Past Grants

Maryland New Directions

$120,000 / 2022 / Workforce Development

In support of Maryland New Directions, which will provide 200 job seekers in Baltimore with one-on-one job coaching for immediate job placement as well as occupational skills training for careers in the transportation and logistics industry.

BioTechnical Institute of Maryland, Inc.

$80,000 / 2022 / Workforce Development

In support of the BioTechnical Institute of Maryland, which provides training for Baltimore residents to obtain jobs as entry-level technicians in the bio-pharma industry.

Center for Urban Families, Inc.

$300,000 / 2022 / Workforce Development

In support of the Center for Urban Families’ economic success programming, which helps over 200 Baltimore residents to find and maintain employment.

The Work First Foundation

$200,000 / 2022 / Workforce Development

In support of providing employment services to returning citizens and an alternative to incarceration for those awaiting trial.

Turnaround Tuesday, Inc.

$125,000 / 2022 / Workforce Development

In support of Turnaround Tuesday, which focuses on finding and creating quality jobs –that pay over $16 per hour, offer medical and vacation benefits, and provide a career pathway — for over 200 Baltimore residents.

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