United Way of Washtenaw County announced that its Opportunity Fund is accepting applications from local non-profit programs. These grant investments provide support for organizations whose work benefits people with low incomes, communities of color, and historically and/or systemically marginalized people.
For over 100 years, your local United Way has been working to create a more equitable Washtenaw County where everyone achieves their full potential. UWWC continues to invest in safety-net services focused on health, education and financial stability to advance our vision of a community where your zip code no longer predicts your opportunity in life.
As part of this work, the FY21 Opportunity Fund grant portal is now open. Please visit www.uwwashtenaw.org/grants to review the full purpose, eligibility guidelines, and timeline for this grant opportunity. The packet must be reviewed before scheduling a pre-screening call. The Opportunity Fund is for new and emerging programs and does not resource ongoing/core services of local organizations.
For more information contact Jaime Hoffman, Community Impact Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
About United Way of Washtenaw County
United Way of Washtenaw County connects people, organizations and resources together to create a thriving community for everyone. The Community Impact model focuses on health, education and financial stability issues to create opportunities for families and strengthen Washtenaw County. Over its 99-year history, UWWC has invested more than 250 million dollars to support over 60 successful local human services agencies in a comprehensive, integrated way that created positive lasting change in Washtenaw County.