Final Round: Covid-19 Funding Assistance Mini-Grant
The United Way of Volusia-Flagler Counties (UWVFC) has established the COVID-19 Relief Fund for our community to meet the short-term needs of organizations that are impacted, as well as the long-term needs that have yet to be seen.
UWVFC recognizes that organizations that serve populations in need every day find themselves under-resourced to meet a growing demand for those services. Keeping a network of engaged providers strong will be critical to the health of our community. This fund may also support capacity building and training support for community partners as the situation unfolds.
In this FINAL round of funding, we will prioritize community organizations that are providing access to needs that fall within the following categories: Food Assistance, Childcare Assistance, Rent/Mortgage Assistance, Utility Assistance, Mental Health needs, Case Management needs (such as service delivery/coordination activities) and Operational Support.
If you received previous funding in Round 1 or 2, you are STILL eligible to apply.
Based upon the charitable structure of the COVID-19 Relief Fund, our grants are limited to 501c3 nonprofit organizations, groups fiscally sponsored by a 501c3 nonprofit organization, or other charitable organizations able to receive a tax-deductible contribution, such as, faith-based organizations and other public entities.
You are eligible to apply if you are a community-based organization serving Volusia and Flagler Counties. Apply here today!
****PLEASE LIMIT YOUR REQUESTED MAX AMOUNT TO $15,000****
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