Student United Way of Greater St. Louis offers $10,000 in one-time grants – up to $1,000 each – to provide financial support for student-led community service projects within the greater St. Louis region. Student United Way volunteers identify the emerging regional issues that the grants address, and lead the grant allocations process.
Local college student applicants can apply for the grant in collaboration with service organizations including, but not limited to: student clubs, non-profit organizations, educational institutions, and religious groups.
If you have received a one-time grant in a previous cycle, you may download and complete the reporting document.
2017 - 2018 Student United Way Grant Awardees
- Bear Cubs Running Team of Washington University in St. Louis was awarded $1,000 to purchase shirts and awards for their runners and to cover the race registration fees.
- A student at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville is supporting efforts at Broken But Not Shattered Ministries and was awarded $1,000 to help cover the accreditation fees and supplies for classes.
- Campus Kitchen at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville was awarded $700 to help cover the costs of needed supplies and food staples for the kitchen.
- Community Service Club at Maryville University was awarded $175 to purchase supplies to make sandwiches to donate to a local nonprofit.
- Habitat For Humanity at Saint Louis University was awarded $550 to help support their spring break service trip and cardboard city project.
- Healthy Humans Initiative at Washington University in St. Louis was awarded $990 to purchase ingredients and supplies for their educational nutrition classes.
- Lions Club at Saint Louis University was awarded $1,000 to purchase snacks for the Public Health Fair.
- Mobile Health Initiative at Washington University in St. Louis was awarded $981 to purchase socks, antifungal cream, and additional supplies for their mobile health unit.
- Mx WashU at Washington University in St. Louis was awarded $996 to support the ongoing club activities.
- Relay for Life at Saint Louis University was awarded $700 to provide supplies for meals and fleece blankets that will be donated to a local nonprofit.
- SERVE at Maryville University was awarded $995 to purchase supplies to create personal care packages for the St. Louis homeless population.
- Under the Same Tree Refugee Program at Saint Louis University was awarded $485 to support the club’s transportation needs to best serve their clients.