Grant Recipients for Fiscal Year 2022

Grant Recipients for Fiscal Year 2022 Awarded by the Board of Directors of the Charles County Charitable Trust Total Funds Awarded: $809,300   Alice Ferguson Foundation Grant Award:  $5,000 Purpose:  Engage youth and adults on a continuum of environmental education and stewardship in Charles County.   Bay Community Support Services Grant Award:  $16,000 Purpose:  Implementation […]

Maryland Recovery Now Grant Recipients October, 2021

Maryland Recovery Now Grant Recipients   Awarded by the Board of Directors of the Charles County Charitable Trust Total Funds Awarded: $520,300   Bay Community Support Services Grant Award:  $20,000 Purpose:   Personnel costs for recruitment and retention of caregivers for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities, a direct result of the dramatic turnover in caregivers […]

Grant Recipients for Fiscal Year 2022

Awarded by the Board of Directors of the Charles County Charitable Trust Total Funds Awarded: $809,300   Alice Ferguson Foundation Grant Award:  $5,000 Purpose:  Engage youth and adults on a continuum of environmental education and stewardship in Charles County.   Bay Community Support Services Grant Award:  $16,000 Purpose:  Implementation of ”YOUniversity”, a technology-driven training program […]

Maryland Recovery Now Grant Recipients

Awarded by the Board of Directors of the Charles County Charitable Trust Total Funds Awarded: $520,300   Bay Community Support Services Grant Award:  $20,000 Purpose:   Personnel costs for recruitment and retention of caregivers for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities, a direct result of the dramatic turnover in caregivers and the challenges of replacing them. […]

Grant awards for Fiscal Year 2021 announced

The Charles County Charitable Trust has announced approval of 33 grant awards to nonprofit organizations serving the community with a wide range of services. The amount totals $784,800. Of this, $859,800 was provided by the County Commissioners through their longstanding annual support for the nonprofit sector. The additional $700 was contributed by the Trust using […]

COVID-19 emergency fund round two disbursements underway

A second round of grants under the Covid-19 Emergency Relief Fund is now being distributed to nonprofit organizations in Charles County experiencing unusual financial strain due to the coronavirus pandemic. In making the announcement, the Charles County Charitable Trust said that a total of $120,050 is being allocated among 26 organizations that met the qualification […]

COVID-19 AND CHARLES COUNTY NONPROFITS

The pandemic caused by the coronavirus outbreak is affecting everyone virtually everywhere. In this space we pay tribute to all the charitable organizations that work tirelessly to meet the needs of residents right here in Charles County. Your generosity, good will, and perseverance deserve high accolades from the local community. For nonprofits, the pandemic’s onset […]

News Release: Community Forum on Trauma Response in the County

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (3 pages) Community Forum Oct. 8 on Trauma Response in the County September 27, 2019 CONTACT: Charles County Charitable Trust, 301-934-3700       When a Charles County resident has been victimized by a traumatic event, what help is available? This question will serve as the underlying theme of a community forum […]

Annual Report 2019

The Charles County Charitable Trust is pleased to present this annual report. The year covered runs from July 1, 2018, through June 30, 2019. The Board of Directors and staff members wish to express appreciation for the County’s ongoing support for the Trust’s work. Such support makes it possible to promote and maintain programs that […]

Fiscal Year 2020 Grant Recipients News Release

The Charles County Charitable Trust has announced awarding grants to 28 nonprofit organizations for the fiscal year beginning July 1. With a total of $784,100 in grant funds to distribute, allocations ranged from $3,000 to $55,000. “This is the fourth cycle we have handled,” said Vivian Mills, Trust executive director. “This year as in previous […]