric Hospital: $25,000 to support the Trauma and Healing Program, which provides mental health assessments, treatment, and consultation services to children and their families at this pediatric sub-acute hospital in Baltimore
    • Shepherd’s Clinic: $30,000 to support the general operations of this holistic medical clinic, providing a medical home for the uninsured and underinsured living in and around the Coldstream Homestead and Montebello neighborhoods of Baltimore City



    Human Services

    • Pathfinders for Autism: $31,800 to support the creation of a new safety curriculum teaching teens and adults with ASD and law enforcement officers community safety skills and how to interact with each other
    • Paul’s Place: $75,000 to support GroundWork Kitchen’s Culinary Arts Training Program, a social enterprise workforce development program in southwest Baltimore City
    • Sexual Assault/Spouse Abuse Resource Center (SARC): $25,000  to support the second phase of the renovation and expansion of their facilities, at this organization serving women and children fleeing domestic violence in Harford County