class="arial">The United Way of Greater St. Louis is reaching out to organizations and groups in the area to make them aware of grant opportunities from the United Way. Natasha Sakovich, Marketing and Communications Manager for the United Way of Greater St. Louis, says they are providing more than $180,000 in one-time grants that can be used to fund several types of services.
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Sakovich says the grants are available to any non-profit, community agency or faith-based organization in Illinois and she encourages anyone involved in one of those organizations to submit an application. You can submit an application by visiting www.stl.unitedway.org/grants and you can learn more by calling 314-421-0700,
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