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    February 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 12 organizations received over $750,000 in our February grant cycle.


    Catholic Activities

    • Christ the King Catholic Church: $35,000 to support the acquisition of furniture and equipment for the new Parish Hall and Classroom Building at this Towson parish
    • St. Philip Neri Roman Catholic Church: $85,000 to support the construction of a masonry ramp designed to provide ADA access for the church and school community at this parish in Linthicum Heights



    • Dyslexia Tutoring Program: $55,000 to support the general operations of this specialized tutoring program that provides services free-of-charge to low-income children and adults with language-based learning differences
    • Immaculate Heart of Mary School: $80,000 to support a Chromebook initiative and other technology upgrades at this K-8 Catholic school in Baltimore County
    • Our Lady of Victory School: $70,000 to support a Chromebook initiative and other technology upgrades at this preK-8 Catholic school in Baltimore City
    • South Baltimore Learning Center: $47,306 to support technology upgrades designed to enhance instruction for adult learners who are earning their GED or advancing their workforce skills
    • St. John Westminster: $85,000 to support a Chromebook initiative and other technology upgrades at this pre-K-8 Catholic school in Carroll County
    • The Catholic High School of Baltimore: $120,000 to support the construction of a new driveway and parking area to provide a safer place to drop-off and pick-up students at this all-girls Catholic high school in Baltimore City


    Health Care


    Human Services

    • Associated Catholic Charities: $25,000 to support consulting and staff training around delivering person-centered and community-based care  and workforce supports for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities at Gallagher Services