Aetna Provides $40,000 Grant for After-School Program Nonprofit

The Aetna Foundation has recently awarded a $40,000 grant to a nonprofit in Prince George’s County that provides after-school programs.

Coverage from The Washington Post notes

GapBusters operates out of the University of Maryland Center for Educational Partnership — an old public school building in the East Riverdale community — and teaches local student engineering skills by repairing broken bicycles.

The grant will support services — including tutoring and college prep classes — offered at the GapBusters facility, which has grown in recent years as a community center for neighborhood middle and high school students.

(County Executive) Baker said the grant is an example of how his administration’s Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative is operating in poor communities.

To read more about this program, visit The Washington Post online. Aetna is a MACo Bronze Corporate Partner.

For photos from Aetna at GapBusters, click here.

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