Hopkins’ $6M fund for crime reduction projects seeking applications

A $6 million Johns Hopkins University fund to support crime reduction efforts in Baltimore is now open to applicants. Registered nonprofit organizations are invited to apply to receive grants of up to $250,000 annually for four years to put towards a project that aims to reduce violent crime in the city. The application process, which will ...

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