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Turning Good into Greater Good

2018 grantees

Three-Year Grant

Lydia’s House:  $100,00 (grant of $33,333 per year beginning in 2017)

Train unemployed, financially struggling women for work in the culinary field thru Lydia’s Ladle

One-Year Grants

Annie’s Hope: $17,500

Offer free, in-school support services to disadvantaged children grieving the death of someone significant

City Greens Market: $24,000

Revive a mobile vegetable market to reach elderly residents and disadvantaged families from low-income neighborhoods

Crime Victim Advocacy Center: $10,000

Support and expand a free mental health counseling program focusing on women and children who are victims of crime

GlobalHack: $20,000

Increase the number of youth interested in technology careers through a summer camp program with a focus on girls, minorities and individuals with disabilities

Home Sweet Home: $10,000

Assist in providing expanded warehouse space for basic household furnishings to help families experiencing poverty and toxic stress

Home Works! The Teacher Home Visit Program: $20,000

Improve the overall learning experience for underperforming students by providing classroom teacher home visits with the family

iFM Community Medicine: $14,000

Provide a school-based nurse practitioner to offer free vaccinations and general healthcare to recent immigrant and refugee children

Lift For Life Gym: $10,000

Support a program for low-income school children which includes sports, fitness, nutrition and education classes after school and during the summer

Magdalene St. Louis: $20,000

Support women who have survived abuse, sexual exploitation and addiction by providing a workspace dedicated to teaching sustainable, in-demand job skills and financial literacy

The SoulFisher Ministries: $18,000

Expand a program for women involved with the criminal justice system by providing housing and services that support successful re-entry to a life free from drugs, alcohol and criminal activity

Throwing and Growing Foundation: $12,500

Provide a free character development program for economically disadvantaged girls to enhance overall mental and physical well-being and improve self-esteem

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