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|Community of Compassion-Pink Out|
The purpose of this fund is to support breast cancer funding and promote awareness.
|Community Services Council of Carroll County Fund|
The purpose of this Fund shall be to support the activities of the Community Services Council of Carroll County, Inc., which include, but are not limited to, identifying and advocating to meet the gaps in community services needs; strengthening community service provider ties with the community, government, and the media; educating members and other agencies, as well as the community, regarding community services; and recognizing employees of human service organizations within the county for their outstanding service to the community through the annual Sylvia V. Canon Humanitarian Award.
|Cool Progeny Little Lion Challenge Fund|
The purpose of the (cool) progeny Little Lion Challenge Fund shall be to support the efforts of the Donor to establish a fund that is a pay-it-forward project of (cool) progeny that promotes good works in the greater Baltimore area. Specifically, the Donor looks to make a difference in the lives of children by promoting small acts of kindness that make a big ROAR.
|Create Healthy Smiles Foundation|
To bring a team of dedicated volunteers who can improve a community’s dental health thru prevention, education, restoration and motivation.
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|Donald F. and Catherine L Burke Family Fund|
The purposes of this Fund are to further or carry out the charitable, cultural, educational and scientific purposes of the Foundation, as set forth in its Articles of Incorporation and By-Laws, as amended from time to time.
|Dream Big Union Bridge|
The purpose of this Fund shall be to support the efforts of the Donor and the Town of Union Bridge Maryland to establish a fund that will encourage public and private partnerships that will improve the appearance of the twon through beautification of public spaces and to facilitate activities that will foster improvements to the appearance and the profitability of businesses in the town.
|Eco-Warriors of MD|
To positively impact the environment through group cleanup efforts and education for the benefit of the public while lessening the burden of the government.
|Ellsworth Cemetery Fund|
Ellsworth Cemetery was created on December 21, 1876, when six Black United States Army Veterans filed Maryland Articles of Incorporation to provide a burial place “for the Colored residents of Westminster, Maryland”. Reuben Walker, David Ireland, William Massey, William Adams, Lewis Dorsey and Samuel Bowens were the six founders. At the time, local laws prohibited the burying of African Americans within the city limits of Westminster. Therefore, this cemetery was located just outside the incorporated city limits of that time. Funds will be used to maintain the cemetery (mowing and landscaping), repair headstones, support research and provide community outreach. Members of the Advisory Committee are all unpaid volunteers.
|Emily Burke Memorial Fund|
The purpose of the Emily Burke Memorial Fund is to honor the life of Emily M. Burke by providing financial support to those institutions and activities that were important to her. These institutions and activities may change with time and need. Changes will be made at the discretion of the Foundation, but donors reserve the right to suggest changes based on changed circumstances or emerging needs in the community. Examples of fund recipients or activities may include, but are not limited to, these areas: Maintenance or improvements of the Athletic and Instrumental Music Facilities at Liberty High School; Provision of athletic uniforms or instrumental-music equipment for students in need; Maintenance or improvements of athletic facilities at Saint Joseph Catholic Church in Eldersburg, MD; Funding for youth retreats or for needy students to attend retreats at Saint Joseph Catholic Church in Eldersburg, MD; An annual Girls Fast Pitch Softball Tournament in the Eldersburg, MD area; An award made to one or more students at Liberty High School who have shown remarkable character in service to others; and funds may be used to finance programs that inspire a love of reading. We believe that reading equals better education, which leads to life opportunities.
To quote a report made to the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development about this project, “A community that respects its history and those who lived it, has the right to call itself civilized.” Funds will be used to maintain the cemetery (mowing and landscaping), repair headstones, support research and provide community outreach. Members of the Advisory Committee are all unpaid volunteers.
|Evelyn F. & David S. Babylon, Jr. Family Fund|
The purposes of this Fund are to further the charitable, cultural, religious and educational work of institutions in Westminster, Carroll County, Maryland and Southern Pennsylvania through capital and operating grants. Said institutions should include, but not be limited to, institutions supported in the past by the Donors such as: The Westminster Fire Engine and Hose Company No. 1, Grace Lutheran Church, Carroll Lutheran Village, McDaniel College, Gettysburg College, Gettysburg Seminary, Carroll Hospital Center, The Carroll County Agriculture Center, The Carroll County Historical Society, projects of The GFWC Woman’s Club of Westminster and projects of the Westminster Lions Club.
|Faith and Action Ministries|
The purpose of this Fund shall be to work for the benefit and wellbeing of families, churches and schools within the Village of Minoterie, Haiti and the surrounding areas. The focus of the fund will include but is not limited to family/marriage support, cleanwater/feeding programs and child sponsorship for education.
|Farm Fresh Fun|
Our mission is provide camps, lesson and events, as well as fun outings to build life skills and reduce anxieties for underserved youth and rescue animals, who will empower each other by using the serenity of our 115 acre working farm and principles of positive reinforcement and mindfulness.
The purpose of this Fund shall be to continue the work begun by Carollynn Suplee to assist deserving children with the purchase and attendant costs associated with the acquisition of Chincoteague ponies with the goal of helping each child learn about responsibility, care, love, ethics, as well as the concept of “giving back to others” through the care and training of his or her animals. Additionally, the Fund may provide financial support to related philanthropic causes as suggested by the Advisory Committee and approved by the Community Foundation of Carroll County Board of Directors.
|Animal Rescue & Welfare||Donate|
|Find Your Purpose, Inc.|
The purpose of Find Your Purpose, Inc. is to aspire to elevate and empower individuals of all ages through mentorship, experiential learning, and entrepreneurship opportunities.
The purpose of this Fund shall be to support the efforts of the Donors to establish a fund that will bring awareness to this type of rare cancer, support sarcoma research being accomplished at Johns Hopkins Medical Center and University and provide assistance to sarcoma patients and their families who are in need.
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|Flowers for Hope|
Flowers for Hope supports two nonprofits: Carroll County Food Sunday and Growing Hope Globally (GHG). Carroll County Food Sunday (ccfoodsunday.org) is our local food bank addressing hunger in our local community. Growing Hope Globally (growinghopeglobally.org) is a non-profit working to alleviate global hunger by helping small-holder farmers in developing countries to grow more food.
|Francesca Borrelli Johnson Environmental Fund|
The purpose of the Francesca Borrelli Johnson Environmental Fund is to perpetuate her character, ideals, and goals by providing grants for practical or scholarly work directed toward improving or maintaining the quality of land, air, and water resources, and by providing scholarships to students pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in Environmental Sciences or Management/ Administration of the Environment
The Frederick Distinguished Young Women (DYW) is a local scholarship program open to high school girls in Frederick, Maryland. This program inspires them to develop their full, individual potential through a fun, transformative experience that culminates in a celebratory showcase of their accomplishments. The Frederick Distinguished Young Women program strives to give every young woman the opportunity to further her education and prepare for a successful future.
|Friends of Disabled Veterans in Carroll County|
The purpose of this Fund shall be to support Carroll County, Maryland disabled veterans by providing health services including but not limited to local non-emergency medical transportation.
|Friends of Kona|
Friends of Kona helps facilitate behavioral intervention for rescue dogs in shelters. The number one reason that a shelter dog won’t be adopted, or the adoption will fail, is due to behavioral issues. Training and behavioral medicine can be a costly endeavor often counted in the thousands. This is a hard burden to handle for both the shelters and the adopting families. Our program gets money to shelters and people who need it to make more successful adoption matches and create better dogs in the community.
|Friends of Mt. Pleasant Chapple Cemetery of Carroll County|
To support and maintain the Mount Pleasant Chapple of Carroll County Cemetery included but not limited to restoration, ground maintenance and preservation.
|Friends of Samuel Caple Family Cemetery|
The Friends of Samuel Caple Family Cemetery allows contributions from Samuel Caple’s descendants and others to fund ongoing maintenance as necessary/desirable for the Samuel Caple family burial ground in Carroll County. Samuel was an early property owner in what would become Carroll County and a soldier in the Revolutionary War.
|Friends of the Carroll County Farm Museum Fund|
The purpose of the fund is to support the ongoing operation of the Carroll County Farm Museum in Westminster, MD.; including but not limited to the care of the Museum’s extensive collection of agricultural artifacts and historic buildings as well as all events and activities associated with the Museum.
|Friends of the Mary Lou Dewey Sculpture Park|
The purpose of this Fund shall be to assist in the purchase and placement of new sculptures and to assist in the maintenance, beautification, and activities at the Mary Lou Dewey Sculpture Park (at the Westminster Branch). Beyond the purchase of additional sculptures, the fund’s purpose is to provide for the care of the existing sculpture, and for maintenance and beautification of the park that is beyond the basic maintenance (for comfort, safety and general upkeep) provided by Carroll County Government through the Bureau of Facilities. Gifts may be undesignated or designated for purchase of new sculpture, maintenance, or an endowment.
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