In support of the Appellate Advocacy Project designed to encourage the Public Justice Center's participation in those cases that affect the civil rights of poor people.
For partial funding of the Statewide Emergency Contraception Project, providing outreach and education to clients.
In support of the Boys Middle School Soccer League for the 2001 season. Students from 26 middle schools participating in the league must maintain a 90 percent attendance rate and a C average.
Toward the capital campaign of a new facility for the Open Gates Health Center established to serve uninsured and underserved families in Pigtown/Washington Village area. The development of two rowhouses will enable the center to provide additional examination rooms, a larger waiting area, laboratory space, storage and administrative offices.
For general support of comprehensive services to inner-city fathers in need of job readiness training, parenting and life skills training, GED classes and individual counseling.
Toward support of the Mobile Eye Care programs for local homeless people. The program uses a specially equipped van to provide eye exams to those who cannot afford the services.
Two-year funding for support of Tamar's Children, a program designed to meet special needs of incarcerated women and their infants. In partnership with Marian House, Tamar's Children is offering integrated services based on case management and peer mentoring to ensure a secure mother-infant attachment while reducing the likelihood of future social, emotional, developmental and medical problems.
In support of an extension of a licensing agreement for the use of the Judicial Dialog, a criminal case flow informational technology program. The goal of the project is to determine the effectiveness of the Judicial Dialog as a case flow and management tool in processing and analyzing data from the Circuit Court and Early Disposition Court.
Second-year funding in support of the Job Placement Transportation Service Program designed to provide interim transportation for people seeking interviews and participating in job training programs. The transportation service is also available to those working at new job sites through one pay period, before they have found other commuting options such as Bridges to Work.
For continued support of a grassroots effort to educate citizens and policy makers about the need for universal health coverage in Maryland. In recognition that there are more than 550,000 Marylanders with no health insurance, including 43,000 children, the initiative aims to guarantee quality, affordable health care for all Marylanders.