Past Grants

CASH Campaign of Maryland

$120,000 / 2022 / Workforce Development

In support of the CASH Campaign of Maryland’s free tax preparation sites, which provide 7,500 low-income individuals and families living in Baltimore with access to the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and asset-building services.

Civic Works Inc.

$100,000 / 2022 / Workforce Development

In support of Civic Works’ Center for Sustainable Careers, which will train 124 City residents for green careers in the solar and infrastructure remediation industries.

Holy Nativity and St. John’s Development Corporation

$50,000 / 2022 / Workforce Development

In support of Conscious Heads’ Barbering Boot Camp, which provides 25 young people ages 13 to 24 with barbering training, as well as paid work experience and test preparation to become licensed barbers.

National Center on Institutions and Alternatives

$100,000 / 2022 / Workforce Development

In support of the National Center on Institutions and Alternatives’ efforts to train 100 SNAP-eligible Baltimore residents in commercial driving, HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning), or automotive repair.

Rose Street Community Center, Fiscally Sponsored by Southeast CDC

$300,000 / 2022 / Workforce Development

In support of expanding Rose Street’s community cleanups to additional neighborhoods, while continuing to provide transitional housing, emergency shelter, and gang mediation.

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