Funded Programs

2021-22 Funded Programs

 

No single agency or program can meet all our community's needs alone. When you give United Way of West Florida, your undesignated donation becomes part of a collective effort that supports local programs and initiatives across Escambia and Santa Rosa counties in the areas of health, education, and financial stability. 

 

 
The following programs are recipients of Community Investment grant awards:
 

HEALTH AWARDS - $305,550

  • Capstone Adaptive Learning and Therapy - Essential Health Access
    Serving Escambia and Santa Rosa counties
  • Center For Independent Living – Mobility Access Project 
    Serving Escambia and Santa Rosa counties 

  • Council on Aging of West Florida – Senior Companion Program 
    Serving Escambia and Santa Rosa counties 

  • Council on Aging of West Florida – Nutrition Program 
    Serving Escambia and Santa Rosa counties 

  • Embrace Florida Kids – Family Preservation and Girls Home 
    Serving Escambia and Santa Rosa counties 

  • Epilepsy Florida – Epilepsy Services and Resource Center 
    Serving Escambia and Santa Rosa counties 

  • Gulf Coast Kid’s House – Family Advocacy 
    Serving Escambia County 

  • Health and Hope Clinic – Access to Care 
    Serving Escambia and Santa Rosa counties 

  • Lutheran Services Florida – Sexual/Physical Abuse Treatment Program 
    Serving Escambia and Santa Rosa counties 

  • MANNA Food Bank – Healthy Seniors Food Program 
    Serving Escambia County 

  • Pensacola United Methodist Community Ministries – Hot, Healthy Meals 
    Serving Escambia County 

  • Santa Rosa Kid’s House – Trauma-Focused Therapy 
    Serving Santa Rosa County 
     

EDUCATION AWARDS - $229,505

  • AMIkids – AMIkids Pensacola 
    Serving Escambia and Santa Rosa counties 

  • Autism Pensacola – Kids for Camp Summer Learning Lab 
    Serving Escambia and Santa Rosa counties 

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwest Florida – Community Based Mentoring 
    Serving Escambia and Santa Rosa counties 

  • Boys and Girls Club of the Emerald Coast – Academic Success 
    Serving Escambia and Santa Rosa counties 

  • Capstone Adaptive Learning and Therapy Centers – Behavioral ABC’s 
    Serving Escambia and Santa Rosa counties 

  • Children’s Home Society of Florida – teenspace 
    Serving Escambia County 

  • Council on Aging of West Florida – Foster Grandparent Program 
    Serving Escambia County  

  • Escambia County Public Schools Foundation for Excellence – THAT Time: Treating Hygiene Absences Tactfully 
    Serving Escambia County 

  • Girl Scouts of Gateway Council – Community Development Troops 
    Serving Escambia and Santa Rosa counties 

  • Independence for the Blind of West Florida – Transition Program for Blind and Visually Impaired Teens 
    Serving Escambia and Santa Rosa counties 

  • PACE Center for Girls – Girls Earning Diplomas (GED) Program 
    Serving Escambia and Santa Rosa counties 

  • Pensacola’s Promise dba Chain Reaction – Chain Reaction 
    Serving Escambia and Santa Rosa counties 
     

FINANCIAL STABILITY AWARDS - $164,944

  • Catholic Charities of Northwest Florida – Emergency Assistance 
    Serving Escambia and Santa Rosa counties 

  • FavorHouse of Northwest Florida – Financial Stability Program for Domestic Violence Victims 
    Serving Escambia and Santa Rosa counties 

  • Feeding the Gulf Coast – Mobile Pantry Program 
    Serving Escambia and Santa Rosa counties 

  • Legal Services of North Florida – Independence for Dependent and Homeless Youth 
    Serving Escambia and Santa Rosa counties 

  • Legal Services of North Florida – Veterans Legal Assistance 
    Serving Escambia and Santa Rosa counties 

  • Re-Entry Alliance Pensacola – Re-Entry Portal 
    Serving Santa Rosa County 

  • Waterfront Rescue Mission – Career Development Program 
    Serving Escambia and Santa Rosa counties 

 

For more information about becoming a Certified Agency of United Way of West Florida or the 2021-2022 Community Investment Process for Escambia and Santa Rosa counties, please contact Director of Community Impact, Mary Zaledonis.