United Way of Pueblo County Announces Available Grants to Provide Community Impact and Indigent Services

United Way of Pueblo County announces the availability of two grant opportunities for Pueblo County nonprofit organizations.

Community Impact Grant

  • Qualifying programs will address a pressing, unmet need that can demonstrate a significant, measurable impact in one of United Way’s pillars of focus: Family Strengthening & Senior Services, Crisis Intervention & Mental Health, Youth Enrichment, or Financial Empowerment. 


El Pomar Foundation Community Problem Solving Grant

  • Focuses on funding direct service for basic needs- food, shelter, utilities, etc for the homeless and indigent.


Each grant has separate, specific guidelines and applications, which can be found at www.pueblounitedway.org/grants. Deadline for both grant applications is Tuesday, May 31 at 11:59pm.


About United Way of Pueblo County
United Way of Pueblo County (UWPC) serves as a trusted community leader by leveraging resources in support of collaborative solutions. Annually, UWPC works with more than 55 different health and human programs. In addition to valuable community partnerships, United Way of Pueblo County also operates the United Way Middle School Mentoring Program, Pueblo Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA), and Bank On Pueblo County. Visit UWPC’s website – www.pueblounitedway.org and social media pages - @unitedwayofpueblocounty for additional information and to find out how you can help through giving or volunteering.