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Past Grants

The following grants are in excess of $5,000 and were awarded in 2015.

Criminal Justice & Addiction

Baltimore City Health Department

$180,000
Baltimore, MD

Toward the establishment of the Sandtown‑Winchester Safe Streets site.

Behavioral Health Leadership Institute, Inc.

$40,000
Baltimore, MD

Toward support of an initiative to develop a mobile clinic/team to expand high‑quality buprenorphine treatment to under‑served populations.

Behavioral Health System Baltimore

$73,733
Baltimore, MD

For support of a contraception and reproductive health access program for Baltimore City women with substance abuse disorder.

Gaudenzia Foundation, Inc.

$100,000
Baltimore, MD

To complete renovations of 4615 Park Heights Avenue.

Maryland Community Health Initiatives, Inc.

$50,000
Baltimore, MD

Toward general operating expenses of the Penn North Recovery Community Center.

Recovery In Community

$75,000
Baltimore, MD

Toward support of the Recovery in Community Sustainability Project.

TuTTie’s Place

$40,000
Baltimore, MD

To construct a second‑floor fire egress at TuTTie’s Place Will of Wisdom Community Center for Well‑being.

United Ministries, Inc.

$24,000
Baltimore, MD

For continued support of Earl's Place Transitional Housing Project; and for the salary of a development director.

Environment

Blue Water Baltimore

$59,000
Baltimore, MD

Toward support of the Advocacy and Public Policy Program.

Chesapeake Bay Foundation

$30,000
Annapolis, MD

For an assessment and clean‑up of toxic pollution at Sparrows Point.

Chesapeake Climate Action Network

$35,000
Takoma Park, MD

For continued staffing support and expansion of the Maryland Healthy Communities campaign.

Civic Works, Inc.

$200,000
Baltimore, MD

To develop low‑income solar programming in Baltimore City by implementing a pilot solar installation job training class and managing the installation of solar panels on homes owned by low‑ and moderate‑income families.

Earthjustice

$75,000
San Francisco, CA

For continued support of the Advancing Clean Energy for All in Maryland initiative.

Earthjustice

$30,000
San Francisco, CA

Toward support of the Clean Air and Water for Baltimore project.                                                  

Environmental Integrity Project

$25,000
Washington, DC

For an investigative report about sewage discharges into Baltimore's Inner Harbor and urban streams.

Institute For Local Self Reliance Inc.

$35,000
Washington, DC

Waste to Wealth: Creating Jobs in Baltimore, an initiative designed to convert wastes from environmental and economic liabilities into valuable resources.

National Wildlife Federation

$20,000
Annapolis, MD

For support of the Green Alley Sanctuary: Benefitting Wildlife, Water, and Communities in Baltimore initiative.

Trash Free Maryland Alliance

$25,000
Accokeek, MD

For support of an initiative to reduce trash pollution in Baltimore City and its waterways.

University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science

$12,980
Cambridge, MD

For the design of an independent verification system for the Chesapeake Bay Restoration Program.

WYPR Your Public Radio Corporation

$12,000
Baltimore, MD

Support for The Environment in Focus, a weekly program on environmental issues that airs on WYPR and four other stations in Maryland.

Arts

Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts

$25,000
Baltimore, MD

Toward support of Free Fall Baltimore 2015, an initiative designed to provide low‑budget arts and cultural organizations with the opportunity to offer free events.

Baltimore Symphony Orchestra

$50,000
Baltimore, MD

For the purchase of instruments for the Baltimore OrchKids music program

Museum of Ceramic Art

$38,000
Baltimore, MD

For support of the 2015‑2016 in‑school and after‑school ceramic art programs in Baltimore City public middle schools.

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