Girls in the Game receives grant award from Qlarant Foundation
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
AUGUST 5, 2020
Girls in the Game received a $10,000 grant from Qlarant Foundation to support its Baltimore programs. Members of the Board of Directors for Qlarant Foundation held a virtual reception for the 2020 Grant Awards on July 15. Qlarant originated as a quality review organization for Medicare and Medicaid and now provides services in fraud detection, waste and abuse, and quality improvement. Qlarant Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the organization, makes grants in the areas of health care and health equity.
During the event, each of the grantees were highlighted in a pre-produced video segment (available on Qlarant’s website) and given the opportunity to present a brief summary of their organizations’ work. They also were asked to speak to some of the “unexpected positives” each non-profit has experienced while adjusting to COVID-19.
Julia Pines, Girls in the Game Baltimore City Manager, shared the “unexpected positive” of bringing together Girls in the Game participants and supporters across the country through virtual programs and events such as National Teen Squad Hangout for Teen Squad members in Baltimore, Chicago, and Denton and a mixer for Auxiliary Board members from Baltimore, Chicago, and Dallas.
To learn more about Qlarant’s support of Girls in the Game, please visit https://www.qlarant.com/about/qlarant-foundation/current-grantees/girls-in-the-game/.
Director of Development and Communications-Girls in the Game
About Girls in the Game
Since 1995, Girls in the Game, a 501c3 nonprofit organization, has emerged as a leading girls’ health and fitness organization in Chicago. Every year, Girls in the Game empowers more than 3,600 girls to make healthier choices and develop the confidence and leadership skills they need to succeed on and off the field. At Girls in the Game every girl finds her voice, discovers her strength and leads with confidence through fun and active sports, and leadership programs. We empower all girls to be gamechangers.