D-1 Council Member Mary Lehman - Council Website Summary

Organization Name Amount Purpose Website Address Zip Code
All Shades of Pink, Incorporated $1,000 All Shades of Pink will use grant funds to support the following programs: comfort blankets for diagnosed patients; the emergency Utility Assistance Fund; promote physical health; and educational materials for youth / adults. www.asopinc.org 20769
Anacostia Trails Heritage Area, Inc. [ATHC] $1,500 Anacostia Trails Heritage Area will use grant funds for expenses related to the bike rally event, the sponsorship match, brochure printing, developing new programs and developing the new Visitors Center for the heritage area. www.anacostiatrails.org 20781
ARC of Prince George's County $2,500 ARC of Prince George's County will use grant funds to provide a level of 50-50% matching funding to families for a variety of activities (educational, individual development, social, recreational, camps and sports); in-home and out of the home direct respite care; and trying to match awardees to the Council Districts in which live, to the extent possible. http://www.thearcofpgc.org 20774
Beltsville-Adelphi Boys and Girls Club, Inc.  $3,000 Beltsville-Adelphi Boys and Girls Club, Inc. will use grant funds for expenses related to conducting its sports programs, including paying membership fees for eligible applicants, obtaining new uniforms and equipment, conducting training of volunteer staff, paying for insurance and league fees, and paying for existing and unexpected building maintenance issues. www.beltsvilleadelphi.com 20705
Beltsville Seventh Day Adventist Church - Beltsville Adventist Community Center $3,000 Beltsville Seventh Day Adventist Church - Beltsville Adventist Community Center will use grant funds for expenses related to volunteer crisis assistance, which involves financial assistance with utilities, rent and mortgage payments, emergency food assistance and job/resume assistance. http://www.beltsvillesda.org 20705
Cherry Lane Boxing and Youth Fitness  $2,500 Cherry Lane Boxing and Youth Fitness will use grant funds for expenses related to providing boxing, training and fitness programs to youth. No website listed on application 20707
Chesapeake Lighthouse Foundation, Inc., dba Chesapeake Math and IT Academy $3,000 Chesapeake Lighthouse Foundation, Inc., dba Chesapeake Math and IT Academy, will use grant funds for expenses related to build a gymnasium for the academy. www.cmitacademy.org 21061
Christmas in April * Prince George's County, Inc. $1,000 Christmas in April * Prince George's County will use grant funds for expenses related to repairing homes of selected homeowners. www.christmasinaprilpg.org 20735
Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind $500 Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind will use grant funds for expenses related to providing vision screenings on its Mobile Vision Care Unit, offering independent living skills training, coordinating volunteer services such as home visitors, readers or grocery shoppers, providing transportation to support groups and community integration activities for individuals experiencing vision loss. www.clb.org 20910
Community Legal Services of Prince George's County, Inc. $3,000 Community Legal Services will use grant funds to provide support for families via our Lawyer Referral Program where families receive free legal representation and via our various free law clinics where clients receive free legal advice in family law, domestic violence, foreclosure, guardianship, name change, small claims, landlord/tenant, expungments, bankruptcy, durable power of attorney, and living wills. www.clspgc.org 20737
Community Research Inc. $3,500 Community Research Inc. will use grant funds for expenses related to supporting web-based outreach to educate and mobilize county constituencies, help cover an intern's stipend, and defray some of the costs for printing and for grassroots meeting space. No website listed on application 20740
Cultural Communications, Inc. $1,000 Cultural Communications, Inc. will use grant funds for expenses related to conducting "Out of School Time Boot Camps," Career Training and Internship Programs" and the "Tutoring and Mentoring Program." www.culturalcommunications.org 20706
Earnest Community Development Corporation (CDC) $1,000 Earnest CDC will use grant funds for expenses related to its food distribution program, cooking demonstration workshops, nutritional education program, and the Grow Health Food at Home Workshop. No website listed on application 20707
First Generation College Bound, Inc. [FGCB] $5,000 First Generation College Bound will use grant funds to conduct homework clubs, the college access program, the Way 2 Go Maryland-FGCB Partnership program and the retention program (for college students). www.fgcb.org 20707
First Generation College Bound, Inc. [FGCB] $2,000 First Generation College Bound will use grant funds to conduct homework clubs, the college access program, the Way 2 Go Maryland-FGCB Partnership program and the retention program (for college students). www.fgcb.org 20707
Food & Friends, Inc. $4,500 Food & Friends will use grant funds to provide a portion of the match required by a Maryland bond bill to purchase and install an emergency generator to ensure food safety. www.foodandfriends.org 20011
Friends of the Northwestern Choral Society of Hyattsville MD, Inc. [FNCSH] $2,000 FNCSH will use grant funds for expenses related to traveling to South Africa for the Ihlombe Choral Festival being held July 10-20, 2013. www.friendsofnhschoirs.org 20707
Hillel The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life - Ben and Esther Rosenbloom Hillel Center $1,000 Hillel The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life - Ben and Esther Rosenbloom Hillel Center will use grant funds for expenses related to providing gardening and nutritional guidance to High Point High school students, conducting mentoring and tutoring efforts, planting and maintaining one or more gardens, and conducting beautification and landscaping projects. www.marylandhillel.org 20740
Human Services Coalition of Prince George's County $2,000 Human Services Coalition of Prince George's County will use grant funds for expenses related to providing training, technical assistance and coaching to build nonprofit capacity to provide enhanced and increased services in District 1 and to improve the sustainability of those nonprofits. More specifically, funds will be used to assist in achieving the $23,000 for Outside Contracts Training TA on the FY 2013 budget. www.hscofpgc.org 20785
Islamic Leadership Institute of America, dba Green Sprouts - Hollywood Farmers Market $1747 Hollywood Farmers Market will use grant funds for expenses related to providing locally grown, farm-fresh produce to local residents. http://hollywood farmersmarket.org 20740
Jack and Jill of America Foundation, Inc. - National Harbor Chapter $1,000 Jack and Jill of America Foundation, Inc. - National Harbor Chapter will use grant funds for expenses for expenses related to conducting its leadership development program and its financial literacy and personal finance programs for its teen participan www.jackandjillnationalharbor.org 20791
Laurel High School PTSA $2,000 Laurel High School PTSA will use grant funds for expenses related to book scholarships, teacher grants, parent awareness programs, college visits / fairs and appreciation lunches. www.laurelptsa.webs.com 20707
Liberty's Promise $2,000 Liberty's Promise will delivery its second year of Civics and Citizenship, an after-school civic engagement program at High Point High School. The funds will help pay for the program's teacher / facilitator fee, for food for youth participants and for transportation costs for youth. www.libertyspromise.org 22314-1837
Lovely Ladies of Laurel, Inc. $1,000 Lovely Ladies of Laurel will use grant funds for expenses related conducting mentoring services, self-esteem workshops, bullying workshops, empowering workshops, and protecting against domestic violence workshops. www.lovelyladiesoflaurell3.org 20743
Meals on Wheels of the College Park Area, Inc. $3,000 Meals on Wheels of the College Park Area will use grant funds for expenses related to the home delivery of meals five days a week to eligible residents of Prince George's County. http://mowcp.yolasite.com 20740
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People [NAACP] - Prince George's County $10,753 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People [NAACP] - Prince George's County will use grant funds to purchase VISA gift cards which will be given to county residents who turn in guns. No website listed on application 20774
New Revival Center of Renewal, Inc. [NRCR] $1,000 NRCR will use grant funds for expenses related to addressing the needs of the formerly incarcerated, the homeless and veterans by providing: shelter when necessary; counseling for the individuals and families to reintegrate the family unit; and necessary job training and life skills to aid job searches. www.nrcr.webs.com 20743
Outlaw Kitties Trap, Neuter, Return & Rescue Corporation $1,000 Outlaw Kitties will use grant funds to offset the costs of general operations of assisting low-income pet owners provide feral cats with shots, and with spay / neutering services and post-op care for the cats. www.outlawkitties.org 20784
Patrons for Peace Project, Inc. $3,000 Patrons for Peace Project will use grant funds to provide eligible County residents with assistance in paying for rent and in obtaining food, transportation and services (including mental health treatment, food stamps, and a supportive network). No website listed on application 20707
Prince George's African American Museum and Cultural Center at North Brentwood, Inc. [PGAAMCC] $1,000 PGAAMCC at North Brentwood will use grant funds for expenses related to conducted its Culture Keepers Project (exploring the human condition in a variety of contexts), the Museum-In-A-Box (bringing the museum experience to the classroom or office), and various public programs (lectures, book club, social networking event, etc.). www.pgaamcc.org 20722
Prince George's County Public Safety Assistance Program, Inc. $1,000 Prince George's County Public Safety Assistance Program will use grant funds for expenses related to preparing food baskets and canned goods to families displaced by disasters during the year. No website listed on application 20773
Prince George's Women's Lacrosse Association [PGWLA] $1,000 PGWLA will use grant funds for expenses related to teaching girls' lacrosse, holding workshops and seminars, and providing information on healthy living and college acceptance. www.pgwla.org 20775
Pro Bono Counseling Project, Inc. $2,000 Pro Bono Counseling Project will use grant funds for expenses related to providing mental health care at no cost and with no limit of number of sessions and no waiting list. If a person lives in Prince George's County, they will be linked for all therapy and supporting services within 20 minutes of their community. www.probonocounseling.org 21210
Ryan Odelle Mance Memorial Scholarship Foundation, Incorporated $500 Ryan Odelle Mance Memorial Scholarship Foundation will use grant funds for expenses related to awarding first year and merited annually renewed college scholarships and conducting the Leadership Mentoring Program, beginning at the sophomore grade level, at Laurel High School. www.ryanomancefoundation.org 20607
Side by Side, Inc. $3,500 Side by Side will use grant funds to support for one year its monthly Family Academy at which it serves dinner, conducts workshops (eight) for parents and involves children in enrichment activities. Funds will also support 36 Great Start evenings, a program specifically designed for parents of kindergarten and pre-kindergarten children in six of the schools. www.sidebysidelaurel.org 20707
Side by Side, Inc. $1,000 Side by Side will use grant funds for expenses related to conducting workshops in English and Spanish for parents on how to partner with teachers in supporting their children's success in the classroom, as well as offering a free meal and enrichment activities for their children at six of the seven elementary schools in District 1. www.sidebysidelaurel.org 20707
SPCA / Humane Society of Prince George's County, Inc. $2,500 SPCA / Humane Society of Prince George's County will use grant funds for expenses related to providing free and / or subsidized spay / neuter of up to four domestic pets per qualifying household. www.pgspca.org 20718
Still I Rise, Inc. $500 Still I Rise will use grant funds to support crisis intervention counseling, its food pantry, housing and legal referrals, job readiness training, and pastoral counseling. www.stillirisemd.org 20735
Take Charge Juvenile Diversion Program, Inc. [3/21/13] $4,000 Take Charge will use grant funds to provide services which include: providing individual and group counseling for families referred to the organization and; facilitating school assemblies / seminars with law enforcement officials and the Council Member as invited speakers. Counseling topics will include leadership development, financial literacy, conflict resolution, anti-bullying, auto-theft prevention and gang prevention. They will also offer a summer basketball camp. www.takechargeprogram.org 20747
The Dictionary Project - fiduciary agent for Laurel Rotary Club $1,000 The Dictionary Project - fiduciary agent for Laurel Rotary Club will use grant funds to give out 576 individual dictionaries to students in eight elementary schools in Prince George's County www.dictionaryproject.org 29402
The Ivy Community Charities of Prince George's County, Inc. - scholarships, mentoring, follow-up activities $1,000 The Ivy Community Charities of Prince George's County will use grant funds to provide scholarships to a two or four year institution, and fund a mentoring program with monthly workshops and follow-up activities. www.iccpgc.org 20746
The Laurel Oratorio Society, Inc. [dba Central Maryland Chorale] $1,500 The Laurel Oratorio Society, Inc. [dba Central Maryland Chorale] will use grant funds to provide scholarships to three high school seniors who have been active in pursuing a vocal major in college. The scholarship amounts are $1,000, $750, and $500. www.centralmarylandchorale.com 20725
Transitional Zone, Inc. $1,000 Transitional Zone will use grant funds for expenses related to conducting its after-school mentoring program for students in Grades 5 - 12 and for its GED apprenticeship connecting program for youth living in the immediate community. www.transitionalzoneinc.org 20707
Walking On Water, Inc. $500 Walking On Water will use grant funds to pay for the supplies (baking ingredients, kitchen utensils and other related expenses) to teach about 30 students in three schools in District 1 how to bake bread in a classroom setting. The program is a visual, tactile, auditory and socially-interactive exposure that firmly fixes basic math and science concepts while reinforcing teambuilding skills. www.breadmakingez.com 21044
William S. Schmidt Center $1,000 William S. Schmidt Center will use grant funds to assist aspiring Maryland Green Schools in District One with $250 per project to complete an on-campus student project that will satisfy a piece of the environmental best management practice component of certification. Some funds will go towards the purchase of consumable supplies for schools to use to complete their projects (i.e., birdhouse lumber and hardware, storm drain paint, rain barrel supplies, etc.). Other funds will go towards tools, power tools, storm drain stencils, etc., to be stored at the Schmidt Center and shared with other schools, as well as the construction of model projects at the Schmidt Center that schools can observe in order to generate ideas for their own projects. www1.pgcps.org/williamschmidt 20613
Women's Community Club of Beltsville Maryland Ltd.. $1,000 Women's Community Club of Beltsville will use grant funds for expenses related to conducting its Food for Beltsville and Holiday Gift Programs, for college scholarships, for conducting community programs and support efforts, and for developing new programs. No website listed on application 20705
Youth With Purpose, Inc. $2,000 Youth With Purpose will use grant funds for expenses related to combining traditional mentoring and support with unique social and cultural experiences for at-risk youth in grades 9-12 at High Point High School. Website under construction 21044
Funds Disbursed as of 5-9-13 $98,000      
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