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The following grants are in excess of $5,000 and were awarded in 2015.
Criminal Justice & Addiction
Baltimore City Health Department
Toward the establishment of the Sandtown‑Winchester Safe Streets site.
Behavioral Health Leadership Institute, Inc.
Toward support of an initiative to develop a mobile clinic/team to expand high‑quality buprenorphine treatment to under‑served populations.
Behavioral Health System Baltimore
For support of a contraception and reproductive health access program for Baltimore City women with substance abuse disorder.
Gaudenzia Foundation, Inc.
To complete renovations of 4615 Park Heights Avenue.
Maryland Community Health Initiatives, Inc.
Toward general operating expenses of the Penn North Recovery Community Center.
Recovery In Community
Toward support of the Recovery in Community Sustainability Project.
To construct a second‑floor fire egress at TuTTie’s Place Will of Wisdom Community Center for Well‑being.
United Ministries, Inc.
For continued support of Earl's Place Transitional Housing Project; and for the salary of a development director.
Blue Water Baltimore
Toward support of the Advocacy and Public Policy Program.
Chesapeake Bay Foundation
For an assessment and clean‑up of toxic pollution at Sparrows Point.
Chesapeake Climate Action Network
For continued staffing support and expansion of the Maryland Healthy Communities campaign.
Civic Works, Inc.
To develop low‑income solar programming in Baltimore City by implementing a pilot solar installation job training class and managing the installation of solar panels on homes owned by low‑ and moderate‑income families.
For continued support of the Advancing Clean Energy for All in Maryland initiative.
Toward support of the Clean Air and Water for Baltimore project.
Environmental Integrity Project
For an investigative report about sewage discharges into Baltimore's Inner Harbor and urban streams.
Institute For Local Self Reliance Inc.
Waste to Wealth: Creating Jobs in Baltimore, an initiative designed to convert wastes from environmental and economic liabilities into valuable resources.
National Wildlife Federation
For support of the Green Alley Sanctuary: Benefitting Wildlife, Water, and Communities in Baltimore initiative.
Trash Free Maryland Alliance
For support of an initiative to reduce trash pollution in Baltimore City and its waterways.
University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
For the design of an independent verification system for the Chesapeake Bay Restoration Program.
WYPR Your Public Radio Corporation
Support for The Environment in Focus, a weekly program on environmental issues that airs on WYPR and four other stations in Maryland.
Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts
Toward support of Free Fall Baltimore 2015, an initiative designed to provide low‑budget arts and cultural organizations with the opportunity to offer free events.
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
For the purchase of instruments for the Baltimore OrchKids music program
Museum of Ceramic Art
For support of the 2015‑2016 in‑school and after‑school ceramic art programs in Baltimore City public middle schools.