We are privileged to have contributed to the work and achievements of many organizations in the Baltimore area.
To learn more about these non-profits, and the specific projects we funded, please access our database of grant recipients.
General Operations And Eviction Assistance For Women And Children
To provide supportive services to help women with children who need assistance with short term emergency rent, comprehensive career counseling and job searching.
Transportation And Social Services To Elderly Women
To provide transportation to seniors who can no longer drive, but want to stay in their homes; organize social events for this aging and often isolated population; and distribute food from the Maryland Food Bank to clients living in low-income senior buildings.
Turn About Program (TAP)
To help 20 non-violent female offenders negotiate their reentry into society through an intensive one-year case management program tailored to their emotional and physical needs, including challenges related to addiction and/or after-effects of physical abuse, disintegration of family ties and lack of a support network.
Nurse Assistant Training: Creating Healthier Communities
To provide partial scholarships, enabling 20 qualified, low-income west Baltimore residents to enroll in the Nurse Assistant Training program.
Family Engagement Supporting Pregnant/Parenting Foster Youth
To develop training and services to increase family engagement for former foster youth whose children are now in foster care and foster youth who are pregnant or parenting.
The Ark Preschool
To enable the preschool to serve forty homeless 3- and 4-year-olds—double its current capacity—and provide school readiness, language instruction, and other supportive services.
College Preparatory Education For African American Girls
To deliver a college preparatory education to predominantly African-American girls in grades 6 to 12 at all-girl public charter school in Baltimore City
Human Right To Housing Project
To help women and their families stay in their homes by providing legal advice, educating them about their rights and advocating for them in the courts.
Refugee Womens Economic Empowerment
To provide 40 newly arrived refugee women in Baltimore City with the skills and knowledge to live an economically self-sufficient life in the United States.
Kids Safe Zone General Operations,
To provide developmentally appropriate services and recreation six days a week to children and adolescents, aged 5 to 17, at a West Baltimore center
Loving Arms, Inc.
To provide emergency shelter, transitional and supportive housing and other services to runaway and homeless individuals aged 12 to 21 years, and help them become contributing members of the community.
Transitional Supportive Housing For Homeless Women
To help provide psychiatric coverage for medication management, and services of a recently hired licensed clinical social worker.
To help provide 30 homeless women veterans housing and supportive services that range from substance abuse treatment to job placement
MCE Women's Business Center
To provide one-on-one business consulting, education, access to business capital, and networking opportunities to low income, female entrepreneurs.
My Sister's Place Women's Center
To serve more homeless women and their children three nutritious meals, seven days a week; train women to become job-ready and help them obtain employment; assist women with securing transitional or permanent housing; and link women to health and mental health services.
St. Mary's Outreach Center
To help low income seniors in Baltimore ZIP code 21211 gain access to benefits including Medicaid, energy bill payment assistance, water bill reduction, food stamps and housing subsidies.
To deliver highly personalized support to an additional 48 high school students dealing with academic and behavioral challenges for all four years of high school and six years beyond.
To provide employment opportunities and educational services to 50 young women living in temporary housing.
Capacity Building Initiatives
To expand certified nursing assistant and pharmacy technician career training programs to an additional site in West Baltimore
Capacity Building Initiatives
To expand its after-school program and pilot a summer leadership program, enabling the organization to increase the number of girls it serves from 125 to 250.