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The following grants are in excess of $5,000 and were awarded in 2016.
Health & Human Services
Charm City Youth Lacrosse League
In support of increasing enrollment in the 2016 Charm City Youth Lacrosse League.
Civic Works, Inc.
For support of the Baltimore City Food and Farm Programs.
Clean Water Fund
In support of examining the quality and safety of Baltimore's drinking water.
Franciscan Center, Inc.
For support of programs providing emergency services and case management to families in crisis.
Health Care for the Homeless, Inc.
In support of a patient-centered outreach strategy to decrease the use of urgent care facilities for primary care concerns and to keep vulnerable people engaged in health care.
Homeless Persons Representation Project, Inc.
For supporting the prevention of evictions and termination of subsidies for low-income Baltimore City households.
Intercultural Counseling Connection
For continued support and expansion of mental health services for refugees who have settled in Baltimore City.
Johns Hopkins Pediatrics at Home
For support of the Pediatrics at Home (PAH) program that aims to better serve those with pediatric asthma in the inner city.
Johns Hopkins University
For support of a study, "How Much Can Provision of Eyeglasses Improve Reading Performance in High‑Poverty Schools?" a controlled trial with 10 Baltimore City schools participating.
Johns Hopkins University
For support of a follow‑up study, "Reading Effects of Providing Eyeglasses to Children in High‑Poverty Elementary Schools."
Kids in Need of Defense
In support of adding a full-time social services coordinator to the KIND team.
Leveling the Playing Field, Inc.
To provide sporting equipment for after school programs in Baltimore City.
Loving Arms, Inc.
For support of an emergency shelter for runaway and homeless youth.
Manna House, Inc.
Toward continued support of comprehensive services for the homeless and needy in Baltimore City.
Marian House, Inc.
For support of transitional housing for homeless women and children.
Maryland Food Bank
For support of feeding Baltimore City students through the School Pantry Program.
New Vision House of Hope, Inc.
For renovation costs of 3918 Ridgewood Avenue for use as a transitional home for the homeless in Baltimore City.
Parks & People Foundation
For support of the “More Than Sports” after-school sports program.
In support of EarnBenefits Baltimore, which provides screenings and application assistance to low-income families to increase enrollment in state and federal assistance programs.
In support of providing health care for the uninsured/underinsured in Baltimore.
For continued support of the SquashWise Youth Development Program, an after‑school squash program for students in Baltimore City public middle and high schools.
Tahirih Justice Center
For continued support of pro bono legal and social services for immigrant women and girls in Baltimore City who are fleeing gender‑based violence.
The Baltimore Station
In support of purchasing a hot water heater for the South Baltimore facility.
The Samaritan Community
For support of the Samaritan Community's Crisis Intervention Assistance & Empowerment programs.
University of Maryland School of Medicine, Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences
In support of examining the burden of ophthalmic disease in the underserved in Baltimore.
Youth Empowered Society
For continued support of the YES Drop-In Center, which provides effective programming to engage youth experiencing homelessness and help them achieve housing, employment, and wellness.
1000 Friends of Maryland
For continued support of the Sustainable Growth for Maryland campaign.
Baltimore Community ToolBank
For continued support of outreach, fundraising, program staffing, and environmental asset maintenance expenses.
Baltimore Green Space
For continued support of Baltimore Green Space.
Baltimore Tree Trust
In support of general operating funds for staff salaries.
Civic Works, Inc.
In support of strengthening the financial resilience of low-income Baltimore homeowners through critical energy efficiency, health, and safety improvement services.
Civic Works, Inc.
For support of the Tiny House pilot program.
Community Law Center
For support of a tax sale workgroup and Baltimore open land data project to advance city-wide collaboration around vacant properties while developing a data-driven tool to inform revitalization efforts.
Downtown Partnership of Baltimore
For support of updated landscaping to Penn Station.
Emerging Technology Centers, Inc.
For support of expenses related to Accelerate Baltimore.
Healthy Neighborhoods, Inc.
For support and expansion of the Healthy Neighborhoods Core program.
Innovative Housing Institute
To provide leadership and technical assistance to implement the Regional Plans for Sustainable Development.
In support of a two-year initiative to invest in nonprofits founders and social entrepreneurs of color in Baltimore.
In support of rebuilding the vacant properties on the 400 block of North Howard Street to create an artist-owned, performing arts complex.
Maryland Consumer Rights Coalition, Inc.
For support of the LIFT (Low Income Forgotten Tax) Program.
Neighborhood Housing Services of Baltimore, Inc.
For continued support of the Tax Sale Prevention Loan Program.
Rebuilding Together Baltimore
For support of a handyman program for low-income seniors.
St. Ambrose Housing Aid Center
For support of increasing access to affordable housing.
Strong City Baltimore
For support of advancing the city’s Leveraging Investments in Neighborhood Corridors (LINCS) initiative and other investments to improve Greenmount Avenue.
The No Boundaries Coalition
For support of the Healthy Food Access and Food Justice Program in Central West Baltimore.
The Peale Center for Baltimore History and Architecture
For support of reopening the vacant Peale Museum.
Venture for America
For support of the 2016 Venture for America Baltimore Program.
Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore, Inc.
For support of a second Trash (Water) Wheel to be placed at the outfall of Harris Creek.
Youth as Resources (YAR)
For support of Task Force, a workforce development initiative for at-risk youth in Baltimore City.
Criminal Justice & Addiction
ACLU Foundation of Maryland, Inc.
In support the ACLU of Maryland's Criminal Justice Project.