United Way of Indiana County is now accepting applications for the 2022 Summer Grant Funding!
Are you a new or existing non-profit organization that is looking for financial assistance to help fund a summer program that supports our mission of providing health, education, financial stability, and basic needs programming for individuals and families in our county? It is the goal of the United Way of Indiana County Summer Grant Program to help you do just that. Funding is now available through this micro-grant program. Grants will be awarded to those 501c3 entities and/or who qualify to receive charitable contributions as defined under Section 170(c) of the Internal Revenue Code. This micro-grant program presents a key opportunity to utilize this funding to better provide resources to the members of our community.
The deadline for application submission is July 1st at noon.
Applications can be submitted electronically through our online application by clicking the button below. See grant guidelines in the online application for more information.
Prefer to submit your application by email? You can download the guidelines, application, and application outcomes here. All documents must be completed and returned via email to Carolyn Hainaut at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Summer Grant Reporting Requirements
A final report on the results of the project must be submitted to the United Way office within 30 days of the end of the program or project, demonstrating that the funds were utilized for their intended purpose. This report must be submitted on the United Way Grant Project Final Report Form.
Final reports can also be submitted online by clicking the button below.
2021 Grant Recipients
Community Guidance Center- ALPHA Reusable Education Material Protection
Chevy Chase Community Center- Food Preservation 101
Concordia- IRMC VNA- Hopeful Hearts
The Arc of Indiana County- Community Educator/Parent Empowerment Colloquium 2021
Alice Paul House- Economic Justice and Financial Empowerment
YMCA of Indiana County- After School Tutoring
Children's Advisory Council- Family Nature Palooza - Bug & Forest Animal - OPOLY
Indiana Recovery Center- Recovery Capital Assessment and Fundamental Goals of Health, Education, and Financial
If you received funding for our 2021 grant cycle and still haven't submitted your final report, you can submit your report by clicking the button below. The report can also be downloaded and emailed to Carolyn Hainaut at email@example.com.