The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, today, hosted its 9th annual Employee Giving Program. At the event, 24 employees each presented a check for $20,000 to a Maryland nonprofit consistent with the Foundation’s mission and grant guidelines. A total of $480,000 was awarded this year. More than $1 million has been distributed since the inception of this professional development and mission-focused effort.
- The Arc Montgomery County
To support this organization’s Karasik Family, Infant & Child Care Center, an inclusive, family-centered childcare program integrating typically-developing children, children with developmental disabilities, and children with chronic medical conditions
- Baltimore Rowing Club
To support the participation of Baltimore City Public School students in the Reach High program, which uses rowing as a foundation for personal and academic success
- Center for Progressive Learning, Inc.
To support a variety of services for individuals with developmental disabilities, traumatic brain injury, learning disabilities, and mental health challenges, as well as older adults
- Civic Works, Inc.
To support Cities for All Ages, a program which provides services including fall prevention and home modification with the goal of assisting hundreds of low-income, older adults in Baltimore City
- Code in the Schools
To support the Prodigy Program offered by Code in the Schools
- Community Living, Inc.
To ensure that persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities have equal access to opportunities
- The Community School, Inc.
To support an academic and mentoring program for youth who have been underserved or unsuccessful in their school
- Digital Harbor Foundation
To support this organization’s summer Maker Camp program that serves youth from all Baltimore City neighborhoods by providing STEM-based, digital literacy fundamentals through tech training and creative projects
- Frank J Battaglia – Signal 13 Foundation, Inc.
To support and assist Baltimore Police Department Personnel, both civilian and sworn, during times of personal crisis or emergency
- Green Street Academy, Inc.
To support and prepare students for the 21st century economy using a STEM-focused, project-based curriculum while creating a community hub for special services
- INNterim Housing Corporation
To empower, educate, and provide a safe haven for single women dealing with issues including homelessness, disability, abusive relationships, or lack of education
- Jane Addams Resource Corporation (JARC)
To support a Baltimore-based, skills-based training program that addresses skills gaps in the manufacturing sector
- Jewels Inclusive Preschool
To support the early intervention and inclusion program of this Jewish preschool for children with developmental disabilities, at the co-located Chabad Kindergarten
- Liberty Rec-Tech Center (Liberty Elementary School)
To support this school’s out-of-school time technology offerings for low-income children
- The Maryland Book Bank
To increase literacy rates for Baltimore City students through book distributions including creation of home libraries
- Maryland Out of School Time Network (Safe and Sound)
To support this organization’s work of building a STEM ecosystem and improving and growing STEM out-of-school time programs in Baltimore City
- Medical Education Resources Initiative for Teens (MERIT)
To expand programming focused on recruiting and training disadvantaged student “scholars” for college and careers in the healthcare sector
- New Vision Youth Services, Inc.
To support the Positive Impact Movement, a program for Baltimore City youth which includes character enrichment, life-skills instruction, one-on-one mentorship, and conflict mediation
The One Love Foundation
To end relationship violence by educating, empowering, and activating young adults in a movement for change in honor of Yeardley Reynolds Love
To provide volunteer-led literacy tutoring for elementary school children
- Roberta’s House, Inc.
To provide a safe community for grieving children and families in Baltimore City through peer support, education, and community awareness
- SARC (Sexual Assault/Spouse Abuse Resource Center)
To provide individuals escaping domestic violence with housing, counseling, and emergency services
- Seeds 4 Success, Inc.
To provide young women who live in public or subsidized housing communities in Annapolis with access to programs and mentoring relationships that promote self-awareness, attainment of goals, respect, and public service
- Soccer without Borders
To provide youth with the tools for overcoming obstacles to growth, inclusion, and personal success