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The following grants are in excess of $5,000 and were awarded in 2013.
Health & Human Services
Beat the Streets - Baltimore
For the purchase of wrestling mats for an after-school amateur wrestling program in 12 Baltimore City public schools.
For continued support of the Traveler's Aid Voucher Program at The Samaritan Center.
For general support of programs providing emergency services and case management to families in crisis.
Toward the purchase and installation of a new HVAC system.
Health Care for the Homeless, Inc.
For the integration of billing and Electronic Health Records systems.
Intercultural Counseling Connection
Toward support of mental health services for refugees who have settled in Baltimore City.
Loving Arms, Inc.
Continued support of operating costs of N.R. House, a residential facility providing food, shelter, clothing, case management, outreach, and referral services for runaway, homeless youth and their families.
Manna House, Inc.
Toward general support of a drop-in center for the homeless and needy in Baltimore City.
Maryland Citizens' Health Initiative Education Fund, Inc.
For support of a statewide initiative to promote healthcare reform and increase access to health care for the uninsured.
Maryland Food Bank
For continued support of the School Pantry Program in 20 Baltimore City public schools.
Maryland Foundation of Dentistry for the Handicapped
For continued support to provide dental services for low-income disabled Baltimore residents participating in the Donated Dental Services program.
Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland, Inc.
For continued support of case management services for poor and needy Baltimore City homebound seniors.
Parks & People Foundation
For support of the Hooked on Sports program providing after-school sports programs serving more than 1,100 Baltimore City public school students.
Paul's Place, Inc.
Toward continued support of the Campaign for Paul's Place in an effort to expand supportive outreach services for Washington Village/Pigtown residents.
Poverty & Race Research Action Council
For continued support of a research project, Aligning Maryland state housing policy with the regional housing opportunity principles of Thompson.
St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore, Inc.
Toward renovation costs of Sarah's Hope, Mount Street serving homeless women and children in Sandtown-Winchester.
Tahirih Justice Center
Toward continuing support of pro bono legal and social services for immigrant women and girls in Baltimore City who are fleeing gender-based violence.
The Samaritan Community
Toward continued support of the Food Pantry and Emergency Assistance programs.
The Shepherd's Clinic
For continued support toward operating costs to provide primary and specialty health care to uninsured persons in Baltimore City.
Adopt A Block, Inc.
Toward continued support of Compassion Commission, a one-week youth volunteer program in East Baltimore.
Alice Ferguson Foundation, Inc.
Toward support of Trash-Free Maryland Alliance in an effort to reduce trash pollution in Baltimore's streams and the Inner Harbor.
Baltimore City Department of General Services
For the cost of one 10-week Fellowship to develop a Strategic Energy Management Plan for Baltimore City government.
Baltimore City Department of Planning
Toward two positions for the Baltimore Food Policy Initiative.
Baltimore Neighborhood Collaborative/ABAG
Toward support of a final grant pool for grantee organizations during the transition to closure of the Baltimore Neighborhood Collaborative.
Baltimore Tree Trust
Toward support of the TreeKeepers program.
Banner Neighborhoods Community Corporation
For continued support of the Home Maintenance Program for elderly, low-income homeowners in Southeast Baltimore.
Belair-Edison Neighborhoods, Inc.
Toward continued support of the Healthy Neighborhoods and Foreclosure Prevention initiatives.
Blue Water Baltimore
Toward support of public policy efforts related to implementation of Baltimore City's storm water remediation fee.
Chesapeake Shakespeare Company
Toward the renovation of the Mercantile Safe Deposit and Trust building to house a theater in downtown Baltimore.
Citizens Planning and Housing Association, Inc.
For continued support to implement an organizing strategy to engage neighborhoods in an effort to reduce the number of liquor outlets in Baltimore City.
For the salary of an eight-month Assistant Supervisor position for the Community Lot Team.
Community Law Center, Inc.
Additional support for staff attorneys in an effort to address issues raised in the Legislative Audit of the Baltimore City Liquor Board.
Community Law Center, Inc.
For continued support of a public nuisance project seeking legal remedies for Baltimore neighborhoods bearing the cost of property neglect.
Community Law Center, Inc.
To hire a full-time attorney for eight weeks in an effort to address issues raised in the Legislative Audit of the Liquor Board.
Druid Heights Community Development Corporation
For repairs to the roof and windows of the Druid Heights Community Center.
Emerging Technology Centers, Inc.
For continued support of expenses related to the 2014 Accelerate Baltimore competition of venture investment awards to six entrepreneurs and early-stage companies.
Food Research & Action Center
Toward continued support of the Maryland Hunger Solutions' pilot project to increase the capacity of Baltimore City farmers' markets to accept federal food benefit payments through electronic benefit transfer cards.
Friends of Great Kids Farm
To hire a Volunteer Coordinator for the Great Kids Farm.
Gather Baltimore/Fusion Partnerships, Inc.
Toward the cost of fuel and refrigeration for Gather Baltimore, an initiative for redistribution of donated vegetables, fruit, and bread from the Baltimore Farmer's Market and local farms.
Greater Homewood Community Corporation, Inc.
For continued support of initiatives to promote public and private investment in targeted neighborhoods, and to implement sustainable community revitalization projects.
Toward support of the Community Power Project, an initiative to help Baltimore City residents and nonprofit organizations save money on utility bills through collective purchase of clean energy.
Healthy Neighborhoods, Inc.
For general support and for activities of participating neighborhoods targeted for revitalization.
Johns Hopkins University
To provide two awards for the Johns Hopkins Alliance for Science and Technology Development Program.
Johns Hopkins University
For support of a study, Evaluating Urban Governance: An evaluation of the safety and sanitation programs of the Charles Village Community Benefits District Management Authority.
Maryland Consumer Rights Coalition, Inc.
For a study on the impact of mandatory auto insurance requirements on low- and middle-income Marylanders.
Single Carrot Theatre
Capital funding toward the redevelopment of a tire shop for use as a community art theater; and toward operating costs.
Station North Arts and Entertainment District, Inc.
Toward costs related to converting the vacant lot at 4 West North Avenue into the Ynot Lot, an outdoor event space with rotating exhibitions and performances.
University of Baltimore
To provide stipends for three architects participating in the Langsdale Library Design Competition.
Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore, Inc.
For the purchase of a boat to service and maintain the new Solar-Powered WaterWheel Trash Interceptor in the Inner Harbor.
Waverly Main Street
For continued support of supplemental cleaning and staffing for the revitalization of the Waverly commercial district and implementation of the Waverly Main Street Master Plan.