Program Name: AZIZA PE&CE Award Amount: $200,000 Partner(s): IDEAL Project Description: ILLUMINATE is a collaboration between AZIZA/PE&CE, an award winning fiscally sponsored organization committed to marginalized youth (specifically young women and LGBTQ+ youth), and IDEAL, a national
Program Name: Enhancing the Child First Middle School Model Award Amount: $245,980 Partner(s): C&C Advocacy, Concepts by Cash, and Baltimore Urban Debate League Project Description: Child First Authority (CFA) will provide an afterschool program four days per week, three hours per day for
Program Name: 29th Street Community Center: After-School Programming Opportunities Award Amount: $78,779 Partner(s): Baltimore Wisdom Project Project Description: In the 2018-2019 school year, the 29th Street Community Center seeks to provide an after-school program for students from the
Program Name: ASCEND Award Amount: $10,000 Project Description: The mission is to engage high school and middle school youth during the school year and summer with positive experiences for their personal growth and success. ASCEND is a twice a month, after-school, college and career readiness
Program Name: Polos To Ties Mentoring Program Award Amount: $5507 Project Description: The Polos to Ties Mentoring Program is an after-school program that focuses on building self-esteem, social competence, and the avoidance of problem/high-risk behaviors in 3rd through 5th grade male students.
Program Name: Dr. Bernard Harris, Sr., Elementary School Youth Basketball and Mentorship Award Amount: $4,333.33 Project Description: The 6th Branch (T6B) is a veteran-led community organization that supports neighborhood associations and leaders in Baltimore City. Through an AmeriCorps
Program Name: Fun With STEMMA! We Dream So Children Will Learn How to Dream! Award Amount: $19,997 Program Description: Fun with STEMMA! is a hands-on, STEM program that involves under-represented youths in grades K-12, using 3D design and printing, drones, game design software, digital/ aerial
Program Name: Project Alpha, After-School Achievers Award Amount: $13,437.50 Program Description: The Project Alpha After-School Achievers Program was established in January 2018 to foster confidence, academic excellence, and holistic youth development. The hours immediately following school
To develop a youth-centered community to help middle school, low-income and undeserved girls overcome barriers to personal and academic success by engaging them in their communities, building their self-esteem, imparting social etiquette skills, increasing literacy and encouraging sisterhood.
Program Name: The ACE Project: Baltimore Award Amount: $20,000 Project Description: The ACE Project will hire its first Program Manager as part of the Baltimore Children & Youth Fund. This individual will oversee the after-school programs running concurrently at three Baltimore-based