General information about United Way of Pitt County Grant Opportunities.
Emergency Food and Shelter program
About the National Emergency Food and Shelter Program
The Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP) was created on March 24, 1983, with the signing of the “Jobs Stimulus Bill,” Public Law 98-8. The EFSP aims to supplement and expand the work of local social service agencies, both nonprofit and governmental, to help people with economic emergencies (not disaster-related emergencies [i.e., fires of any kind, floods, tornadoes, etc.]). The EFSP funding is open to all organizations helping hungry and homeless people. EFSP funds must be used to supplement feeding, sheltering (including transitional sheltering), and rent/mortgage and utility assistance efforts only.
For grant application and guidelines CLICK HERE. The deadline to submit your application via email is Sunday, March 6 by 11:59PM. If you have any questions contact Dwain Cooper at (252) 758-1604 or email at email@example.com
COMMUNITY IMPACT GRANT - 2021-2022
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 May 16, 2021 for activities in July, August, September (2021)
Quarter 2 Grants Due August 2, 2021 for activities in October, November, December (2021)
Quarter 3 Grants Due November 1 for activities in January, February, March (2022)
Quarter 4 Grants Due February 1 for activities April, May, June (2022)
- 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. 210.
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