United Way of Greater Oswego County is offering a limited number of mini-grants to community organizations.
The organizations must reflect the United Way’s mission and its five funding categories: emergency services; heal and special needs; supporting families and children; senior services; and youth development.
United Way Executive Director Melanie Trexler said the mini-grants are for nonprofitsts serving Oswego County.
“Organizations that wish to apply for a mini-grant must submit a brief narrative that includes a description of the project and proposed activities, its goals, who it will serve and how it will benefit those served.
“The project must also have clear, measurable goals and a defined beginning and end. Applicants are also encouraged to partner with other community organizations on the project,” said Trexler.
Nonprofits wishing to apply for a mini-grant may download an application from the United Way website at www.oswegounitedway.org.
For more information, call Trexler at 593-1900, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All proposals must be submitted no later than Dec. 4.