Foundation / Corporation
United Way of Salem County, Inc.
Grants of up to $100,000 for a period of up to three years to Salem County, New Jersey non-profit organizations that are working to provide innovative and high-quality programs focusing on the areas of education, income, health and youth development. The goals and objectives for each of these focus areas are as follows:
1. Education: Build a strong foundation of early learning, and promote increased high school graduation with transition to post-secondary education and/or career development
2. Income: Help people gain the income and financial tools to thrive
3. Health: Improve child health and promote healthy behaviors
4. Youth Development: Create cohesive coalition to address gaps in service for youth in Salem County
A. Increase the number and percentage of children (age 5) who are ready to enter kindergarten
B. Increase the number and percentage of 4th grade students who are reading on grade level
C. Increase the number and percentage of 12th grade students who are graduating and pursuing post-secondary education
A. Increase the number and percentage of households who are financially stable and have sufficient income and resources (above 150% of the Federal Poverty Level) to support their families
B. Increase the number and percentage of households who are building assets, establishing long-term savings (for college and/or retirement)
C. Decrease the number and percentage of households who are consistently receive assistance for basic needs
A. Increase the number and percentage of children (and adults) who have access to health insurance and regular healthcare
B. Increase the number and percentage of children (and adults) who are healthy (free from illness or disease)
C. Decrease the number and percentage of children (and adults) who are overweight or obese
4. Youth Development:
A. Increase the number and percentage of youth (12 - 18) that excel academically and actively engage in community service
B. Decrease the number and percentage of youth (12 - 18) that transition into the juvenile justice system
C. Increase levels of civic responsibility, compassion, integrity and leadership within the broader community
GrantWatch ID#: 133865
Up to $100,000.
Up to three years.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
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