Current Grantees

Our grantee agencies are diverse. They serve women and families of every ethnic, religious, racial and educational background.

2018
Action in Maturity, Inc.
Transportation and Social Services to Elderly Women to Maintain Self-Sufficiency

Action In Maturity, Inc. (AIM) helps vulnerable older adults in the Baltimore metropolitan area maintain their independence and self-sufficiency by providing transportation, activities, outreach, and ...

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2018
American Red Cross Central Maryland Chapter
Nurse Assistant Training: Creating Healthier Communities Program

The Red Cross’ Nurse Assistant Training Program provides unemployed and underemployed women with the opportunity to begin careers in a relative short amount of time.

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2018
Challengers Independent Living, Inc.
Challengers Teen Mother Program

Challengers Independent Living teaches single, teen mothers who are living in foster care skills they need to lead independent, self-sufficient lives.

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2018
Druid Heights Community Development Corporation
Druid Heights Transitional Housing Program for Women and Children—Project "Brighter Days"

Druid Heights Community Development Corporation assists low-income families with housing in the community.

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2018
GBMC
GBMC Sexual Assault Forensic Examination (SAFE) Domestic Violence Program Victim Emergency Fund

The GBMC SAFE Program serves victims of domestic violence and helps them flee unsafe situations by providing emergency material supports.

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2018
Girls on the Run of the Greater Chesapeake, Inc.
Girls on the Run at Baltimore City Title I Schools

Girls on the Run of the Greater Chesapeake uses running to teach girls in grades 3-5 about self-esteem, bullying, and other important adolescent topics.

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2018
Goucher Prison Education Partnership (GPEP)
Goucher Prison Education Partnership General Operations

Students incarcerated in Maryland state prisons can get a great college education.

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2018
House of Ruth Maryland
Shelter-Based Services for Women and Families Affected by Intimate Partner Violence

House of Ruth Maryland provides a safe haven and healing environment for victims of domestic violence and their children, where they can rebuild their lives.

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2018
Humanim
City Seeds, a Humanim Social Enterprise Program

Humanim’s mission is to support and empower individuals who face social or economic challenges — by building pathways to economic equity, opportunity, and independence.

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2018
Immigration Outreach Service Center
Computer Literacy Program for Immigrant Women in Baltimore

Through the Computer Literacy Program, the Immigration Outreach Service Center helps immigrant women become more self-sufficient.

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