Several Bethesda-based nonprofit organizations were among the Montgomery County awardees of nearly $250,000 in United Way grants.
According to an announcement the organization made on Patch:
United Way of the National Capital Area is awarding 26 grants totaling $244,453 to 23 member organizations serving Montgomery County.
The funds came through designations to the Montgomery County Community Impact Fund in United Way NCA’s annual workplace giving campaign. Each of the grants directly addresses United Way NCA’s focus areas of education, health and financial stability. In total, nearly $1.65 million was raised through Community Impact Funds in United Way NCA’s eight regions thanks to the support of employees from over 800 workplaces with more than 3,000 locations throughout the Washington region.
Bethesda nonprofits included:
For a full list of the nonprofits awarded the grants check out the announcement here.