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United Way Funding Available for Nonprofits

United Way is releasing its 2018 Community Impact Grant application on February 26, 2018, for education, health and financial stability programs serving Martin County.
The grant application will be made available online at The deadline for proposals is 12 p.m. on March 30, 2018. Those interested in applying for funding must attend a mandatory meeting on February 26, 2018, from 2-4pm at Children’s Services Council of Martin County 101 SE Central Parkway, Stuart, FL 34994.
Successful proposals must support at least one of United Way’s focus areas of Education, Health and Financial Stability
Education focus includes promoting early learning and literacy skills to prepare Martin County children for Kindergarten; help Martin County students read on level by third grade,  acquire skills for academic and social emotional achievement in middle school; and graduate high school on time prepared for continuing education, work and life. 
Health focus area supports Martin County residents’ access to healthcare services including preventative, mental, dental, pharmaceutical, vison, prenatal and pediatric care; helps individuals maintain a healthy weight and engage in supportive relationships.
Financial Stability focus includes helping Martin County residents with basic needs including food and shelter, increase financial stability, increase food security and improve employability and retention.
This funding process is open to any nonprofit that serves Martin County.  
Must be a 501 (c)(3) organization
Program addresses one or more of the United Way of Martin County’s focus areas above 
If you are interested in becoming a United Way funded partner or to RSVP for the mandatory meeting, please contact Rachel Terlizzi at 772-283-4800 Ext. 246 or
For more information about United Way or to give online, visit