Working To Enhance The Quality Of Life
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Past Grants

The following grants are in excess of $5,000 and were awarded in 2017.

Community Development

Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore, Inc.

$64,834
Baltimore, MD

Toward continued support of the annual Healthy Harbor Report Card initiative and water quality monitoring.

Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore, Inc.

$52,420
Baltimore, MD

In support of the ‘Bubbles for the Bay’ competition to identify the most productive aeration system for the Baltimore Harbor.

Your Baltimore Community Development Corporation

$10,000
Baltimore, MD

Site improvements, equipment, and supplies to prepare the Bethel Street Farm Lab in the Oliver community for spring planting.

Criminal Justice & Addiction

Marylanders to Prevent Gun Violence Education Fund

$100,000
Baltimore, MD

For support of efforts to reduce gun violence and to encourage accurate compliance with gun laws.

The Justice Policy Institute

$40,000
Washington, DC

For support of efforts to end mass incarceration, long sentences, and ineffective public safety strategies.

TurnAround, Inc.

$126,618
Towson, MD

Continued support of operating expenses to provide outreach, support services, emergency shelter, and transitional housing for Baltimore City victims of sex trafficking and their children.

United Ministries, Inc.

$50,000
Baltimore, MD

In support of a marketing campaign and operating costs for Earl's Place, a transitional housing program which aids men facing homelessness.

Environment

Blue Water Baltimore, Inc.

$25,500
Baltimore, MD

In support of expanding Blue Water Baltimore's storm water management advocacy and project implementation.

Chesapeake Bay Foundation

$150,000
Annapolis, MD
In support of raising ‎200‎,‎000 ‎adult oysters in the Inner Harbor ‎through an expanded 
Oyster Gardening Program aimed at ‎restoring clean water in the Chesapeake Bay‎.
 
 

 

Interfaith Power & Light (DC, MD, NoVA)

$12,000
Washington, DC

In support of connecting Baltimore City residents with energy programs through religious congregations.

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