New! School Community Service Grants

A Call to Action
United Way of Bucks County wants to help school student groups in Bucks County with their community service projects!  School groups can apply for up to $500 to cover the cost of supplies to complete projects that are inclusive and make a difference in our community.  The mini-grant application form is now open at

How to Apply
The grant application process is simple – just a quick, online application form.  Public school student clubs and classroom groups in Bucks County are eligible to apply, but they must act soon.  The deadline for applying is March 14.  Get permission from a teacher sponsor and building principal and go to for complete details.

Think Spring
Break out of the winter doldrums and plan a project that will help your neighbors.  Your project will give you a boost as well.  Be creative.  Think about helping the young and old, shut-ins, the disabled, and those less fortunate.  Think about how you can make a difference in Bucks County!

About the Contributor: Richard Coe is a retired public school educator with over 45 years experience working and volunteering in the schools and community.  You can email Richard at  with your questions about the Bucks County Youth Community Service Project.


Join us in changing lives in Bucks County for good by making a donation today. Donations can be made online or by mailing a check to, United Way of Bucks County, 413 Hood Blvd., Fairless Hills, PA 19030.