The Cape and Islands United Way has awarded it's 2018-2019 community impact grants to numerous local nonprofits throughout the region.
“We feel we have selected grants that make a lasting impact in the community on both Cape Cod and the Islands, and we have a fairly robust application process,” said Acting Director Beth Bowman. In our four focus areas, we look closely at operations that focus on education, financial stability, basic needs, housing/health, and then those for the Vineyard, [after reviewing all facets,] we have selected a range of organizations to support,” said Bowman.
Homeless Prevention Council has been named a nonprofit partner to help create housing stability. A grant has been awarded for the case management of lower Cape families at risk of homelessness.