Foundation gives $2.1 million to 55 area nonprofit groups 20 past recipients get $10,000 awards

January 05, 1996|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

The Goldseker Foundation awarded $2.1 million in 1995 to 55 nonprofit Baltimore-area institutions, including 20 past recipients who received $10,000 each in honor of the foundation's 20th anniversary this year.

Foundation President Timothy D. Armbruster said the 20 were chosen for "special recognition" from among 269 past recipients.

The 20 included Action for the Homeless, Advocates for Children and Youth, Baltimore Educational Scholarship Trust, Citizens Planning and Housing Agency, Comprehensive Housing Assistance Corp., Enterprise Foundation, Friend of the Family, Health Care for the Homeless, House of Ruth and Jubilee Baltimore.

Also, Living Classrooms Foundation, The Loading Dock, Maryland Committee for Children, Maryland Food Bank, Neighborhood Housing Services, People's Homesteading Group, Joseph Richey House, St. Ambrose Housing Aid Center, Sandtown Habitat for Humanity and Women Entrepreneurs of Baltimore.

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