2012 Non-Departmental Grant Summary

Organization Name Amount Purpose Website Address Zip Code
Bowie Business Innovation Center, Inc. [BBIC] $75,000.00 BBIC will use grant funds to: a) Provide management, financial and marketing advice; b) to permit entrepreneurs to focus their energies and strategies on producing and selling as they learn to manage their own businesses;) to maintain open lines of communications with educational facilities in the greater Bowie area and assist the fledgling businesses in obtaining the necessary technical and educational assistance and training for their employees www.bowiebic.com 20716
Camp Fire USA Patuxent Area Council, Inc. $25,000.00 Camp Fire will use grant funds to support youth development and family strengthening programs; camp; small group, teen leadership programs. www.campfireusa-patuxent.org 20770
CASA de Maryland $200,000.00 CASA de Maryland will use grant funds for the following programs: Job Placement and Development; Vocational Training; Job-Readiness Workshops; English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL); Financial Literacy. www.casademaryland.org 20783
Caucus Salvadoreno Empresarial, Inc. $25,000.00 Caucus Salvadoreno Empresarial will use grant funds to provide scholarships to students from Prince George's County.   www.salvordoriancaucus.org 20010
Economic Development and Training Institute, Inc. [EDTI] $30,000.00 EDTI will use grant funds to provide below market rate office rentals, revolving loan fund program, technical and financial assistance services, free business workshops, low-income housing program and youth services.   20746
Educational Video in Spanish, Inc. [EVS] $25,000.00 EVS will use grant funds to produce and broadcast five Linea Directa television programs focusing on public health. www.evscommunications.com 20017
End Time Harvest Ministries [ETHM] - Pathways to Career Success $75,000.00 ETHM - Pathways to Career Success will use grant funds to provide students at Bladensburg High School with career and college development services. www.ethm.org 20784
End Time Harvest Ministries -Youth Wellness Leadership Institute $50,000.00 ETHM -Youth Wellness Leadership Institute will use grant funds to address the health crisis among Port Towns and county youth and families by offering youth-led nutritional and physically active programming and through community engagement development. www.ethm.org 20784
Family Crisis Center, Inc. $75,000.00 Family Crisis Center will use grant funds to provide emergency housing, counseling, food, clothing and other supportive services. www.familycrisiscenterpgco.org 20722
First Generation College Bound, Inc. $175,000.00 will use grant funds to provide homework clubs, college access program and retention program. www.fgcb.org 20707
Food and Friends, Inc. $125,000.00 will use grant funds to provide home-delivered specialized meals and groceries in conjunction with nutrition counseling. www.foodandfriends.org 20011
Greater Prince George's Business Roundtable $30,000.00 will use grant funds to maintain relationships with Joint Base Andrews staff, keep county constituency aware of opportunities and challenges, and provide a voice for the community www.bizroundtable.org 20720
Latin American Youth Center, Inc. $90,000.00 will use grant funds for the on-site counselor and general operating support for ongoing services, including: school-based prevention; out-of-school time programming; prevention programs for drop-out youth www.layc-dc.org 20783 & 20737
Leadership Prince George's $35,000.00 will use grant funds to support participants attending leadership sessions one full day of each month from October through May, exploring topics such as economic development, public safety, education, environmental awareness, arts and culture, and diversity affecting the quality of life in Prince George's County. www.leadershipprincegeorges.org 20774
Liberty's Promise $65,000.00 will use grant funds to support the after-school program of civic engagement (two 10-week sessions) at High Point High School and Parkdale High School. www.libertyspromise.org 20705 & 20737
Mission of Love Charities, Incorporated $75,000.00 MOLC will use grant funds to provide free food, clothing, furniture and beds, household appliances, amenities and referrals for services not offered at MOLC. www.molcinc.org 20743
Neighborhood Design Center, Inc. $50,000.00 will use grant funds to provide more community groups with design and planning services. www.ndc.md.org 20737
Still I Rise, Inc. $30,000.00 will use grant funds to purchase AV equipment for the training center and employ a training services coordinator for survivors of domestic violence. www.stillirisemd.org 20735
Take Charge Juvenile Diversion Program, Inc. $75,000.00 will use grant funds to provide individual and group counseling; parenting enhancement classes; field trips to colleges and museums, tutoring and GED resources, community outreach / educational activities. www.takechargeprogram.org 20747
The Chesapeake Entrepreneur Foundation, Inc. $125,000.00 will use grant funds to provide training programs that will help teenagers and preadults develop leadership, entrepreneurial and business skills. www.chesapeakefoundation.org 20716
The Training Source, Inc. $40,000.00 will use grant funds to conduct these programs: office automation training; youth leadership program, life and employability skills training; and community supportive services www.thetrainingsource.org 20743
United Communities Against Poverty, Inc. [UCAP] $75,000.00 Provide services to help with housing (rental/mortgage assistance); employment and education (GED), and the operation of a 100-bed homeless shelter. www.ucappgc.org 20743
The University of Maryland College Park Foundation, Inc. -Incentive Award Program $150,000.00 will use grant funds to provide first-generation, low-income students attending one of the participating Prince George's County High schools with assistance for the cost of tuition, fees, and room and board at the University of Maryland, College Park for four years (or eight semesters). www.umd.edu
Funds Disbursed as of 2/3/12 $1,729,853.87 Total Non-Departmental Funds Available: $1,735,000