Health and human service
organizations are invited to apply for funding from the United
Way of Perry County through March 4, 2016. Grant applications are available on United
Way of Perry County’s website at www.unitedwayperryco.org/grantmaking
This year the United
Way of Perry County will distribute over $74,000 in funds to
area health and human service organizations to fund projects focused on
Education, Health, Financial Stability and Emergency Assistance.
applications are due by Friday, March 4, 2016 by 5:00 p.m. (Central Time) via
email. Late or incomplete applications will
not be considered. Applicants must be a
health and human service organization and maintain a 501 c 3 tax status. The United Way of Perry County’s funding
focuses will be Education, Health, Financial Stability and Emergency Assistance
for this grant cycle.
The mission of the United Way
of Perry County is to improve the quality of life by providing
leadership and mobilizing resources to create lasting change for the people we
serve. The United
Way is governed by a local board of trustees and all grant applications
are reviewed by members of the local community.
In addition to the funding given to area health and human service
organizations, the United Way of
Perry County also coordinates the following programs: Holiday Helpers United
Christmas assistance program, Youth Day of Caring countywide volunteer day, “Stuff
the Bus” countywide school supply drive, FamilyWize Discount Prescription Card
program and Dolly Parton Imagination Library early literacy program.
Please contact Rebecca Fenn, United Way director, at email@example.com
or at 812/547-2577 with questions or go to www.unitedwayperryco.org
for more information.