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United Way of Indiana County is pleased to announce that funding is available through its micro-grant program for eligible non-profit organizations that demonstrate a solid programmatic plan for meeting human service needs.  A United Way grant project is defined as one that addresses health, education, financial stability or basic needs in Indiana County.

Summer grant opportunities and applications will be open in Spring 2022.

Review Application Guidelines and Application Outcome Indicators Here. 

2021 Grant Recipients

Community Guidance Center- ALPHA Reusable Education Material Protection

Chevy Chase Community Center- Food Preservation 101

Concordia- IRMC VNA- Hopeful Hearts

The Arc of Indiana County- Community Educator/Parent Empowerment Colloquium 2021

Alice Paul House- Economic Justice and Financial Empowerment

YMCA of Indiana County- After School Tutoring

Children's Advisory Council- Family Nature Palooza- Bug & Forest Animal- OPOLY

Indiana Recovery Center- Recovery Capital Assessment and Fundamental Goals of Health, Education, and Financial

2020 Grant Recipients

Indiana Area School District- Summer Catch Up Camp

2019 Grant Recipients

Suicide Task Force - Question, Persuade, and Refer Suicide Prevention Training

Penns Manor School District - Launching Literacy Program

ICCAP - Workshop Supplies

Special Olympics - Program Launch, Growth and Expansion

Children's Advisory Commission - Family Fun Fest

Family Promise - Beyond Shelter Store

Indiana County Farmers Market - Foodbucks Program

ICW Vocational Services - Steps to Success Program


2018 Grant Recipients

Evergreen Boys & Girls Club - Anti-bullying/Life Skills Program: LaserTeam Assembly Program

ICCAP - Transportation for Pathways Program

Alice Paul House - Teen Dating Violence Awareness

Burrell Township Library - Storing Our Library Program

Children's Advisory Commission - 2019 Day of Play/Teen Day of Play

CARE Center - New Equipment

Kinport Assembly of God - 2019 Back To School Clothes Giveaway