Printing Specialist Corporation embraces the opportunity to give back to local and national nonprofit organizations whose missions are an inspiration to all of us.
Capitalizing on the energy, creativity and enthusiasm of Baltimore's young people, Youth As Resources makes grants for youth-designed and carried out community organizing projects. A Board of Directors -- made up of 22 young people from across Baltimore and 4 adult community leaders manage two grant cycles a year (one in the Spring and one in the Fall). Board members host workshops, design grant guidelines, request proposals, review applications and decide on funding awards
Health Care for the Homeless provides comprehensive services to nearly 8,000 Marylanders annually at clinic sites in Baltimore City, Frederick and Montgomery County. HCH services, delivered through interdisciplinary teams, are designed to meet the full range of needs presented by people experiencing homelessness.
The mission of Special Olympics is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for persons eight years of age and older with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.
Hopkins Children's cares for sick children, researches the causes of and cures for childhood illness, and trains the pediatricians of tomorrow.
Children's Miracle Network Richmond raises the level of pediatric healthcare in central Virginia by supporting Children's Hospital and VCU Children's Medical Center.
Pollution and other harmful activities degrade the Bay. The Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF) fights for strong and effective laws and regulations. CBF also works cooperatively with government, business, and citizens in partnerships to protect and restore the Bay. When necessary, we use legal means to force compliance with existing laws.
St. Jane is a coed Pre-K-8 Catholic school in the Archdiocese of Baltimore, Maryland. The program includes 3- and 4-year-old Pre-Kindergarten and full-day kindergarten. St. Jane is located in northeastern Anne Arundel County just south of Baltimore City--a short ride from both the Annapolis area and from Washington, D.C. The students represent many areas of Anne Arundel County, as well as Baltimore City and the surrounding counties.
Nick's Place is a one-of-a-kind affordable recovery house for young men 20-26 years of Age. Nick's Place focuses on relapse prevention through mental, physical and spiritual education and participation in 12-step and Nick's Place in-house programs. They recognize that positive peer support is a key in helping young residents commit to a life of recovery.
Life Connection Mission is a Christian nonprofit 501 (c) (3) charitable organization dedicated to providing greater hope and opportunities to impoverished children and their families in Montrouis, Haiti.
Keep Punching strives to support patients, health-care providers, and researchers in their fight to prevent and eradicate brain cancer and minimize treatment-related side effects that may adversely impact function and comfort. All proceeds will assist patients, families, and clinicians who wish to pursue integrative approaches to healing and researchers investigating both traditional and complementary cancer-related therapies.
Center Of Applied Technology-North School serves 10th through 12th Grade Students From The City Of Severn, Which Is Part Of Anne Arundel County. Being a Vocational School, it focuses primarily on Providing Formal Preparation For Skilled, Technical, or Professional Occupations. This School Is A "Shared Time" School, Which Offers Vocational, Technical Or Other Education Services Where Some Or All Students Are Enrolled At A Separate Home-School And Attend The "Shared Time" School On A Part-Time Basis.