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      June 2014 Grant Awards

      By Kelly Medinger

      06-26-2014

      Announcing our most recent grant recipients in education and Catholic activities

      We are pleased to announce that 12 organizations received over $700,000 in our June 2014 grant cycle. 

       

      Education

      • Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Baltimore:  $35,000 grant to support the Be Great Summer Club Program at five sites in Baltimore City
      • Immaculate Heart of Mary School:  $45,000 grant to support the expansion of technology at this pre-K-8 Catholic school, including tablets for 8th grade students
      • Maryland School for the Blind:  $52,035 grant to support assistive technology and learning resources for students with multiple disabilities
      • Mount de Sales Academy:  $50,000 grant to support the technology integration program at this Catholic high school for girls, including outfitting classrooms with projectors, upgrading wireless capabilities, and purchasing a mobile laptop cart
      • Mount Saint Joseph High School:  $120,000 grant to support a campus-wide technology upgrade at this Catholic high school for boys, including replacement of their existing 1GB fiber connections between buildings
      • Notre Dame Prep School:  $80,623 grant to support the construction of a Science-Technology-Engineering-Art-Math (STEAM) Center at this Catholic middle/high school for girls
      • St. Frances Academy:  $30,000 grant to support the expansion of the after-school program at the Cosby Community Center, which serves the broader Brentwood Village/Johnston Square community in Baltimore City
      • St. John Catholic School (Westminster):  $60,000 grant to support the upgrade of this pre-K-8 Catholic school’s technology, including iPads for middle school students and faculty
      • St. Joseph School (Cockeysville):  $35,000 grant to support the construction of a playground at this pre-K-8 Catholic school
      • St. Maria Goretti High School:  $80,000 grant to support the renovation of this Catholic high school’s chemistry and physics lab

       

      Catholic Activities

      • The Josephites:  $60,000 challenge grant to support this religious society of priests serving the African-American community by building their capacity to sustain their operations in the Archdiocese of Baltimore
      • Saint Margaret Church:  $90,000 grant to support the renovation of their church building

       

      For a complete listing of our grant awards, please visit our past awards database.