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Brandon Scott

Source: Radio One Digital / Radio One Digital

Big news for Baltimore’s nonprofit organizations! Mayor Brandon Scott announced Wednesday $3.4 million in COVID-19 relief for more than 100 nonprofit organizations in Baltimore city. Grants will be up to $50,000 and sent  to 120 Baltimore nonprofits. Per the mayor’s office said the grants were prioritized for small organizations, organizations that provide critical services to city residents, and organizations serving neighborhoods most profoundly impacted by the pandemic.

The Mayors office also added,

“In Baltimore, we know our nonprofit organizations provide critical services for our residents and support public safety, equitable neighborhoods, and youth development. They are central to making Baltimore a great place to live and work,” Scott said in a statement. “We are committed to supporting organizations working with our residents and in our communities to make Baltimore the more inclusive, vibrant, and thriving city we all know it can be.”

Check out the full list of organizations HERE