Some parents discovered that their children were musically talented after they participated in Greenbelt Nursery School partnership with a Wolf Trap Teaching Artist and an early childhood educator. The program provided hands-on professional development for the teachers in their classrooms and fostered children’s learning through the use of music and arts.Read More
In 2007, GCF provided start-up funding to help launch a farmers market at Roosevelt Center in the parking lot. An additional grant was made the following year to assist with marketing and programs on nutrition. ...Read More
"Nourishing all of Greenbelt's Neighborhoods"
Greenbelt Community Foundation and Paradyme Management Have Teamed Up to Provide Interns to Greenbelt Nonprofits!
After a successful collaboration with Greenbelt Community Foundation’s 10th Anniversary, Paradyme Management, Inc. and Greenbelt Community Foundation are working together to pair skilled interns with local grantees. The interns will be involved in a variety of ways to assist the local nonprofit organizations, while developing their own skills throughout the process. They will be serving as pro bono consultants to the nonprofits and will provide them with needed support, as requested. As a result, GCF will be adding a new element to assist their grantees and Paradyme will be continuing in its community engagement efforts.
Short term interns will work on projects such as computer and technical assistance, social media/marketing, grant writing, researching funding opportunities, budget analysis and event planning.
If your organization is interested in this program please fill out an intake form by clicking here: