Community Foundation of Westmoreland County

Healthy Communities

At Tri-City Meals on Wheels, a team of mostly volunteers gathers every morning to make as many as 190 meals for the elderly in the region.
At Tri-City Meals on Wheels, a team of mostly volunteers gathers every morning to make as many as 190 meals for the elderly in the region.

Healthy Communities Grants provide funding to nonprofit organizations to support the basic human services needs of our most vulnerable populations in Westmoreland County. The Community Foundation of  Westmoreland County wishes to fund projects that support the following basic needs: food and nutrition, housing, employment, childcare, transportation, physical and mental health and education. CFWC wishes to address the root causes of poverty by supporting long term solutions that assist individuals and families to move out of poverty and live with dignity. The Community Foundation of Westmoreland County encourages applicants to think creatively, discover new approaches, and take courageous steps towards new solutions. 

The Community Foundation of Westmoreland County is an affiliate of The Pittsburgh Foundation, and all  grant applications will be processed through The Pittsburgh Foundation’s online grant portal.

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APPLICATION TIMELINE 2022

Dates and times subject to change.

RFP Released and Application Process Opens  Sept. 21
Virtual RFP Info Session  Sept. 28 at 9:00 a.m.
PDF file of info session
below
Applications Due Oct. 20
Grants Announced Dec. 2