- Maryland School for the Deaf receives a substantial $750,000 grant to bolster their noble cause.
- The National Park Service leads this generous initiative.
- This raises the school’s total funding to $750,000 sourced from just one funding round so far.
- MSD is a free public education provider to the deaf and hard-of-hearing residents in North America.
Maryland School for the Deaf (MSD) has successfully raised a substantial $750,000 USD in a recent funding round. The National Park Service led this funding round on July 31, 2023. As a Crunchbase listed organisation, this unprecedented grant has noticeably boosted the financial promotion of this noble cause.
Based in Frederick, Maryland, MSD offers free public education to deaf and hard-of-hearing local residents. The age range they service covers from birth right up to the age of 21. This inspiring endeavour belongs to multiple industries including Education, Higher Education, Language Learning, Non Profit, Primary Education, and Secondary Education.
This recent funding has raised the school’s total funding amount to $750,000 USD sourced from a singular funding round. With such financial backing, MSD is continually working towards creating an environment that is as educational as it is encouraging for these individuals who communicate in unique ways.
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