Neighborhood Fund Allocation Committee Selected, Grant
Applications Being Sought
The Johns Hopkins Neighborhood Fund has announced the
establishment of the Allocation
Committee, whose members were selected from a group of
self-nominated employees to administer
funds donated by employees of Johns Hopkins during the 2007
United Way campaign.
The committee, which will be chaired by Frank Bossle,
executive director of JHI Internal
Audits, will include Jennifer Calhoun, assistant dean for
strategic initiatives, School of Nursing; Jillian
Davis, development associate, Annual Giving; Paul A. Jacobus,
building administrator, Homewood
campus; Shanae Murray, human resources manager, School of
Medicine; Debbie Sampson, senior
director, Talent Management and Organizational Development; and
Marsha Schachtel, senior fellow,
Institute for Policy Studies.
This inaugural year of the Johns Hopkins Neighborhood Fund
is especially crucial to the success
of the program, administrators say. The Allocation Committee will
focus its efforts on addressing the
health, education, public safety, employment and community
revitalization interests of the
neighborhoods that border Johns Hopkins campuses.
Employees are invited to submit applications on behalf of
nonprofit organizations that deliver
services to the communities within the Live Near Your Work
program boundaries and/or a three-quarter-mile radius
of a Johns Hopkins campus that participated in the 2007
United Way of Central Maryland
campaign. The application, participating campuses, program
boundaries and other information can be
found on the Johns Hopkins Neighborhood Fund Web site at web.jhu.edu/uw.
Employees who have questions regarding the Johns Hopkins
Neighborhood Fund, or who would
like to make a donation, should contact Matt Smith at email@example.com or
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