Western Kenosha County Mini-Grants available from United Way

United Way of Kenosha County (UWKC) has announced the release of its 2010 Western Kenosha County Mini-Grant Application.

Non-profit organizations that are IRS-certified as a 501c(3) health and human service provider and provide services and programs to individuals residing west of Interstate 94 are encouraged to submit a program application. Funding is available for small projects, programs and program enhancements ranging from $1,000 up to $4,000.

Organizations must demonstrate how the program and services will positively impact the lives of Western Kenosha County residents. An organization’s project/program must fall under one of UWKC’s three focus areas:

  • Basic needs.
  • Healthy people.
  • Strong families.

Although, funding is not intended to supplement programs that are currently funded by UWKC’s bi-annual grant process, depending on the uniqueness and demonstrated need, a project/program may be considered for funding.

The application period opened on July 1. All applications must be submitted and received by noon, July 29.

To learn more or to access the 2010 Western Kenosha County Mini-Grant Application, visit: www.kenoshaunitedway.org.

Questions can be directed to Katherine Marks at 658-4104.


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