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Friday, May 06, 2016

$90,000 Impacts Lower Shore Nonprofits

$90,000 will be disbursed amongst 25 nonprofit programs in the Lower Shore region. The programs funded will cover a broad range of community needs ranging from youth projects, to the arts, therapeutic services, conservation, and much more.

“Responding to the changing needs in our community is a key strength of the Community Foundation,” states Community Foundation President Erica Joseph. “Our local nonprofit partners are tackling a variety of issues in our region and we are proud to support their efforts.”

The semi-annual Community Needs Grant Program benefits organizations serving the Lower Shore, with a $5,000 maximum award per nonprofit. Applicants must be 501c3 nonprofit organizations, faith-based organizations providing non-sectarian programs, or eligible programs within government agencies serving citizens on the Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland. The next deadline for CNG grant applications is August 1st.

Grants were awarded to the following nonprofit programs:



Anonymous said...

That's about 88 cents per Wicomico County resident.

Anonymous said...

Hey, we're poor! Give it a rest!