Our Grantees

The Goldseker Foundation makes grants primarily in the areas of community development, education, and strengthening the nonprofit sector. We seek opportunities to invest in the people, ideas, and institutions that promote the long-term economic and social progress of our city.

The foundation remains a directly engaged and active partner with our grantees in their efforts to revive and sustain vibrant neighborhoods, strengthen and market great schools, and expand and improve the effectiveness of their programs.

  • The University of Maryland School of Social Work Community Outreach Service (SWCOS)

    The University of Maryland School of Social Work Community Outreach Service (SWCOS) has operated the Neighborhood Fellows program since 2005. The program offers internship assignments for School of Social Work graduate students to add staff capacity to community development organizations working to build stronger neighborhoods in Baltimore city. This grant provided funds to support the Neighborhood Fellows Program.

    Grant Awarded

    $ 25000

    Date Awarded

    September 2021
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  • Southeast Community Development Corporation (SECDC)

    The Southeast Community Development Corporation (SECDC) is dedicated to growing and supporting a thriving, socioeconomically and racially diverse Southeast Baltimore where residents share in the success and improvement of their communities. In addition to its community revitalization work, the SECDC offers financial counseling, first time homeownership counseling, and foreclosure prevention counseling, and is the lead agency for three Community Schools. This grant provided core operating support.

    Grant Awarded

    $ 100000

    Date Awarded

    September 2021
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  • Project Own, Inc.

    Project Own builds innovative solutions to equalize access to property wealth creation for Black Americans —starting with homeownership. Project Own’s flagship program, Tech-Enabled Financial Coaching, combines cutting-edge technology with experienced, HUD-certified counselors to create a program specifically designed to address racialized barriers to homeownership. This grant provided core operating support.

    Grant Awarded

    $ 20000

    Date Awarded

    September 2021
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Grants by Year