Support Where You Need It.
Support Where You Need It.
in alphabetical order
(by last name for funds in a business, individual or family's name)
Each year, the WBT© Foundation identifies important problems, as they relate to patient care. We then try to fund real-world tests of possible solutions and disseminates what’s been learned nationally to inform hospitals, patient- & urgent-care facilities, and medical professionals who can effect beneficial change when it comes times to tackle patient care. Through fruitful collaboration, we and grantees — together have developed new knowledge and insights to help solve important patient care problems in our areas of interest and expertise. Through solid education research, we've identified important knowledge gaps in our areas of interest, we develop and tests promising ideas to narrow those gaps and then broadly shares what we learn to each entity.
Through our efforts, we have worked with some of the best businesses throughout our communities who has helped us recognize not only the issues facing patient care in our communities, but researching on how to improve and educate patient care. We share their exemplar service by awarding them grants. Here are our grantees awarded by us:
Camp Attaway was founded in 1998 with a mission to nurture the mind, the body and the spirit of children who are at-risk because of an inability to manage their emotions and behaviors. Camp Attaway operates a therapeutic summer program that provides children with individually tailored programs that promote learning and new ways of expressing themselves.
The aim is to achieve growth and a better understanding of self and others at home, in school, and in the community while having fun. The organization also supports families by providing parent education and support groups conducted by a child psychologist. As a result, caregivers are better equipped to manage their child’s challenging behaviors that often include aggression to self and others.
Deep Roots operates “From Homeless to Healthy” which is a housing and self-sufficiency services project. The project serves homeless families with minor children and provides them with immediate as well as long-term shelter, three daily meals, basic needs and intensive support services.
These services include transportation, access to medical and mental health services, educational training, tutoring, and mentoring services. The organization also operates the “Sprouts” after school program for children. It focuses on enhancing academic and social skills, and instilling in the children the belief that they are capable human beings with a bright future ahead of them.
Helping Up Mission provides hope to people experiencing homelessness, poverty or addiction by meeting their physical, psychological, social and spiritual needs. Qlarant Foundation’s grant will fund access to health care through the Health Insurance Services and Oral Health Care program.
This program targets people participating in long-term residential addiction recovery programs at Helping Up Mission. Clients participating in Helping Up Mission’s Spiritual Recovery Program, Graduate Spiritual Recovery Program, Graduate Transitional Housing Program and the Indefinite Three-Quarter Supportive Housing Program will receive oral health care.
The mission of the Kinera Foundation is to enhance the quality of life for children with special healthcare needs and their families across the lifespan through its Youth in Transition and Adult Program. When individuals with special needs reach age 21-22, they are no longer eligible to receive services through special education programs.
Kinera provides these individuals with special healthcare needs a safe and comfortable space to develop important self-care, home, community, wellness and employment skills that are essential for independent living.
Rebuilding Together, Caroline County makes critical home accessibility modifications and repairs of private homes for disabled clients. The work includes building ramps and bathroom accessibility remodeling. Qlarant Foundation has provided a gift of $4,000 to be used for materials and to hire licensed MHIC independent contractors to do the work. Rebuilding Together’s mission is to enable members of the community to live independently and in comfort.
The Arc of Prince George’s County’s “Ready 2B Healthy” project focuses on individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The project facilitates a successful medical transition for youth graduating high school and ensures that they are accessing benefits to which they are entitled and that are critical to maintaining good health. By providing health care information and support for individuals during the transition, Ready 2B Healthy improves their quality of life and promotes consumer centered decision-making.
DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC, information for 2020 Donated Grant Funds were subsequently placed on hold until further notice.
The WBT© Foundation is also a regular recipient of the Texas Quality Award, which honors businesses and organizations that are leaders in the pursuit of quality and service within the community. We were also nominated as one of the nation's "100 Top Medical Financial Assistance foundation companies nationwide - Benchmarks for Success." The annual study lists agencies and businesses based on quality, operations and financial management.