What is the First Unitarian Grants Panel?
An opportunity for local projects to receive funding to promote peace and social justice in the Greater Rochester Area. The two funds are:
Social Justice Outreach Fund: Proposals must focus on social service, social education, social witness or social action. Examples of activities funded in the past include expansion of youth programming, purchase or repair of equipment, advocacy services, and conference costs.
The Josephine and Paul Wenger Fund for Peace through International Understanding: Requires that the activity or project promoting peace through international understanding include a program that occurs locally.
Who Is Eligible To Apply?
General criteria for applicants to any of these funds include that groups receiving funds must be local (Greater Rochester area), nonpartisan, and not-for-profit.
To Learn More and/or Apply
Please carefully review the following documents, which detail the complete criteria, eligibility, responsibilities, application process and timeline of the Grants Panel awards.
- First Unitarian Grants Panel Information Sheet
- Application Form
- Sponsorship Form
- Recipient Evaluation Form
For additional information, contact Mary Palmer, firstname.lastname@example.org or 585-242-0522.
How Much Is Typically Awarded?
Grants are typically awarded in the amount of $2,000 to $4,000