Collaborative Funding Forms

Pictured above : Esperanza Morales conducts training with agencies who will be applying for the 2016-2017 funding cycle.

Collaberative Funding Forms

The United Way of St. Lucie County will accept applications for the 2017-2018 funding year (July 2017 - June 2018) in the focus areas of Education, Income and Health. Outcomes must be from the list of standardized outcomes and indicators and must be chosen from the focus area for which the application is submitted. The forms shown are FOR REFERENCE ONLY.
 
The funding application is an on-line application. Current Funded Partners of United Way of St. Lucie have been given information about how to access the on-line application. A manual of instructions for using the on-line application is included. You may find it helpful to print it out to use as you complete the application.
 
If you are an agency not currently funded by United Way of St. Lucie County and wish to apply for funding for the 2017-2018 funding year, please visit http://agency.e-cimpact.com/login.aspx?org=11140F .
 
DATES TO REMEMBER:
Please see timeline form below for important dates.
 
2017-2018 Collaberative Funding Forms
 
 

2017-2018 Funding Timeline

2017 Grant Announcement

2017-2018 Program Outcomes & Indicators

2017 Education LOI Form

Agency Site Training Manual

United Way has gone to a semi-annual reporting system.

Report forms are available on the e-Cimpact Grant Management System. 

 

FEMA

FEMA website : www.fema.gov/

Emergency Food and Shelter Program (FEMA)

St. Lucie County Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP) Application (Word Document) ***Read our media release for more information on EFSP funding.

FEMA via the Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP) Money is designated to local non-profit organizations that help people in danger of losing their homes. The federal government designates the money nationwide based on unemployment and poverty statistics. Nationwide the agency will distribute $140 million this year. Since its inception in 1984 this program has contributed more than $2.10 billion to supplement and expand ongoing efforts to provide shelter, food and supportive services for homeless and hungry individuals. Criteria for awards were based on the most current 12-month national unemployment rates; the total number of unemployed within a jurisdiction; total people living below the poverty level; and the total population of that jurisdiction.

United Way of St. Lucie County's Cris Adams, Vice President of Community Impact, has been designated Chair of the local Emergency Food and Shelter Program board.

Spotlights

Good News!

Roxanne Wells, Director of Communications and Work Place Giving accepts a generous grant of a $5,000.00 corporate gift to our Annual Campaign. Pictured (left to right) Ruben Valls; Roxanne Wells; Elaine Clem; Idalmy Figueroa. Roxanne Wells, Director of Communications and Work Place Giving accepts a generous grant of a $5,000.00 corporate gift to our Annual Campaign. Pictured (left to right) Ruben Valls; Roxanne Wells; Elaine Clem; Idalmy Figueroa.
UWSLC board member Jan Chase was presented with a $262,000 check by Publix St. Lucie County Management Team. This generous corporate gift to our annual campaign was made by Publix Super Markets Charities. UWSLC board member Jan Chase was presented with a $262,000 check by Publix St. Lucie County Management Team. This generous corporate gift to our annual campaign was made by Publix Super Markets Charities.
Thank you Harbour Ridge Yacht & Country Club for another banner year fundraising for, both, St. Lucie and Martin Counties. Pictured with Karen Knapp is Lois & Brent Fraser, Harbour Ridge 2016-2017 Campaign Co-Chairs and Carol Houwaart-Diez. Thank you Harbour Ridge Yacht & Country Club for another banner year fundraising for, both, St. Lucie and Martin Counties. Pictured with Karen Knapp is Lois & Brent Fraser, Harbour Ridge 2016-2017 Campaign Co-Chairs and Carol Houwaart-Diez.
United Way of SLC CEO Karen Knapp spoke to state legislators at the SLC Legislative Delegation Meeting at IRSC on Friday, advocating on behalf of children, the elderly and Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed (ALICE) families. United Way of SLC CEO Karen Knapp spoke to state legislators at the SLC Legislative Delegation Meeting at IRSC on Friday, advocating on behalf of children, the elderly and Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed (ALICE) families.