EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) The United Way of the Greater Chippewa Valley says the application process for its three year funding cycle has now started.
The United Way says more than $1.5 million are available over the next three years to Chippewa and Eau Claire county programs that support education, income, health and basic needs.
The application process started Friday, February 21st and any programs wishing to apply for the grant money must submit the "intent to apply" form by March 21st.
The United Way says it's proud of all of the good causes it works to help.
"The United Way is typically known for very large fund raising activity, and we're proud of that, we have our annual workplace campaign where we raise just about $2.3 million every year, and then with those dollars we allocate them to other organizations in the community, services that are really needed for local residents," says Jan Porath, Executive Director.
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