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    June 2015 Grant Awards

    By Kelly Medinger


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

    We are pleased to announce that 13 organizations received over $700,000 in our June 2015 grant cycle. 


    Catholic Activities



    • Boys Hope Girls Hope of Baltimore:  $48,000 grant to support operating costs for 16 scholars, ages 10-18, residing in the boys and girls homes in Baltimore City
    • St. Augustine Catholic School:  $45,750 grant to support an educational technology upgrade project including iPads, projectors, software, and teacher training at this pre-K-8 Catholic school in Howard County
    • St. Mary Catholic School:  $46,970 grant to support new computers for the student computer lab, faculty, and staff at this pre-K-8 Catholic school in Washington County
    • St. Philip Neri School:  $70,000 grant to support technology including infrastructure upgrades, a mobile device program for students, and professional development at this pre-K-8 Catholic school in Anne Arundel County
    • St. Pius X School:  $82,500 grant to support technology including infrastructure upgrades and tablet devices for students at this pre-K-8 Catholic school in Baltimore County


    Health Care


    Human Services

    • Catholic Charities:  $52,480 grant to support the hiring of a case manager for My Sister's Place Women's Center's Learn to Earn Internship Program, which helps women in Baltimore City experiencing poverty and homelessness obtain employment and housing
    • H.O.P.E. (For All):  $22,000 grant to support general operating costs associated with the Turning Houses into Homes Program, which assists formerly homeless families and individuals in Anne Arundel County secure furniture and household items when they begin again in their own home
    • House of Ruth:  $25,000 grant to support the hiring of a bilingual child therapist for the Adelante Familia program, serving Hispanic/Latino children and parents in the Highlandtown neighborhood of Baltimore City
    • Maryland Food Bank:  $75,000 grant to support this hunger relief agency’s food safety initiative by upgrading their main distribution warehouse in Baltimore
    • Paul's Place Outreach Center:  $30,000 grant to support case management in the STABLE housing program, which seeks to rapidly re-house individuals experiencing chronic homelessness and prevent first-time homelessness in the Pigtown neighborhood of Baltimore City


    For a complete listing of our grant awards, please visit our past awards database.