BALTIMORE — The United Way of Central Maryland is accepting applications for its Neighborhood Grant Program. It will award a variety of non-profits and organizations grants of up to $10,000 in the Greater Baltimore area in its latest effort to strengthen the community.
"It is core to our mission to improve lives, to build leaders, and to mobilize and make change happen. For us, this is part of what we do everyday, giving leaders platforms and opportunities to make a difference," Franklyn Baker, President and CEO of The United Way of Central Maryland said.
My Sister's Keeper, Youth in Action, and Moms On A Mission are among several of the recipients that The United Way of Central Maryland helped in 2020. If you are interested in applying for this year's Neighborhood Grant Program, click here for more information. Applicants must have an operating budget of under $500,000 to qualify. Applications must be submitted online by November 22.