Grants to Florida nonprofit organizations in eligible counties for programs to address the critical needs of families. Applicants are advised that staff must approve access to the grant portal. Funding is intended for education, food, and safety net services. Priority will be given to programs that provide direct support to residents in need. Programs should benefit residents of Collier County and/or Monroe County.
Applications will be accepted for programs addressing at least one of UWCK’s impact areas below; competitive applications will have a program that address at least one priority in the corresponding impact area.
The Program must support community members who are Asset Limited, Income Constrained, and Employed (ALICE).
Grant funding can be used for stated operational, administrative, staffing, and supply expenses required to support the program.
The FY 2022-23 grant cycle will begin April 1, 2022 and end March 31, 2023.
Direct questions to:
239-261-7112 ext 211 or 305-735-1929.
Technical Questions about the e-CImpact grant portal:
- Rebecca Zehr: RZehr@KeysUnitedWay.org or 305-735-1929
United Way of Collier and the Keys
P.O. Box 2143
Key West, FL 33045