- United Way of Caroline County
United Way Launches New Funding Interest Form
The United Way of Caroline County is revamping its grant making process and has announced the launch of a new Funding Interest Form, which will be the first step in an organization’s opportunity to become a United Way partner agency.
The United Way of Caroline County conducts one annual grant cycle, typically in the spring. Organizations interested in receiving a grant must fill out the Interest Form. The Board of Directors will screen responses and select agencies to formally apply for funding. The total number of organizations invited to apply will depend on the availability of funding.
To be eligible for United Way funding, your organization must:
Be a registered 501(c)(3) charitable organizations in good standing. We do not provide grants to individuals, including scholarships.
Have a demonstrable presence and service delivery in Caroline County.
Provide services in one or more of the following human service focus areas:
Early childhood education and literacy,
Hunger and food insecurity,
Health and mental health,
Services for seniors, elder care, and end of life,
Housing and homelessness, and
Safety from domestic violence and sexual assault
Be prepared to complete the application, including providing financial information, demonstrating impact and efficacy of services, and addressing how your organization is working to improve equitable access to your services.
Ready to get started? Complete the Nonprofit Funding Interest Form now.