|Active Cultures, The Vernacular Theatre of Maryland, Inc.
||Active Cultures will use grant funds for expenses related to supporting free and low-cost theatre performances along the Route 1 Corridor in Prince George's County. All rehearsals are in Riverdale, North Brentwood and College Park.
|All Shades of Pink, Incorporated
||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.
|ARC of Prince George's County, Inc.
||ARC will use grant funds to provide a level of 50-50% matching funding to families for respite services, including providing educational / individual development, social and recreational activities, in-home and out of the home direct respite care, camps, and sports activities, while working with Council staff to identify eligible Prince George's County residents from that Council Member's district.
|Anacostia Trails Heritage Area, Inc. [ATHC]
||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.
|Association of Neighbors - Puente, Inc.
||Association of Neighbors - Puente will use grant funds for expenses related to its marketing campaign, education, recreation, prevention and intervention strategies.
|Central American Resource Center - CARECEN
||CARECEN will use grant funds for expenses related to conducting outreach in Prince George's County to inform residents of its affordable and quality legal services and will also provide educational presentation in immigration issues and awareness on notario fraud.
|Christmas in April * Prince George's County, Inc.
||Christmas in April * Prince George's County, Inc. will use grant funds for expenses related to repairing the homes of selected homeowners.
|City of Mount Rainier - Community Garden
||City of Mount Rainier will use grant funds for expenses related to preparing, planting and maintaining its Community Garden.
|| No website listed on application
|City of Mount Rainier - Community Day
||City of Mount Rainier will use grant funds for expenses related to conducting its annual Mount Rainier Day festivities.
|| No website listed on application
|College and Career Pathways, Inc.
||College and Career Pathways will use grant funds for expenses related to its various programs, including career Connections Job Shadowing Experience, CCP Scholarship Fund, CCP Student Handbooks, CCP Graduation Ceremony and operational expenses.
|Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind
||Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind (CLB) will use grant funds for expenses related to providing vision screenings on CLB's Mobile Vision Care Unit (MVCU), offering independent living skills training, coordinating volunteer services (such as home visitors, readers or grocery shoppers) and providing transportation to support groups and community integration activities.
|Community Crisis Services, Inc.
||Community Crisis Services will use grant funds to for expenses related to its Warm Nights Program. The program provides two meals, transportation, case management and connection to mainstream resources.
|Community Legal Services of Prince George's County, Inc.;
||Community Legal Services will use grant funds to for general operating expenses, as well as cleaning and HVAC Maintenance of the Langley Park clinic.
|Crossroads Community Food Network, Inc.
||Crossroads Community Food Network will use grant funds for expenses related to the Fresh Checks program. Fresh Checks are dollar value coupons that match spending of federal nutrition assistance at the Crossroads Farmers Market, literally doubling the purchasing power of the beneficiary to obtain fresh, local, healthy food.
|Engaged Community Offshoots, Inc., aka ECO City Farms
||ECO City Farms will use grant funds to conduct training, outreach and education about making healthy food choices, composting, gardening and promoting food justice.
|Family Crisis Center, Inc.
||Family Crisis Center will use grant funds for expenses related to its programs for emergency shelter, lethality assessment, safe visitation, anger management, abuse intervention, and supportive services (food, counseling, clothing, etc.).
|Friends of the Northwestern Choral Society of Hyattsville MD, Inc.
||Friends of the Northwestern Choral Society of Hyattsville MD will use grant funds for expenses related to the student choir participating in the 10-day, 5-city Ihlombe Choral Festival in South Africa from July 10 to July 20, 2013.
|Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Foundation, Inc.
||Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Foundation will use grant funds for expenses related to providing interpretation and translation services of documents and for outreach to the Hispanic community in Prince George's County.
|Hall of Fame, Prince George's County, Maryland, Inc.
||Hall of Fame will use grant funds for expenses related to the commissioning of portraits of honorees; for education programs; for insurance of previous portraits; for updating the website; and for reprinting of the Hall of Fame brochure.
|Hyattsville Aging in Place, Inc.
||Hyattsville Aging in Place (HAP) will use grant funds for expenses related to activating a volunteer network trained to provide support services (transportation, friendly visits, caregiver respite, run errands, and perform minor home repairs), to conducting background checks and obtaining insurance that protects the board and volunteers, and for distributing information brochures and maintaining a website that describes the services HAP provides and how to contact HAP for assistance.
|Jack & Jill of America Foundation, Inc. - National Harbor Chapter
||Jack & Jill of America Foundation, Inc. - National Harbor Chapter will use grant funds to engage a student in Prince George's County to utilize their artistic, technology and skills partnered with leadership to develop a website and communications portal for The National Harbor Chapter.
|Katie Able Foundation, Inc.
||Katie Able Foundation will use grant funds for expenses related to conducting financial literacy workshops, educational seminars and community outreach efforts.
|Lewisdale - University Park Boys & Girls Club
||Lewisdale - University Park Boys & Girls Club will use grant funds for expenses related to sponsoring baseball, softball, soccer, lacrosse, basketball and t-ball at various Prince George's County schools and Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC) facilities.
|Melwood Horticultural Training Center, Inc.
||Melwood Horticultural Training Center will use grant funds for expenses related to providing job training, life skills development, job coaching and job retention skills.
|National Association for the Advancement of Colored People [NAACP] - Prince George's County - Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics (ACT-SO)
||NAACP ACT-SO will use grant funds for expenses related to recruiting, stimulating, improving and encouraging high academic and cultural achievement among African-American high school students through mentoring and various enrichment activities, including competitions involving the sciences, humanities, performing arts, visual arts and business.
|Prince George's African American Museum and Cultural Center at North Brentwood, Inc. [PGAAMCC]
||PGAAMCC will use grant funds for expenses related to conducting its various programs and outreach efforts, including its school-oriented programs, Culture Keepers and Museum-In-A-Box, and various public programs.
|Prince George's Child Resource Center, Inc.
||Prince George's Child Resource Center will use grant funds for expenses related to in-home intervention services for at-risk mothers; quality training for child care providers; and referrals for access to child care for parents receiving temporary cash assistance (TCA).
|Prince George's County Public Safety Assistance Program, Inc.
||Prince George's County Public Safety Assistance Program, Inc. will use grant funds for expenses related to providing Christmas food baskets and canned goods to families displaced by disasters during the year.
||No website listed on application
|Prince George's Philharmonic
||Prince George's Philharmonic will use grant funds primarily for its education programs, fostering music education in Prince George's County public schools.
|Seed of Faith Non-Profit Corporation
||Seed of Faith Non-Profit Corporation will use grant funds for expenses related to donating diaper bags filled with clothing essentials to group homes for pregnant and / or parenting adolescents, as well as to such women through the County health department and through County hospitals.
|Still I Rise, Inc.
||Still I Rise will use grant funds to expand the support services it provides to empower victims of domestic violence, including crisis intervention counseling, food pantry, housing and legal referrals, job readiness training and pastoral counseling.
|Take Charge Juvenile Diversion Program, Inc.
||Take Charge will use grant funds to provide services such as individual and group counseling and school assemblies / seminars. Counseling topics will include leadership development, financial literacy, conflict resolution, anti-bullying, auto theft prevention, and gang prevention.
|The Community Foundation for Prince George's County
||The Community Foundation for Prince George's County will use grant funds to support non-profit organizations serving residents of District 2 and Prince George's County.
|The Foundation for the Advancement of Music and Education, Inc. [FAME]
||FAME will use grant funds for expenses related to preparing for and conducting the professional music program, "Christmas Cantata: The Christmas Story."
|The Training Source, Inc.
||The Training Source will use grant funds for expenses related to conducting Office Automation Training, the Youth Leadership Program, Life and Employability Skills Training, and Community Supportive Services.
|Walking on Water, Inc.
||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 2 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.
|World Arts Focus (Joe's Movement Emporium) - Art Lives Here Project
||World Arts Focus (Joe's Movement Emporium) - Art Lives Here Project will use grant funds for expenses related to temporary art projects, creative business development, creation of downtown season, leasing of blighted commercial spaces and façade development in the City of Mount Rainier and the Gateway Arts District.
|World Arts Focus (Joe's Movement Emporium) - youth programs and job training
||World Arts Focus (Joe's Movement Emporium) - youth programs and job training will use grant funds for expenses related to providing youth services for ages 3-21, including after-school care, summer camp and job training in the City of Mount Rainier and the Gateway Arts District.
|Funds Disbursed as of 5-9-13