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      October 2017 Grant Awards

      By Kathleen McCarthy

      10-13-2017

      Announcing our most recent recipients in Catholic activities, education, health care and human services

       We are pleased to announce that 12 organizations received over $900,000 in our October grant cycle.

       

      Catholic Activities

      • Our Lady Queen of Peace Church: $60,000 to support the renovation and repair of the stained glass windows at this Catholic church located in Middle River

       

       Education

      • Calvert Hall College High School: $107,000 to support theatre stage lighting upgrades in the Marion Burk Knott Center for Performing Arts at this Catholic, college preparatory high school for boys located in Towson
      • Irvine Nature Center: $17,000 to support an environmental education program for students at Cristo Rey Jesuit High School and St. Ignatius Loyola Academy
      • Notre Dame Preparatory School: $80,000 to support auditorium lighting upgrades at this Catholic, college preparatory school in Towson serving girls in grades 6 – 12
      • Parks & People Foundation, Inc.: $50,000 to support the Branches environmental education and youth leadership internship program for middle and high school students in Baltimore City
      • St. Francis Neighborhood Center: $128,147 to support the Count on Me capital campaign for the expansion of this longstanding community center located in the Reservoir Hill neighborhood of Baltimore City

       

      Heatlh Care

      • MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital: $50,000 to support equipment purchases for the hospital’s Center for Successful Aging, which provides comprehensive geriatric services to patients ages 65 and older

       

      Human Services

      • Marian House: $150,000 to support renovations of the former convent and rectory of the Blessed Sacrament Parish in Baltimore City to provide supportive housing for homeless women seeking to transform their lives