General information about United Way of Pitt County Grant Opportunities.
COMMUNITY IMPACT GRANT - 2022-2023
Thank you for your interest in United Way of Pitt County (UWPC) Grant Funding. UWPC is proud to offer funding opportunities to area non-profit agencies and understands the vital role these organizations play in maintaining the well-being of our communities.
United Way of Pitt County is accepting applications for grants to support projects that provide services aligning with our 3 focus areas:
Helping children, youth and adults achieve their potential.
Helping hard-working families get ahead.
Help individuals and families meet basic needs.
Grant funding will be restricted to Pitt County. Only government entities or non-profit organizations with 501 (c)(3) status are eligible for funding. Each quarter is a new grant process.
Quarter 1 Grants Due June 6, 2022 for activities in July, August, September (2022)
Quarter 2 Grants Due August 1, 2022 for activities in October, November, December (2022)
Quarter 3 Grants Due November 1, for activities in January, February, March (2023)
Quarter 4 Grants Due February 1, for activities April, May, June (2023)
- Organizations that wish to apply for United Way funding must be a 501 (c)3 organization.
- Programs that are offered funding must sign a contract.
- U.S. Patriot Act Form
If you have questions about our funding process, please contact Dwain Cooper at 252-758-1604 ext. 205.
COMMUNITY IMPACT CABINET
Lou Norris, Chair – Greenville Utilities Commission
Terry Atkinson – East Carolina University
Adrian Atkinson – City of Greenville
Chris Bethune – Publix Super Market
Shantell Cheek – Access East
James Rhodes – Pitt County Government
Mary Worsley – Community Member