The United Way of Caroline County is accepting applications for its current grant making cycle. Local organizations are invited to submit applications by July 7, 2023.
This cycle, the United Way will grant awards for programs and services that address mental health, food insecurity, and programs and services for seniors and the elderly. All grant applications must directly relate to one or more of these focus areas. Grants will be awarded in amounts up to $5,000.
“There are so many needs in our community, but we felt these three were the most pressing,” said United Way President Samantha Parker. “The pandemic and inflation have created special challenges for our must vulnerable residents, especially children, the elderly, and those struggling with a mental health condition.”
Any non-profit organization in good standing that provides services to Caroline County may apply for funding. To apply for funding, visit https://bit.ly/UWCC2023. Questions regarding this grant opportunity may be emailed to email@example.com.
The United Way of Caroline County’s mission is to support the non-profits meeting the human services needs of our community. For more than 40 years, it has taken care of Caroline County and helped families get back on their feet and thrive. The United Way of Caroline County has given millions of dollars to support the human services needs of the Caroline County community. To learn more about the United Way of Caroline County, including how you can support our mission, visit www.unitedwaycaroline.org.