Baltimore nonprofits receive $500,000 in grant money to promote family involvement

BALTIMORE - Two Baltimore-based groups, Generations United Inc. and Fusion Partnerships Inc., will receive $500,000 in grant money from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.

The nonprofits are among 30 groups nationwide awarded the funding Thursday as part of Kellogg’s $13.7 million family engagement grant competition.   

Fusion Partnership's Journey Project aims to engage low-income minority families and improve child development skills.

Generations United will partner with the Center for Law and Education and the Baltimore-based Grandfamilies Parent Teacher Student Association to promote family engagement, improving the academic and social skills of Baltimore children.

Fusion Partnerships and Generations United were chosen from a pool of more than 1,130 applicants.  

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