United Way of Wayne County recently announced a Community Fund grant opportunity for 2018.
UWWC is asking nonprofit, 501c3 human service providers to submit a letter of intent with supporting documentation to apply for a Community Fund partner grant. In order to help the community thrive through long-term solutions, the grants’ emphasis will be focused on education, health and emergent needs for the next three years.
The online guide provides applicant eligibility criteria and instructions on how to submit an LOI.
Current UWWC partners and potential partners must complete this first step for grant consideration in the funding cycle starting April 1, 2018. Submissions are due on Nov. 3.
Interested nonprofits should read the guide to determine if their program aligns with the impact objectives.
Volunteers and staff members will review all LOIs submitted by Nov. 3. Selected programs must align with the UWWC Community Fund priority strategies, as defined in the LOI guide. Selected agencies will be notified by the end of November if they are invited to complete a full-detailed application for further funding consideration.
Funding is not guaranteed. Applicants whose programs work with the low- to moderate-income population residing in Wayne County will receive grant priority consideration. All programs must benefit Wayne County residents.
Visit uwwaynecounty.org for information.