to dozens community and human service organizations providing
critical programs and services in
Applicants must be non-profit, 501 (c)
3 health and human service organizations providing in-person, direct
Funding may be requested for existing programs, new programs or
initiatives, program expansion and capital items. Supplies that are an
integral part of service delivery will also be considered. The grants
available range from $500 to $5,000.
The monies were
raised during the
last United Way
campaign by individuals and businesses who specifically wanted to
support services for
For more information, please contact
Angela Bassani at (570) 343-1267
|The 2014 funding cycle is now closed.
Please check back in July, 2015.