Olszewski Announces Over $2.4 Million in Grants to Local Community Organizations to Support Pandemic Recovery

Olszewski Announces Over $2.4 Million in Grants to Local Community Organizations to Support Pandemic Recovery

Baltimore County Govt Johnny Olszewski currently declared that Baltimore County and the Baltimore Community Basis (BCF) have awarded more than $2.47 million in grants to over 50 community community-based businesses to assist their recovery and boost efforts to strengthen community resiliency.

“Baltimore County is residence to so quite a few committed community companies doing the job every working day to develop possibilities for our residents and supporting our assorted neighborhoods,” Olszewski stated. “Thanks to these new grants, we are proud to present thousands and thousands to help the recovery of these corporations, making it possible for them to continue giving expert services on behalf of our inhabitants for yrs to arrive.”

Announced in May well 2021, the Baltimore County COVID-19 Nonprofit Restoration Grant Fund offered grants of $10,000 to $100,000 to Baltimore County community-centered businesses to guidance inhabitants amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Cash will be used to assist a assorted selection of local community efforts, these kinds of as unexpected emergency shelter and advocacy expert services for victims of domestic violence, assist for food pantry expansions, set up of ADA compliant toilet updates, cell vaccination attempts, neighborhood economic counseling systems, and substantially much more. Additionally, cash will support protect earnings reductions or running price increases that have happened thanks to the pandemic.
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The Baltimore County COVID-19 Nonprofit Recovery Grant Fund is supported by Baltimore County’s allocation of Maryland Recovery Now funding and is administered by a partnership with BCF.
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“Baltimore County’s community businesses have exemplified time and yet again their skill to react, innovate and assistance families’ survival and excellent of daily life desires,” claimed Shanaysha Sauls, BCF President & CEO. “It was both pure and seamless to companion with County Executive Olszewski’s administration to steward these resources, obtain the program’s objectives and do our section to aid our location and its residents emerge from this pandemic securely and much more resilient.”
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A full listing of the Baltimore County Crisis Response Fund awardees declared these days is underneath:&#13

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  • Adopt a Block, Inc.
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  • Ahavas Chaim, Inc
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  • Ahavat Shalom Baltimore
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  • Support Center of Towson Churches
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  • Baltimore County Arts Guild
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  • Baltimore County Historical Believe in – PABC
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  • Baltimore County Sailing Centre
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  • Bas Melech Carrying out Arts Middle, Inc
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  • Far better Dais Forward
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  • Bowley’s Quarters Enhancement Association, Inc
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  • Building for God Neighborhood Foundation
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  • Camp Puh’tok for Boys and Ladies, Inc
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  • Camp Rock
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  • Catonsville United Methodist Church
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  • Community Impact
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  • Congregation Darchei Tzedek, Inc
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  • Dundalk Renaissance Company
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  • Business Local community Advancement
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  • Episcopal Church of Christ the King
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  • Household Crisis Heart of Baltimore County, Inc
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  • Basis for Baltimore County Public Library
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  • Glenn L. Martin Maryland Aviation Museum
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  • Higher Bethlehem Temple
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  • Harford Park Local community Association
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  • Heaven on Earth NOW
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  • Hiding Put, Inc
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  • Holistically Empowered Youth, Inc
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  • Holy Trinity Episcopal
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  • House of Ruth Maryland, Inc
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  • Idlewylde Neighborhood Affiliation
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  • Irvine Character Heart
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  • Iskcon of Baltimore New Kulina Gram, Inc
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  • Islamic Society of Baltimore
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  • Jewish Uniformed Services Affiliation of Maryland
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  • Karina Affiliation, Inc
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  • Girls of Vision Charities, Inc
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  • Lake Roland Character Council
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  • Discover-N-Enjoy
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  • Existence Builders Church
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  • Maryland Waterways Foundation
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  • Mid-Atlantic Nursery Trade Exhibit, Inc
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  • Middlesex Overall health Center
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  • MMHA Support Schooling Academy, Inc
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  • Early morning Star Baptist Church of Baltimore County
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  • Mount Calvary A.M.E. Church
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  • New Light-weight Lutheran Church
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  • Northwest Medical center Center, Inc
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  • Ohel Moshe Congregation
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  • Owings Mills Synagogue, Inc
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  • Penn-Mar Human Services
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  • Reisterstown Enhancement Association
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  • Sacred Coronary heart Catholic Church
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  • Sheppard Pratt
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  • Sparrows Level North Place Historical Modern society
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  • St. Gabriel Church in Windsor Mill
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  • St. Matthew United Methodist Church
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  • Student Assistance Network
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  • Suburban Orthodox Congregation
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  • Sussex Neighborhood Association Inc
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  • TALMAR
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  • The Arc Baltimore
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  • The Cavanagh Residence
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  • The Purple Devils
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  • Transforming Lives Group Advancement Company
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  • Villa Maria Group Methods – Involved Catholic Charities
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The COVID-19 Nonprofit Recovery Fund is the newest in a sequence of partnerships between Baltimore County and BCF. In March 2020, the County and BCF released the Baltimore County COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund, which furnished 50 area community-based mostly businesses grants totaling $400,000 to greatly enhance the County’s reaction to the COVID-19 crisis very last summertime.

In June 2021, the County and BCF established a fund to guidance the Baltimore County Summer time Youth Employment System, furnishing techniques coaching, coaching and paid out perform working experience at public and personal sector companies for 300 Baltimore County youth.