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Community Investment Fund

United Way of North Central Florida's Community Investment Fund awards grants to local nonprofit agencies with programs that are laser focused on providing long-term solutions to improving the health, education, financial stability and immediate needs of people living in our community.
 
Funded Program & Agencies 2020-2021
Program Name
Agency Name

EDUCATION - $191,000

Micanopy Tutoring

Friends of the Micanopy Library

Aces in Motion

GACTA

ACHIEVE

Girls Place

Kids Count After School

Kids Count in Alachua County

Credit Retrieval

Project YouthBuild

Take Stock in Children

The Education Foundation

Child Abuse Prevention/Home Visitation

UF Healthy Families 

   

HEALTH - $208,200

Dental Home for Low-Income, Rural Children and Families

ACORN Clinic

Food on the Move

Bread of the Mighty

Weekend Hunger Backpack

Catholic Charities

Reducing Trauma - Therapy

Child Advocacy Center

Meals on Wheels

ElderCare of Alachua County

BrainPower

Girls Place, Inc.

Exhibit Courage: Mental Health & Counseling

PACE Center for Girls

Violence Prevention & Intervention

Peaceful Paths Domestic Abuse Network

   

FINANCIAL STABILITY - $155,000

Bridges to Prosperity

Catholic Charities

RISE

Central Florida Community Action Agency

Financial Literacy & Economic Empowerment

Peaceful Paths Domestic Abuse Network

Permanent Housing

St. Francis House

Legal Services

Three Rivers Legal Services

   

IMMEDIATE NEEDS - $155,800

Emergency Assistance

Catholic Charities

Rural Mobile Outreach

Catholic Charities

Interface Youth Shelter

CDS Family & Behavioral Health Services

Reducing Trauma - Emergency Response

Child Advocacy Center

Shelter & Self-Sufficiency Program

Family Promise of Gainesville

Tri-County Community Resource Center

Partnership for Strong Families

Emergency Shelter - Campus Housing Project

Peaceful Paths Domestic Abuse Network

Crisis Intervention

Project YouthBuild

Emergency Shelter & Food

St. Francis House

 

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