The Arundel House of Hope received the following grants.
October 29, 2013
The Bank of America Charitable Foundation today announced $270,000 in grants to 12 nonprofits in Baltimore addressing critical needs, such as hunger and shelter to longer term solutions that promote financial wellness through access to benefits and resources. “We’re working to meet the day-to-day needs of those who live and work in our community,” said David Millman, Maryland and Baltimore Market President, Bank of America. “These grants will help nonprofits continue to address Baltimore’s most pressing needs while helping individuals become more financially stable in the long term.”
Arundel House of Hope Inc. received a $15,000 grant and will use the funds to shelter homeless and chronically homeless individuals in Anne Arundel County. The organization’s emergency shelter program serves up to 90 men and women each night.
CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield have recently awarded a grant for $15,000 for the Arundel House of Hope Medical Clinic. These funds will go to the general operations of the medical clinic that continues to improve the lives and provide healthy outcomes for the patients it serves. Arundel House of Hope is committed to helping those in our community that lack access to affordable healthcare services.