Our 2014 grant cycle represents $4,007 in grants to six organizations.
Boy Scout Troop 298
This matching grant will support the scouts attending summer day camp in Summer 2015. Funds raised by Boy Scout Troop 298 between now and May 31, 2015 will be eligible for the match.
The College Park Community Food Bank
This grant will support a new initiative to develop infrastructure and visibility by funding a stipend for an intern to develop better organizational systems, story collecting, messaging, and data gathering, including a volunteer and donor directory, updated website, and developing a data collection tool for the clients they serve. $300 of this grant is a matching grant for other funds The College Park Community Food Bank raises for this project through May 30, 2015.
The College Park Community Library
This grant will support the purchase of a library software package that will allow the Community Library to improve their service capacity by being able to track their inventory, electronically check-out/in books, and easily inform customers of when popular items will be available.
Cub Scout Pack 298
This matching grant will support the scouts attending summer day camp in Summer 2015. Funds raised by Cub Scout Pack298 between now and May 30, 2015 will be eligible for the match.
Meals on Wheels of College Park
This grant will support outreach and marketing efforts for clients and volunteers, including a redesigned website and targeted advertising campaigns.
The National Museum of Language
This grant will support a week-long language and culture summer day camp at the College Park Community Center during summer 2015. The camp will provide 60 children with an introduction to a variety of languages, including Chinese, French, Spanish, Arabic, and Japanese. Children will learn language and culture through songs/music, visuals, language practice, folk tales, dance, games, and arts and crafts.