2023 Grant Instructions
All applicants are required to have or create an account to complete and submit your application. Keep your user name and password handy so that you can "save a draft" and return to complete your submission. Also this user name and password will continue to be used for agency reporting and future applications.
- LOGIN HERE (if you know your user name and password)
- CREATE AN ACCOUNT (New users only)
- RESET YOUR PASSWORD (if your email has been used previously, you can reset your password)
Dear Community Partner,
Thank you for taking steps to complete the United Way of Pettis County Grant Application. It is important to our United Way to have strong partnerships with our area service providers to better serve the Pettis County community together.
As you complete the UWPC Grant Application, please think about the following questions:
What are your organizational goals?
What do you want to achieve?
How does the UWPC Funding requested align with your long-term organizational goals?
What do you want to achieve in year 1, 2 and 3?
How does the project or program in which you are applying for grant dollars align with the UWPC Community Initiatives or the focus area of Income Stability?
The UWPC grant will not fund any general operational expenses. The grant dollars must be applied to specific projects and programs. When considering your grant request, please ask for a reasonable grant amount utilizing knowledge of past grant awards and campaign totals. These are items that UWPC Board of Directors would like for you to consider as you are considering applying for funding and while completing the grant application.
Here is a list of downloads that will help you develop a successful grant application:
Grant Application Questions (use this reference sheet to help you prepare the online form)
Incomplete applications will not be accepted, do not leave any blanks - enter n/a if "not applicable"
Applications are due by midnight on September 5th, 2022
UWPC Board of Directors & Staff