Recent Grantees

 

At our Fall Board of Directors’ Meeting in October 2019, The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation awarded 127 grants for a total of $10,454,000. Below is a list of our recent grantees who applied for a grant between March 2, 2019 and July 1, 2019. Please visit our Annual Report Page for a full list of Cafritz grantees.


 

Organization

Amount

$35,000

To support advocacy efforts on behalf of low-income children in Washington, DC.

$50,000

For the DC Metro Area Fellowship and Alumni Programs.

$25,000

General support.

First Shift Justice Project http://www.firstshift.org

$20,000

$15,000 outright and $5,000 as a 1:1 match for general support.

For Love of Children http://www.floc.org

$35,000

General support.

Foster & Adoptive Parent Advocacy Center www.dcfapac.org

$30,000

General support.

Foundation Schools www.foundationschools.org

$40,000

$25,000 for the Foundation Links program and $15,000 for the Food for Thought program.

FRESHFARM Markets, Inc. http://www.freshfarm.org

$15,000

General support.

FRESHFARM Markets, Inc. http://www.freshfarm.org

$15,000

General support.

Friends of Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens http://www.friendsofkenilworthgardens.org

$15,000

General support.

Friends of the U.S. National Arboretum http://www.fona.org

$30,000

For the Washington Youth Garden.

Girls on the Run - DC http://www.gotrdc.org

$25,000

General support.

Goodwill of Greater Washington http://www.dcgoodwill.org

$50,000

General support for workforce development programs in the DC metropolitan area, including the operation of the Goodwill Excel Center Adult Public Charter School.

Greater Washington Community Foundation http://www.thecommunityfoundation.org

$90,000

$25,000 for the LGBTQ+ Fund, $45,000 for the Greater Washington Workforce Development Collaborative and $20,000 for the Resilience Fund.

Habitat for Humanity of Washington, D.C. www.dchabitat.org

$40,000

$30,000 for general operating support and $10,000 as a one-time request to support the purchase of a repair van.