United Way of White County seeking applications for 2022 program funding.
The United Way of White County is seeking applications from local not-for-profit organizations for program funding for 2022, with a submittal deadline of Friday, Dec. 31.
To receive direct support from the local United Way chapter, organizations must be incorporated as a not-for-profit entity for at least two years, provide human services to residents of White County and meet additional qualification criteria. Full details, including a downloadable application, may be found online at www.unitedwaywhitecounty.org (see below)
To be considered, applications must be received no later than Friday, Dec. 31, via mail at United Way of White County, P.O. Box 1288, Cleveland, GA 30528, or in person by Beth Kastner at the law office of Carl S. Free at 9 E. Jarrard St. on Cleveland’s Courthouse Square.
The United Way of White County, which has furnished funding to 15 not-for-profit organizations in 2021, has just topped its latest campaign goal to provide a total of $75,000 in support of delivery of human services to neighbors in need in 2022.
A volunteer allocations committee of community leaders plans to review grant requests in January, with awards to be announced in February.