Past Grants

No Struggle No Success, Inc.

$100,000 / 2022 / Criminal Justice and Addiction

In support of general operations for No Struggle No Success (NSNS), a reentry program in Baltimore City serving adults and youth ages 14-18. NSNS provides comprehensive case management and access to services such as assistance in obtaining state IDs and social security cards, birth certificates, benefits, transportation, housing, employment, and referrals to behavioral health programs.

University of Baltimore Foundation

$25,000 / 2022 / Criminal Justice and Addiction

In support of general operations for the Truancy Court Program (TCP) at the University of Baltimore School of Law. TCP addresses the high level of truancy in Baltimore City public schools through a voluntary 10-week, in-school intervention program for students who are beginning to demonstrate a pattern of truancy.

Baltimore Youth Arts, Fiscally Sponsored by Fusion Partnerships

$25,000 / 2021 / Criminal Justice and Addiction

In support of general operations for Baltimore Youth Arts (BYA), a creative entrepreneurship and job readiness program that provides opportunities to 50 young people, ages 14-21, annually. BYA focuses on youth who have contact with the juvenile justice system.

Cornerstone Community Housing, Inc.

$100,000 / 2021 / Criminal Justice and Addiction

In support of two years of general operating funds for Cornerstone Community Housing, a supportive housing program for men experiencing homelessness and substance use disorders. Residents receive wraparound services and may stay for up to two years.

D.C. Witness

$250,000 / 2021 / Criminal Justice and Addiction

In support of operations for Baltimore Witness, a court watch program providing transparency and accountability to Baltimore’s criminal justice system through data collection and reporting. Baltimore Witness relies on reporters covering every hearing of homicide and non-fatal shooting cases heard at the Baltimore City Circuit Court.

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