United Way announces grants for health, human service nonprofits

Regional nonprofit, the United Way of the Pennyrile announced that they are providing over $500,000 in grants to over 40 health and human service programs within 18 regional nonprofits for the 2024-2025 fiscal year.

The grants serve to help nonprofits in Caldwell, Christian, Todd and Trigg Counties continue providing vital services. According to a news release from the United Way, this year’s funding has increased by around 11% over last year’s grant cycle.

United Way Executive Director, Betsy Bond expressed her appreciation for the volunteers working to allocate funds to support community needs.