CAMBRIDGE — The Mid-Shore Community Foundation announced that the George B. Todd Fund recently awarded grants to several area organizations that provide services in Dorchester County.
Channel Marker, an organization that promotes mental health through prevention programs, rehabilitation and community services, was awarded $15,000 towards the implementation of an electronic health record system. The new system will allow the organization to better assist the needs of its clients.
Snip/Tuck, an organization that provides affordable veterinarian services, was awarded $2,670 to purchase supplies for its operations.
The Maryland Food Bank — Eastern Shore was awarded $ 25,000 to support the Mobile and School Pantry Programs in Dorchester County. The Mobile Food Program consists of a portable pantry that distributes food directly to individuals and families in need. The School Pantry Program is a school based pantry that provides food to low-income families and encourages the parents to volunteer in its operation.
The George B. Todd Fund is a component fund of the Mid-Shore Community Foundation. The fund was established in 1994 by the late George B. Todd to maintain and improve the quality of life in the Dorchester County Region. Bill Brooks will join the fund in its efforts to maintain and improve the quality of life in the Dorchester County Region.
For information on applying for a grant from the George B. Todd Fund or the Mid-Shore Community Foundation, visit www.mscf.org. To learn more about establishing a fund, call 410-820-8175 or visit the website.