REISTERSTOWN, MD—The Maryland Department of Emergency Management this week announced awards totaling more than $8.7 million in federal homeland security grants to 68 Maryland nonprofit organizations. The awards are funded by the 2022 United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Nonprofit Security Grant Program (NSGP).

“This funding provides much-needed financial support to nonprofit groups, which are part of the fabric of American life,” said MDEM Secretary Russ Strickland. “At a time of growing threats to members of faith communities, places of worship and schools across the United States, these grants provide the funding needed to secure the public spaces where Marylanders gather every day and will help to prevent or minimize the consequences of any possible attack. »

These grant programs are part of a comprehensive package of measures authorized by Congress and implemented by DHS to help strengthen communities nationwide against possible terrorist attacks. Funding can be used for contracted security personnel, as well as planning, exercises, training, and the acquisition and installation of security equipment on real property (including buildings and improvements) owned or rented by the non-profit organization. Grants are awarded to 68 nonprofit organizations statewide out of 115 applicants.

The NSGP provides $250 million nationwide in financial support for hardening and other physical security enhancements to nonprofit organizations that are at high risk of terrorist attack. The intent of the competitive grant funding is to help organizations secure the resources needed to support and integrate preparedness activities into broader state and local preparedness efforts. It is also designed to promote coordination and collaboration in emergency preparedness activities between representatives of public and private communities, as well as national and local government agencies.

Below is a list and breakdown of nonprofit organizations in Maryland that have applied for and received NSGP awards. NSGP scholarships for non-profit organizations in the National Capital Region (NCR) are not processed by MDEM.

Winners

NSGP – State Allocation – $2,098,727

Bat Yam Temple $98,995
B’nai Temple Israel $75,000
Sacred Monastery of Saint Nina, Inc. $130,000
Williamsport Church of God $150,000
Redemptive Grace Baptist Church
Chesapeake Church $128,099
Congregation Beth Sholom $150,000
Shoresh, Inc. $150,000
Calvary Assembly of God, Inc. $150,000
Islamic Society of Frederick, Incorporated $150,000
St. John Regional Catholic School $95,000
TidalHealth Peninsula Regional $150,000
The $150,000 Banner School
Atlantic General Hospital $134,843
Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics $30,517
Mother Seton School Inc. $150,000
Bishop Walsh School $147,366
Covenant Family Chapel $32,000

Baltimore Urban Area Award – $6,672,708

Agudath Israel from Baltimore $150,000
Bais Yaakov Girls School (1) $150,000
Hebrew Congregation of Baltimore $150,000
Beth Am Synagogue in town $150,000
Beth Tfiloh $150,000
Bais Yaakov School for Girls (2) $150,000
B’Nai Israel Congregation Cemetery $89,550
B’nai Israel Congregation of Baltimore $150,000
Bnos Israel of Baltimore $150,000
Bolton Street Synagogue $74,731
Chabad Israel Center in Baltimore $150,000
Chabad Chabad of Hunt Valley $150,000
Chabad of Towson $150,000
Cheder Chabad Inc. $150,000
Congregation of Chizuk Amuno $150,000
Congregation Beit Yaakov $150,000
Congregation Shomrei Emunah Inc. $150,000
Congregation of Kol Shalom $150,000
Darchei Noam Montessori $150,000
Edward Myerberg Senior Center $150,000
Faith Christian Fellowship Church $19,000
Grace Bible Baptist Church $107,575
Har Sinai-Oheb Shalom Congregation $150,000
Institute of Islamic and Christian Jewish Studies $110,577
Islamic Society of Baltimore $147,257
Jewish Community Center of Greater Baltimore $149,985
Jewish Community Center of Greater Baltimore $149,974
Mesivta Kesser Torah from Baltimore $150,000
Mount Olive Methodist Church $136,000
Rabbinical College of Ner Israel $150,000
Ohr Chadash Congregation $150,000
Ohr Hatorah Inc. $61,530
Owings Mills Synagogue Inc. $150,000
Pikesville Jewish Congregation $109,200
St. Paul Resurrection School $139,560
Saint Agnes Catholic Congregation $68,717
Saint Isaac Jogues Catholic Church
St. Agnes Catholic School $139,971
St. Constantine & Helen Greek Orthodox Church $147,097
St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church $150,000
St. Michael-St. Clement Willow School $120,886
St. Paul’s Church $148,943
Star-K Certification Inc. $150,000
Toras Chaim Suburban Orthodox Congregation $75,000
Baltimore Talmudic Academy $150,000
AA County Temple Beth Sholom $150,000
The School of Jewelry $105,000
Trinity Assembly of God $80,928
Yeshiva Lubavitch of Baltimore $150,000
Yeshivas Toras Simcha $150,000

Grand total $8,771,435

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