Benedictine’s annual Spring Benefit fundraising event is set for Saturday, May 4th at the Tidewater Inn in Easton, Md. Guests are invited to experience A Night at the Races at this year’s Kentucky Derby themed affair complete with a live viewing of the races, a sophisticated southern menu, and live bidding on custom auction items. […]
A recent Freas Foundation grant funded therapeutic seating for each of Benedictine’s special education classrooms. The project to purchase specialized seating for 13 classrooms along with two adaptive tricycles designed for people with physical disabilities, was supported by the $7,500 grant award. Specialized seating benefits the more than 60 Benedictine students, many of whom have […]
The Benedictine Foundation hosted their annual Charity Golf Classic on Friday, Oct. 19, at Hog Neck Golf Course, drawing nearly 80 golfers and raising $ 31, 675. Funds raised directly support Benedictine’s mission to help children and adults with developmental disabilities achieve their greatest potential. Over the past 30 years, the tournament has raised close […]
Two-year grant supports programs for adults with developmental disabilities The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation is supporting adults with developmental disabilities who live and work on Maryland’s Mid-Shore through a $150,000 grant. This two-year grant will help fund and expand Benedictine’s adult programs and services. The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation is one of the […]
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2017 Chrome City Ride raises $121,000 for Benedictine Foundation Ridgely campus welcomes 2,000 spectators and participants Photo Album The Benedictine Programs and Services’16th Annual Chrome City Ride broke previous years’ attendance records and raised $121,000 for the school’s Annual Fund. The Annual Fund helps support tuition assistance, program support and capital projects that directly benefit […]