June 2024 Grant Awards

Announcing our most recent grant recipients in Catholic activities, education, health care, and human services

We are pleased to announce that 14 organizations received more than $780,000 in our June grant cycle.

Catholic Activities

  • National Shrine of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton: $60,000 to support the purchase of a document reader to enhance the exhibit the Shrine, located in Emmitsburg, is creating to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the canonization of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton


  • Cardinal Shehan School: $68,750 to support the mental health of the students attending this co-educational Catholic Pre-K3 – grade 8 school in Baltimore City
  • Chesapeake Bay Outward Bound School: $75,000 to support outdoor experiential programs for Catholic school students and educators over the course of the 2024-2025 school year
  • Cristo Rey Jesuit High School: $70,000 to support the purchase of new vehicles designed to enhance operations and improve students’ experience at this Catholic Jesuit high school in Baltimore City combining college-preparatory education with corporate work experience
  • Junior Achievement of Central Maryland: $50,000 to support the delivery of JA’s signature programs, JA BizTown and JA Finance Park to students attending Catholic schools throughout the Archdiocese of Baltimore
  • Leveling the Playing Field: $25,000 to support the Baltimore chapter of this national organization’s efforts to help sports programs in under-resourced communities ensure that students have the equipment they need to participate regardless of their socio-economic status
  • Sisters Academy of Baltimore: $60,000 to support the expansion of existing mental health, wellness, and mindfulness education programs at this independent, tuition-free Catholic middle school for girls in grades 5 – 8 located in southwest Baltimore
  • St. Ignatius Loyola Academy: $75,000 to support capital improvements designed to improve the learning environment at this independent, tuition-free Jesuit school for underserved Baltimore City boys in grades 5 – 8

Health Care

  • Health Care for the Homeless: $50,000 to support this Baltimore City-based health care, housing, and advocacy focused nonprofit providing medical, behavioral health, dental and specialty care to children and young adults experiencing homelessness

Human Services

  • Innovation Works Inc: $25,000 to support capacity building efforts related to the Enterprise Development Pipeline, a core component of this Baltimore-based community development and social entrepreneurship focused organization
  • Intersection of Change: $75,000 to support the operation of Martha’s Place, a long-term residential program serving women in West Baltimore coping with substance abuse disorders and homelessness
  • Marian House: $50,000 to support the general operations of workforce development services provided to women participating in the organization’s Transitional Supportive Housing Program located in Baltimore City
  • REACH of Washington County: $50,000 to support the delivery of case management and direct support services to individuals and families experiencing housing insecurity in Washington County
  • San Mar Family and Community Services: $50,000 to support the repurposing of their Boonsboro, Maryland campus facilities to provide full-service housing to young women ages 18-24, transitioning from foster or group care to independence