Community Impact Grants
Fund for Quality Early Education
Established in 2008 and administered by Winston Prouty Center for Child & Family Development (formerly Windham Child Care Association). Early educators seeking funding for professional development, program enrichment, or program improvement should apply to the Fund and are not eligible for community grants. Applications to the Fund for Quality Early Education are accepted by Winston Prouty Center for Child & Family Development on a rolling basis, reviewed by a committee, and accepted until funds are exhausted. Awards average $500-$1,000 each. If you are an early educator interested in applying, visit Winston Prouty's website to find out more or contact Margaret Atkinson, Winston Prouty Director of Development & Community Relations at (802) 257-7852 x307 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
VtSHARES is a workplace giving campaign which offers Employees with the State of Vermont the opportunity to designate payroll deduction donations to specific non-profit charity organizations here in Vermont. United Way of Windham County acts as the umbrella organization for nonprofit organizations headquartered in and serving Vermonters within Windham County. Since its inception, the VtSHARES Campaign has raised over $9,000,000 to support nonprofit organizations in Vermont.
To apply for the 2018 VtSHARES Campaign download the applications below. Any nonprofit may apply but only eligible human service organizations will be accepted (details are available in the application). If your organization is headquartered in another county, please contact the United Way Umbrella Organization serving your region to apply. The due date for the 2018 VtSHARES Applications to be submitted to UWWC is April 19, 2018. Applications must be submitted ONLY as electronic format in one large PDF – no hardcopies are accepted. Email completed applications to email@example.com.