Accokeek Foundation
$17,000
To support education programs about the cultural and natural heritage of the Tidewater Potomac Region.

CASA de Maryland     
$20,000
To support the Langley Park Promise Neighborhood’s planning and implementation of wrap-around services so that all children have the academic and family supports necessary to succeed in school and be college and career ready.

Concerned Black Men
$17,000
To provide mentoring services for African American boys in the 5th to 8th grade in order to decrease truancy and increase school attachment.

Crossroads Community Food Network
$14,000
To improve healthy food access and affordability for senior citizens and provide regular intergenerational activities and programming including nutrition education.

End Time Harvest Ministries  
$16,500
To provide leadership development, workforce readiness, healthy lifestyle, and character development training and summer employment for students in Bladensburg High school to support their graduating on time and preparing for college and workforce entry.

First Generation College Bound
$10,000
To increase the number of low to moderate-income, first generation students who gain admittance to college and earn a four-year degree by providing ongoing college preparation and retention services.

Fort Washington Medical Center
$17,000
To provide diabetes self-management education to patients to live better quality lives independently.

Foundation for the Advancement of Music and Education
$17,000
To expand its comprehensive music technology and academic enrichment program to broaden students’ horizon, bolster academic skills and build self-esteem.

GapBuster Learning Center
$16,000
To support educational and workforce development services including a leadership development/college readiness STEM program, GED Preparation, ESOL classes, and HIV/AIDS Counseling, Testing, and Referral services.

Girls and Boys Clubs of Greater Washington
$15,000
To support the Drew-Freeman Branch in providing year-round youth development programming that focuses on five core areas: Education and Career Development; Health and Life Skills; the Arts; Character and Leadership Development, and Sports, Fitness and Recreation.

Hillside Work Scholarship Connection
$16,500
To ensure that young people at risk of dropping out of school graduate by providing advocacy, mentoring, job readiness and placement/support services and post-secondary supports.

Ivy Community Charities of Prince George’s County
$10,000
To support assessment of the impact of education and human service programs including tracking student progress through mentoring, youth development, parent and family safety-net support services.

Liberty’s Promise
$16,000
To support immigrant youth through an after-school program of civic engagement, that will help them become employable and provide an eight-week professional internship in County businesses, non-profits, and government.

Mentoring to Manhood
$16,500
To support ongoing mentoring and tutoring activities that promote character development and academic success.

Nick’s Place
$10,000
To provide safety net services such as affordable housing to young men ages 20-26 who are beginning their recovery from the disease of addiction to reduce their chances of being homeless and relapsing.

Prince George’s Child Resource Center, Inc.
$6,000
To prepare children for successful education by training early childhood educators and before and after care providers.

Prince George’s County Social Innovation Fund
$16,500
To support an education initiative aimed at more appropriately aligning after school enrichment with core principles of day time school instruction.

Take Charge Juvenile Diversion Program
$17,000
To support programming work with youth to assess their levels of college readiness skills and help prepare youth for national tests, financial aid needs, and support realistic college admissions goals.

Teach for America – D.C. Region
$10,000
To support recruitment, selection, training and professional development of teachers to connect committed leaders to the most deserving students in Prince George’s County Public Schools.

The Training Source
$17,000
To prepare and launch 18-26 year-olds into post-secondary certification training and jobs in the Hospitality sector.

Top Banana Home Delivered Groceries
$10,000
To support elderly and disabled residents unable to shop for themselves by providing assistance with essential grocery shopping.

United Communities Against Poverty
$10,000
To support the emergency shelter program, a 100 bed facility for women and children, to help shelter, feed, and provide supportive services to residents.

YMCA of Metropolitan Washington
$15,000
To support a new youth mentoring program that addresses early interventions focused on dropout prevention and increasing middle school retention and high school graduation rates, including career training programs to ensure that students are college and career-ready.