Recent Grantees

 

At our Spring Board of Directors’ Meeting in March 2019, The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation awarded 134 grants for a total of $5,864,550. Below is a list of our recent grantees who applied for a grant between July 3, 2018 and November 1, 2018. Please visit our Annual Report Page for a full list of Cafritz grantees.


 

Organization

Amount

Academy of Hope Adult Public Charter School http://www.aohdc.org

$50,000

General support for student services.

$30,000

For the Resident Services Program.

Alexandria Seaport Foundation http://www.alexandriaseaport.org

$30,000

General support for the apprenticeship program.

American University - WAMU-FM www.wamu.org

$35,000

To support the Environment Beat in the newsroom of WAMU.

Arlington Community Foundation http://arlcf.org

$20,000

For the Bridges Out of Poverty Community Initiative.

Arlington Free Clinic http://www.arlingtonfreeclinic.org

$65,000

General support.

Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing http://www.apah.org

$270,000

$250,000 capital grant, contingent on receipt of proof of approval for your tax credit application to the Virginia Housing Development Authority, and $20,000 for general support.

$20,000

$15,000 outright, including $5,000 to support the Shade Structure Project, and $5,000 as a 1:1 match for general support.

Ascensions Community Services Inc http://www.2ascend.org

$25,000

General support.

Asian American LEAD www.aalead.org

$40,000

General support.

Asian Pacific American Legal Resource Center http://www.apalrc.org

$50,000

General support.

Benefits Data Trust http://www.bdtrust.org

$25,000

General support to help seniors and families in obtaining public benefits in Prince George's and Montgomery Counties.

BlackRock Center for the Arts http://www.blackrockcenter.org

$20,000

General support.

Bright Beginnings, Inc. www.bbidc.org

$60,000

$30,000 outright and $30,000 as a 1:1 match for general support.

Byte Back, Inc. http://www.byteback.org

$25,000

General support for programming in DC and Prince George's County, Maryland.