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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.
  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. Code in the Schools
    To support the Prodigy Program offered by Code in the Schools
  6. Community Living, Inc.
    To ensure that persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities have equal access to opportunities
  7. The Community School, Inc.
    To support an academic and mentoring program for youth who have been underserved or unsuccessful in their school
  8. 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
  9. 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
  10. 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
  11. 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
  12. Jane Addams Resource Corporation (JARC)
    To support a Baltimore-based, skills-based training program that addresses skills gaps in the manufacturing sector
  13. 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
  14. Liberty Rec-Tech Center (Liberty Elementary School)
    To support this school’s out-of-school time technology offerings for low-income children
  15. The Maryland Book Bank
    To increase literacy rates for Baltimore City students through book distributions including creation of home libraries
  16. 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
  17. 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
  18. 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
  19. 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
  20. Reading Partners
    To provide volunteer-led literacy tutoring for elementary school children
  21. Roberta’s House, Inc.
    To provide a safe community for grieving children and families in Baltimore City through peer support, education, and community awareness
  22. SARC (Sexual Assault/Spouse Abuse Resource Center)
    To provide individuals escaping domestic violence with housing, counseling, and emergency services
  23. 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
  24. Soccer without Borders
    To provide youth with the tools for overcoming obstacles to growth, inclusion, and personal success
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