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The Carl M. Freeman Foundation is thrilled to announce the opening of a new one-time grant opportunity for Sussex County public school teachers. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and the changes and difficulties local schools have experienced, the foundation’s Board of Trustees want to celebrate the good work being done by local educators and fund needs and projects they and their schools feel would support their students most.

The grant cycle will open for application on January 6, and applications are due by January 25. A brief application, budget plan and a recommendation form signed by a school administrator are required to apply. Teachers can apply by visiting the Carl M. Freeman Foundation’s grant portal. Those with questions may contact Lindsay Richard at 302-483-7639 or lindsay@freemanfoundation.org. Winners will be announced in mid-February. All grant awards will be sent to the school administration and designated for the proposed project.

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Rockville, MD –The Carl M. Freeman Foundation is proud to announce the opening of grant opportunities for nonprofit organizations located in Montgomery County, MD. Financial support is available through the FACES (Freeman Assists Communities with Extra Support) Grants Program, which targets smaller organizations that are often overlooked by funders.

The grant cycle will open on Aug. 4, and applications are due by Sept. 4 at 5 p.m. A virtual “Meet the Funder” workshop will take place at 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, Aug. 6. This workshop will provide an overview of the FACES grant process as well as the online application software. To register for the virtual workshop, visit www.carlmfreemanfoundation.org/faces. Those with questions about the application process may contact Lindsay Richard at 302-483-7639 or lindsay@freemanfoundation.org. The winners will be announced in December.

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Selbyville, DE –The Carl M. Freeman Foundation is proud to announce the opening of grant opportunities for nonprofit organizations located in Sussex County, Delaware.  Financial support is available through the FACES (Freeman Assists Communities with Extra Support) Grants Program, which targets smaller organizations that are often overlooked by funders.

The grant cycle will open on February 12, and applications are due by March 11 at 5 p.m. A “Meet the Funder” workshop will take place at 1 p.m. Wednesday, February 19, at the Georgetown Public Library in Georgetown, Delaware. This workshop will provide an overview of the FACES grant process as well as the online application software. Those with questions about the application process may contact Lindsay Richard at 302-483-7639 or lindsay@freemanfoundation.org. The winners will be announced in May.

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The Carl M. Freeman Foundation is proud to announce the opening of grant opportunities for nonprofit organizations located in Montgomery County, MD. Financial support is available through the FACES (Freeman Assists Communities with Extra Support) Grants Program, which targets smaller organizations that are often overlooked by funders.

The grant cycle will open on Aug. 5, and applications are due by Sept. 5 at 5 p.m. The winners will be announced in December. As well, a Meet the Funder Workshop will take place at 9 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 13, at the Silver Spring Civic Building at Veterans Plaza in Silver Spring. This workshop will focus on the E-Grant system, which is used during the FACES grant application process. Those with questions about the application process may contact Lindsay Richard at 302-436-3015 or lindsay@freemanfoundation.org. Applicants should apply online at www.carlfreemanfoundation.org/faces between Aug. 5 and Sept. 7.

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The Carl M. Freeman Foundation is proud to announce the opening of grant opportunities for nonprofit organizations located in Sussex County. Funding is available through the FACES (Freeman Assists Communities with Extra Support) Grants Program, which targets small organizations with operating budgets of $500,000 or less, which are often overlooked by funders.

The FACES program uses a volunteer advisory board composed of citizens who live or work in Sussex County. Typically, these people are community and business leaders, activists, students, and nonprofit executives. Advisory board members evaluate the applications and recommend where funding should be awarded based on the needs and priorities of the community. The grant cycle will open on Feb. 5, and applications are due by March 5 at 5 p.m. Grant guidelines and applications can be found at www.carlfreemanfoundation.org. As well, a Meet the Funder Workshop will take place Wednesday, Feb. 20, at 4 p.m. at the Georgetown Public Library in Georgetown. This workshop will focus on an overview of the FACES grant process as well...

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The Carl M. Freeman Foundation is proud to announce the opening of grant opportunities for nonprofit organizations located in Sussex County, Delaware. Funding is available through the FACES (Freeman Assists Communities with Extra Support) Grants Program, which targets small organizations with operating budgets of $500,000 or less, which are often overlooked by funders.

The FACES program uses a volunteer advisory board composed of citizens who live or work in Sussex County. Typically, these people are community and business leaders, activists, students, and nonprofit executives. Advisory board members evaluate the applications and recommend where funding should be awarded based on the needs and priorities of the community. The grant cycle will open on February 13, and applications are due by March 13 at 5 p.m. Grant guidelines and applications can be found at www.carlfreemanfoundation.org. As well, a Meet the Funder Workshop will take place Wednesday, February 21 at 4 p.m. at the Georgetown Public Library in Georgetown, Delaware. This workshop will focus on an overview of...

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The Carl M. Freeman Foundation is proud to announce the opening of grant opportunities for nonprofit organizations located in and serving Sussex County, Delaware. Funding is available through the FACES (Freeman Assists Communities with Extra Support) Grants Program, which targets small organizations with operating budgets of $500,000 or less, which are often overlooked by funders.

The FACES program uses a volunteer advisory board composed of citizens who live or work in Sussex County. Typically, these people are community and business leaders, activists, students, and nonprofit executives. Advisory board members evaluate the applications and recommend where funding should be awarded based on the needs and priorities of the community. The grant cycle will open on February 15th, and applications are due by March 16th at 5 p.m. Grant guidelines and applications can be found at www.carlfreemanfoundation.org. As well, a Meet the Funder Workshop will take place on Wednesday, March 1st at 4 p.m. at the Georgetown Public Library in Georgetown, Delaware. This workshop will...

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Headstrong Project has received a $250,000 grant from the Carl M. Freeman Foundation to honor the former organization Chair and Green Beret, Joshua Freeman. The donation will be dedicated to Headstrong Project expansion to the D.C. area and will provide bureaucracy free PTSD treatment to veterans.

“Josh was honored to be a Green Beret and he supported his fellow servicemen and women. I know that if he was living, Josh would be doing something to change the suicide rate of veterans in the United States. And so, giving this grant feels like the right thing for our family to do to commemorate 10-years of his passing.” said his wife, Michelle Freeman, Chairman and President of the Carl M. Freeman Foundation.Headstrong Project will be available to D.C. veterans as a PTSD treatment option in Spring 2017. “We are looking forward to meeting the urgent needs of D.C. area veterans with the support of the Carl M. Freeman Foundation,” said Zach Iscol, Founder and CEO of Headstrong Project. “Veterans deserve PTSD treatment that is cost and bureaucracy-free with no wait times to receive...

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Michelle Freeman, President and Chairman of the Joshua M. Freeman Foundation, is currently being featured in Elle Magazine's list of the Top 10 Influential Women of Washington DC.

"Michelle Freeman was a stay-at-home mother when her husband, Joshua, was killed in a 2006 helicopter accident, leaving her in charge of the family real estate and sports empire (including part ownership of the NBA Wizards and NHL Capitols). Back then, she'd put on a power suit to convince herself she was in control: "It was like my armor." These days, she is in control, thriving in the macho real-estate and sports industries. (Her wardrobe loosened up as her mastery grew: She now eschews armor for Carolina Herrera and Oscar de la Renta dresses.) She also expanded the family charitable foundation, building an outdoor performance stage in Delaware that offers a free arts program to put disadvantaged kids "in front of their first live performance," she says. "You give kids options when you show them there's beauty in the world."

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