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Funding is now available for the 2017-2018 grant cycle. The process for applying now requires a Letter of Intent which is a new step in the process. The Letter of Intent is a brief document (no more than 2 pages) in which interested agencies provide a concise and clear response to the areas noted in the Funding Announcement.  This step allows agencies to express interest without submitting a lengthy and detailed grant proposal. Letters of Intent are due by October 17, 2016 and will be scored against a scoring rubric to ensure consistency.  Agencies with high scoring Letters of Intent will be invited to submit a full grant proposal for review by one of our 4 Community Impact Teams.education grant recipients

Please be sure to review the Funding Announcement, along with our new Results Framework and Guiding Principles  to ensure that your Letter of Intent submission meets all of the guidelines aligned with one of our focus areas: HEALTH, EDUCATION, FINANCIAL STABILITY, and HOUSING.

In order to ensure that all agencies understand the process clearly and have an opportunity to ask questions, the United Way will host two Information Sessions.  The dates and times are listed below:

To participate in one of the sessions, please RSVP to Beth Bowman, Community Impact Officer, at (508) 775-4746 ext. 302 or via email at grants@uwcapecod.org.   Please also contact Beth for any other grant related questions.

Important Dates for 2017-2018 Grant Cycle:








Thank you to all who applied for the 2016-2017 grant funding period — click here for a list of funded programs .