Fiscal Year 2025 Grants will be due April 11, 2024

American Rescue Plan Act (Round 3) Award List

Grant Recipients for ARPA Round 3 Grant Awarded by the Board of Directors of the Charles County Charitable Trust Total Funds Awarded: $285,000

Alice Ferguson Foundation
Grant Award:  $15,000
Purpose: To provide summer camp experiences for disadvantaged Charles County students.

Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Washington
Grant Award: $15,000
Purpose: Staffing support for Angels Watch Shelter.

Charles County Children’s Aid Society
Grant Award:  $15,000
Purpose: Staffing support for program assisting families who have been financially impacted by the pandemic.

Christmas in April Charles County DBA Rebuilding Together Charles County
Grant Award:  $15,000
Purpose: To purchase materials to complete home repairs for elderly and disabled low-income residents.

Health Partners Inc
Grant Award:  $15,000
Purpose: To market and recruit new employees to fill vital staffing gaps, as well as to purchase additional PPE.

Maryland Diaper Bank
Grant Award:  $15,000
Purpose: To fund operational support and purchase of diapers and other necessities for families in need.

New Hope Community Outreach Services, Inc.
Grant Award:  $15,000
Purpose: To provide a freezer truck, shelving, hygiene items and food for community food pantry distribution.

Providence of Maryland
Grant Award:  $15,000
Purpose: To fund necessary upgrades to residential group homes for people with disabilities.

Southern Maryland Center for Independent Living
Grant Award:  $15,000
Purpose: To fund technology devices, internet access, staff salary and travel expenses for working with disabled individuals in their homes.

The Catherine Foundation of MD, Inc.
Grant Award:  $15,000
Purpose: To provide childcare items such as clothing, baby food, blankets, diapers, and more to struggling families.

Toiletry and Company, Inc.
Grant Award:  $1,000
Purpose: To provide free toiletry kits to residents in need.

Beyond the Classroom Inc.
Grant Award:  $5,125
Purpose: To provide supplies for a youth summer wellness program.

Center for Children Inc.
Grant Award:  $15,000
Purpose: To renew CARF Accreditation in order to continue to offer free services, as well as to supply medical and cleaning supplies, and PPE.

Chesapeake Choral Arts Society
Grant Award:  $2,510
Purpose: Revenue loss as a result of the pandemic.

Elite Registry of Working Dogs
Grant Award:  $15,000
Purpose:  To provide training and supplies for specialized emotional support animals.

Hospice of the Chesapeake – Hospice of Charles County
Grant Award:  $15,000
Purpose:  To purchase medical supplies and equipment for COVID mitigation and prevention.

Maryland Veterans Memorial Museum Inc.
Grant Award:  $13,865
Purpose: Revenue Loss as a result of the pandemic.

Our Place Waldorf, Inc.
Grant Award:  $15,000
Purpose: To fund coordinator staffing, supplies and food for meal services for those in need.

Pure Play Every Day
Grant Award:  $7,500
Purpose:  Revenue loss as a result of the pandemic.

Spring Dell Center, Inc.
Grant Award:  $15,000
Purpose:  To fund virtual programming that helps people with disabilities cope with the negative impacts of the pandemic.

The Jude House, Inc.
Grant Award:  $15,000
Purpose:  To cover rent for a residential property that houses sick or quarantined patients currently in residential programs.

Upward Thrive Academy, Inc.
Grant Award:  $15,000
Purpose:  To fund food, supplies, staff pay, and transportation costs for a weekend meals program that supports school-aged children and their families.

Note: Even if regional in scope, nonprofit organizations use grant funds solely for the benefit of Charles County residents.