Past grants archive does not include small grants of $10,000 or less.
In support of Phase II renovations to Clay Hill Public Charter School, which will provide more than 300 additional high-quality public school seats.
In support of a policy advocate position that will work toward comprehensive special education reform across the state.
In support of developing a substitute teacher pipeline in Baltimore City comprising 25 undergraduate students from Johns Hopkins University.
In support of the BioEYES science experience operating in 40 Baltimore City Schools, serving an estimated 3,000 students.
In support of general operating costs and books for the home library project, serving about 9,250 children and distributing about 185,000 books during the 2022-2023 school year.
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