United Way of Southeast Louisiana (UWSELA) has a bold vision for eradicating poverty in SELA. Grant-making supports the vision of “equitable communities where all individuals are healthy, educated and economically stable.” This means both a sharpened focus on poverty through supporting the critical programs that form the bedrock of serving our population, and a systems change approach centered on collaboration. Our grant-making is rooted in addressing the complex interplay of symptoms and drivers of poverty in the region.
United Way of Southeast Louisiana offers two Blueprint for Prosperity grant processes:
Collaborative Grants - CLOSED
The application process for the Blueprint for Prosperity Collaborative Grants closed on December 16. Collaboratives will be notified of decision in June 2020.
What is a collaboration?
Programmatic Grants - CLOSED
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