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NEW THE RESULTS ARE IN: COVID-19 Impact Survey Report

With more than half of Miami-Dade households (54%) or approximately 485,000 families already struggling to get by, the impact of the COVID-19 crisis had devastating results. In a March 2021 survey, 3,120 of these households (and 1,735 households who earn above the ALICE Threshold) share what life has been like for them during this time of profound uncertainty. United Way of Miami conducted this survey in partnership with United For ALICE and local organizations. Their participation was integral to making this possible and we are deeply grateful for their willingness to collaborate with us. Because of their efforts, we are able to shine a light on those in our community who are suffering disproportionately during this time and continue to work together build a stronger Miami. You can find the survey report, summary, and highlights on the United Way Miami website.

UPDATED United Way Miami Youth Institute

Application deadline: Friday, 10/15/21 by midnight EST

United Way Miami is inviting you to nominate 11th- and 12th-grade students to be a part of our 2021-2022 Youth Institute Fellowship. Youth Institute is a yearlong program dedicated to empowering local youth to become successful in their future careers, lifelong community advocates and agents of change. During the school year, we will expose high school students to: Resources needed to pursue postsecondary education and/or workforce readiness, collaborate in a community service-learning project where they will get to implement a real-world proposal, participate in high-quality activities and travel opportunities to further their cross-cultural leadership skills. In addition to our program, we are also seeking an intern student that will not only get hands-on leadership development and training, but will also receive a monetary stipend at the end of the cohort year. If you know of a deserving, motivated 11th- or 12th-grader who may be interested or could benefit from this fellowship or internship, please ensure that they meet the requirements of a minimum 2.5 GPA and a completed Youth Institute fellowship application by Friday, 10/15/21 at midnight. Feel free to check us out online or on YouTube for further information. If there are any questions, please contact Maria Velez at (305) 646-7071 or email to youthinstitute@unitedwaymiami.org.

Hurricane season is here

Dates: Tuesday, 6/1/21 to Tuesday, 11/30/21

Hurricane season is here and we want you to be prepared. Miami-Dade County has prepared the 2021 Hurricane Readiness Guide that includes information on the before, during and after phases of a storm. In anticipation of a potential hurricane, it is advised that community members assemble supply kits a little at a time prior to the threat of an actual hurricane. For more information, visit Miami-Dade County.

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The impact of the novel Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) is challenging us all to adjust, learn, respond and serve. As nonprofit and civic and community providers, let us help one another stay informed and connected.

Miami-Dade continues to monitor and share information shared by Miami-Dade County, Florida Department of Health, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Learning and assessing the impact on our agencies, people and families, and the community we serve is a priority. United Way welcomes your insights about emerging needs and our community’s growing response. Be a part of our community’s collective response – visit and share United Way’s VolunteerMiami portal to sign up to volunteer and/or create and manage your own projects, recruit volunteers and access volunteer data. If and when necessary, events may be cancelled, postponed or rescheduled.  All dates, deadlines and opportunities posted in this month’s News & Resources are subject to change. Please contact individual agencies for information about their posts. For updates, information on resources, services and volunteer opportunities, visit United Way Miami.

Community Announcements & Events

NEW Wet Ones Hand Sanitizer Available

We are pleased to inform you that the Boys & Girls Club has received a large donation of hand sanitizer that they wish to make available to other agencies. These hand sanitizers are available to any organization while supplies last. To indicate interest or for more information, please contact Raquel Torres at the Boys and Girls Clubs at rtorres@bgcmia.org or 305-446-9910.

NEW New Face of Aging Conference

Date: Thursday, 10/7/21
Time: 11 am – 2:30 pm
Location: Virtual

The Alliance for Aging presents it’s annual (virtual) New Face of Aging conference. The conference provides an opportunity for those who provide services, products, care, and support to older adults to network, hear from experts in the field, and support the work of the Alliance. Speakers include: Rabbi Steven Leder and Mayor Daniella Levine Cava in a dialogue of the Rabbi’s book “The Beauty of What Remains,” which is about handling loss and grieving. Rabbi Leder has been previously featured in a podcast with actor Alan Alda; Dr. Rosie Curiel-Cid, University of Miami Health Systems on “Young at Brain: How Attitude and Emotional Wellbeing Contribute to Brain Health;” and Mary Shannon Daniel, an executive who took a job as a dishwasher in a memory care facility to be near her husband during COVID-19.  For information and registration, visit Alliance for Aging, Inc..

NEW The AWE Project: Miami, Florida

Application Deadline: Friday, 10/8/2021 by 11:59 pm EST

Achieving Women Enterprise (AWE) Foundation is hosting the AWE Project: Miami, FL.  This is a four day entrepreneurship bootcamp and nine month mentorship program to create a community of women entrepreneurs to deliver high impact, high growth wealth creation & positive economic development for their communities. The bootcamp will be FREE for selected applicants. The bootcamp will be followed by Pitch Day, where you can win up to $1,000 prize seed money. For more information and to apply, visit Achieving Women Enterprise Foundation.

NEW The 2022 Coca-Cola Scholars Program

Application Deadline: Sunday, 10/31/21 by 5 pm EST

The Coca-Cola Scholars Program scholarship is an achievement-based scholarship awarded to graduating high school seniors. Students are recognized for their capacity to lead and serve, as well as their commitment to making a significant impact on their schools and communities. To be eligible to apply, applicants must be a current high school/home-schooled students attending school in one of the 50 U.S. states, Puerto Rico, or select DoD schools who will graduate high school during the 2021-2022 academic school year (students graduating from an American or expat school abroad are not eligible for this award), U.S. Citizens (not a Temporary Resident), U.S. Nationals, U.S. Permanent Residents, Refugees, Asylees, Cuban-Haitian Entrants, or Humanitarian Parolees – based on the guidelines utilized by U.S. Department of Education for Federal Financial Aid eligibility, planning to pursue a degree at an accredited U.S. post-secondary institution, and selected scholars must present a minimum overall B/3.0 GPA in high school coursework. For more information and to apply, visit Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation.

NEW Healthy minds-Healthy lives – FREE Virtual Support Group

Date:  The 4th Wednesday of every month
Time: 3 pm EST
Location: Virtual

Are you struggling with stress and seeking the support of others with similar experiences? Sanitas Medical Center Florida BeWell program is offering a Healthy Minds – Healthy Lives free virtual emotional support group with facilitator Maria Gutierrez, MSW.  For more information contact Sanitas Medical Center at bewellprogram@mysanitas.com or 786-785-2282 /844-665-4827.

COVID-19 vaccinations

Miami-Dade County and Miami-Dade County Public Schools have teamed up to provide the first or second dose of the Pfizer vaccine. Miami-Dade County is coordinating closely with hospital and healthcare partners, the State of Florida, cities and private partners to vaccinate members of our community against the coronavirus (COVID-19) as quickly, safely and equitably as possible. Homebound individuals can register online to be contacted to schedule a vaccination appointment at home. For more homebound information, call (833) 930-3672 or email homeboundvaccines@cdrmaguire.com. For a list of locations or to schedule an appointment for faster onsite service, go to miamidade.gov/vaccine.

SingleCare (formerly FamilyWize) Prescription Drug Discount Cards available

United Way Miami partners with SingleCare (formerly known as FamilyWize) to provide community members with access to affordable prescription medications, ensuring greater health and financial stability. To request SingleCare cards for yourself or for distribution, contact Cristina Brito at BritoC@unitedwaymiami.org.

Mental health services for children

Institute for Child and Family Health provides mental health services for children, adolescents and families in Miami-Dade County. Services may be provided in the home, at the child’s school or at one of the ICFH clinics. For more information about these services as well as other programs and services offered by ICFH, please visit our website at www.icfhinc.org.

Free Counseling for first-time homebuyers/homeowners

Centro Campesino is offering FREE counseling for first-time homebuyers or homeowners facing foreclosure. All counseling is done virtually. For more information, contact Centro Campesino Housing Department at housing@ccfcfl.org or call Ilia Mendoza at (305) 245-7738.

Children’s Bereavement Center Perinatal and Infant Loss Grief Support Group

Date: Tuesdays
Time: 7 – 8:30 pm
Location: Virtual

As a result of COVID-19 and the need for social distancing, people are growing more comfortable with accessing services of all kinds using video platforms. This has allowed Children’s Bereavement Center (CBC) to address the needs of families. Parents that suffered a miscarriage or lost an infant are often grappling with unique issues including guilt, fertility and/or whether to try to get pregnant again. To help these parents, CBC has developed a special online support facilitated by two mental health professionals experienced in pregnancy, infertility and grief. CBC also published an article, Compassionate Tips to Help Cope with The Death of a Baby, that may be of some help to those providing support to a parent who has had this type of loss. FREE Perinatal and Infant Loss Grief Support Group open to grieving mothers (and their partner) who have suffered perinatal loss (miscarriage, stillbirth, neonatal death) or infant loss, must be 18 years or older to participate. Group meets via Zoom for 90 minutes and is available in English and Spanish. Age-appropriate virtual grief support groups are also available to other children in the family.

Hebrew Free Loan Association of Miami provides financial help during pandemic

In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the Hebrew Free Loan Association of Miami, a federation program, is providing interest-free emergency loads to qualified Jewish borrowers in need in Miami-Dade County. The emergency loans, up to $3,000, can help with expenses related to the pandemic, such as lost wages due to being unable to go to work, related medical expenses and more. For more information, visit Greater Miami Jewish Federation.

SafeLink helping you stay healthy

SafeLink Wireless® has partnered with Doc.com to provide 24/7 professional medical assistance, including unlimited telemedicine access to call a doctor or nurse through video conferencing and free written prescriptions to your local pharmacy. SafeLink Wireless® is also a LifeLine supported service, a government benefit program. Only eligible consumers may enroll in LifeLine and proof of income or program participation may be required for enrollment. LifeLine service is nontransferable and limited to one per household. For more information, visit SafeLink Wireless.

Domestic Violence in Times of COVID-19 awareness campaign

The Women’s Fund Miami-Dade has launched Domestic Violence in Times of COVID-19, an extensive outdoor and digital awareness campaign to provide support to victims of violence. The campaign raises awareness as well as gets the word out to those who are experiencing abuse to know services are available 24/7, and to encourage them to escape, report, or seek the services they need through the Miami-Dade County’s Coordinated Victim’s Assistance Center (CVAC) helpline (305) 285-5900. For more information, visit Women’s Fund Miami-Dade.

FREE Mental Health Wellness support groups

Date: Mondays –  Fridays
Time:  Times varies
Location: Virtual

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Miami-Dade Support Groups are available online and by phone. Groups are available in English, Spanish and Creole for individuals with mental health conditions and/or for their family members. In addition, bilingual parents/caregivers will be available on Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings.  For more information, including wellness support group schedules, please visit NAMI Miami.

Children’s Bereavement Center grief support groups

Date: Monday through Friday
Time: Times vary
Location: Virtual

Children’s Bereavement Center (CBC) is providing FREE virtual grief support groups for all ages. Studies show that 25 percent of children will experience the death of a significant loved one by high school graduation, and for 1 in 5, their loss will be a parent. After a loss, children and teens are vulnerable to suffer symptoms such as suicidal thoughts, social isolation, strained peer interaction, physical complaints, sleep disturbances/nightmares, and school difficulties. Groups meet virtually weekly and are facilitated by masters level mental health professionals. These services are open to anyone who has suffered a loss as a result of illness, accident, suicide or homicide. To find a location throughout Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach call (888) 988-5438 and you will be linked to a group. Registration is required via phone. For more information, visit Children’s Bereavement Center.

Florida KidCare Coalition

The Florida KidCare Coalition of Miami-Dade is offering enrollment assistance for families who have recently lost health coverage or have had a change of income. Assistance is available in English, Spanish and Creole.  For more information, visit Florida KidCare Coalition.

Free Pediatric health care and mental health services

UHealth’s Pediatric Mobile Clinic is offering pediatric health care and mental health services for children without insurance at no charge. Services provided include: well child exams, sports/school physicals, immunizations and urgent care. Screenings are offered for: vision impairments, hearing impairments, dental problems, tuberculosis, development problems and nutritional problems. The Mobile Clinic visits neighborhoods throughout Miami-Dade County and operates from 9 am to 2 pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. For the Mobile Clinic’s location schedule and flyers available in English, Spanish and Creole, visit UHealth Pediatric Mobile Clinic. Appointments are preferred and can be made by calling (305) 243-6407.

Funding & In-Kind Resources

NEW AARP Foundation to Support SNAP Enrollment of Older Adults

Pre-Application for Intent Deadline: Friday, 10/1/21

Application Deadline: Wednesday, 10/27/21

AARP Foundation is requesting applications from organizations to help older adults enroll in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), with a focus on the Elderly Simplified Application Project (ESAP). This opportunity seeks organizations with innovative approaches to reach older adults and communicate the value of the program, as well as solutions to help older adults complete applications. For more information, visit AARP Foundation.

NEW Community Project Grants

Application Deadline: Tuesday, 10/12/21 by noon EST

Florida Humanities Council see grants to strengthen vibrant communities and cultures, promote civic engagement and community dialogue, and provide communities with the opportunity to reflect on the future of the Sunshine State. Mini-grants of up to $5,000 will be awarded in support of humanities-rich projects that are bold, innovative, and potentially transformative for local communities. Projects supported by the program include, but are not limited to interpretive exhibitions, outdoor heritage signage, community conversations, panel discussions following a performance or film screening, and oral history projects. While remaining open to funding locally-driven public humanities projects, Florida Humanities may give special consideration to applications that focus on one or more of five programmatic priorities which include racial injustice; civics and democracy; water, public health; and immigrant and refugee stories. To be eligible, organizations must be recognized as tax exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, or be a local municipality, or be a cultural, civic, or educational entity and be based in Florida and serve Floridians. For more information and to apply, visit Florida Humanities Council.

NEW Student Success Grant Program 

Application Deadline: Friday, 10/15/21

The National Education Association (NEA) Foundation grants of either $2,000 or $5,000 will support of educator-led initiatives that engage students in project-based and deeper learning to support the development of skills and dispositions contributing to success and fulfillment in a changing world. Applications are sought from educators, specialized instructional support personnel, and education support professionals to develop and implement a project that will enhance students’ critical thinking and problem-solving skills; develop and implement a project supporting personalized and experiential learning; support students’ mastery of essential academic content; support students’ cultural understanding and appreciation; promote students’ communication and collaboration skills; or enable students to engage in learning experiences connected to real-world issues and challenges. Applicants must be a current member of the NEA and be a teacher, education support professional, or specialized instructional support personnel. Education support professionals (ESPs) are paraeducators; school bus drivers or other transportation staff; custodial and maintenance staff, food services staff, school nurses, health aides, and other health and student services staff; clerical staff; security staff; skilled trades staff; and technical services staff. Specialized instructional support personnel (SISP) include school counselors, psychologists, social workers, occupational therapists, library media specialists, speech pathologists, and others.  For more information and to apply, visit The National Education Association Foundation.

NEW Comcast RISE Investment Fund

Application Deadline: Thursday, 10/14/21

Comcast RISE, a multi-year commitment to provide marketing, creative, media, and technology services to small businesses owned by people of color.  In June 2020, Comcast NBCUniversal announced the development of a comprehensive, multi-year plan to allocate $75 million in cash and $25 million in media over the next three years to fight injustice and inequality against any race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation or ability. For more information and to apply, visit Comcast RISE.

NEW Health Resources and Services Administration Service Area Competition (SAC) 

Application Deadline: Monday, 11/1/21

The Health Center Program supports domestic public or private, nonprofit community-based and patient-directed organizations that provide primary health care services to the Nation’s medically underserved populations. The purpose of this SAC NOFA is to ensure continued access to comprehensive, culturally competent, high-quality primary health care services for communities and populations currently served by the Health Center Program. You must be a domestic public or private, nonprofit entity, as demonstrated through the submission of the Evidence of Non-profit/Public Center Status, outlined in Section IV.2.vi.8 Faith-based and community-based organizations, Tribes, and tribal organizations are eligible to apply.  For more information, visit the Department of Health and Human Services.

NEW Comprehensive High-Impact HIV Prevention Programs for Young Men of Color Who Have Sex with Men and Young Transgender Persons of Color

Letter of Intent Deadline: Monday, 10/4/21

Application Deadline: Friday, 11/19/21 by 11:59 pm EST

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is pleased to announce the publication of the Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) PS22-2203: Comprehensive High-Impact HIV Prevention Programs for Young Men of Color Who Have Sex with Men and Young Transgender Persons of Color. The program purpose is to implement comprehensive high-impact HIV prevention programs to address health disparities among YMSM of color, YTG persons of color, and their partners with the goal of reducing HIV transmission and HIV-associated morbidity and mortality.  For more information and to apply, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

 

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NEW 2021 Continuum of Care Competition and Noncompetitive Award of Youth Homeless Demonstration

Application Deadline: Tuesday, 11/16/21

The Continuum of Care Competition (CoC) Program promotes a community-wide commitment to the goal of ending homelessness; to provide funding for efforts by nonprofit organizations, state governments, local governments, instrumentalities of state and local governments, Indian Tribes, tribally designated housing entities and public housing agencies are eligible without limitation or exclusion, to quickly re-house homeless individuals, families, persons fleeing domestic violence, and youth while minimizing the trauma and dislocation caused by homelessness; to promote access to and effective utilization of mainstream programs by homeless; and to optimize self-sufficiency among those experiencing homelessness. For more information and to apply, visit the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

NEW National Institutes of Health (NIH) HIV Prevention and Alcohol (R01 Clinical Trials Optional)

Application Deadline: Thursday, 12/16/21

The funding opportunity announcement seeks to expand the HIV/AIDS prevention toolkit among alcohol impacted populations with a range of patterns of episodic and long-term use and associated behavioral and biological risks for HIV acquisition. This includes integration of effective prevention and treatment interventions with an understanding of the overarching framework for reducing the incidence of new infections by facilitating cross-cutting informative research. Eligible Applicants: Nonprofits that do not have a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS; Native American tribal governments (Federally recognized); Public housing authorities/Indian housing authorities; Special district governments; Nonprofits with and without 501(c)(3) status with the IRS; State, County, City or township governments; Small businesses; Private, Public and State controlled institutions of higher education; Independent school districts; Native American tribal organizations; and For profit organizations. For more information and to apply, visit Depart of Health and Human services.

Florida’s Urban and Community Forestry (UCF) grant program

Deadline: Friday, 10/8/21

The grant program will provide financial assistance to local governments, Native American tribal governments, volunteer groups, nonprofit organizations and educational institutions to initiate or enhance local urban and community forestry programs and improve the urban environment within the state of Florida. Allocation for FY 2021 anticipated at at $265,000. Proposals are sought to: Plant trees in areas where they would provide tangible benefits to Floridians through energy reduction, water or air quality improvement, storm water runoff avoidance, or increased greenspace accessibility; establish a food forest or urban orchard; conduct a tree inventory of public areas and assess the condition of individual trees; conduct an urban tree canopy assessment to gather information about how much tree canopy is in the area and how it is distributed across the landscape; develop an urban forest management plan; implement informational and educational programs to improve the understanding of residents and local officials of the benefits of maintaining a healthy tree canopy; develop a workforce development program to educate students and residents about career opportunities in the green industry and provide them with hands on experiences. For more information and to apply, visit Department of Agriculture.

UPDATED Transgender Status-Neutral Community-to-Clinic Models grants

Deadline: Friday, 12/30/22

The Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control is awarding unrestricted grants to Transgender Community-Based Organizations (TG CBOs) that may be better poised than TB clinics to reach the Transgender community that are not already engaged in HIV prevention or care services. TG CBOs can provide this critical connection with TG persons for HIV prevention services and help link them to TG clinics for community-to-clinic comprehensive health care services. In the proposed demonstration project, TG clinics and TG CBOs will work collaboratively to develop holistic models to provide health care and well-being services for TG men and women that include co-located HIV prevention and care, gender-affirming services including hormone therapy and other procedures, STI testing, hepatitis testing, preventive health care, and chronic disease care, and to ensure access to mental health and substance use disorder services and social support services. The recipients will also participate in a national learning collaborative to share lessons learned and best practices for TG clinic and TG CBO partnerships to provide status-neutral, community-to-clinic services for TG persons. Eligibility is unrestricted. For more information and to apply, visit U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Trainings & Conferences

UPDATED AARP Foundation Back To Work 50+ Coaching

Date: Tuesday, 10/12/21
Time: 6 – 7 pm
Location: Virtual

The AARP Foundation, in partnership with Youth Co-Op and CareerSource South Florida, is hosting the Back to Work 50+ program offering workshops and coaching for jobseekers. Back to Work 50+ is a program created by the AARP Foundation that provides you with the tools to get back on track and accelerate your job search. Our team can help you update your job search strategies, practice for interviewing and networking, and enroll in training programs that employer’s value. Seating is limited. For more information, contact Marianne Lobo at marianne.lobo@ycoopmail.org or call (786) 264-4821. Learn more and register at AARP Foundation or call toll free (855) 850-2525.

Epilepsy Florida free seizure recognition and first-aid trainings

Epilepsy Florida is offering free seizure recognition and first-aid trainings to community agencies and organizations as well as the general population throughout Florida. These valuable trainings aim to bring awareness to this chronic condition, help individuals recognize different types of seizures and provide seizure first-aid training to empower individuals to provide support to a person suffering from a seizure or living with the condition. All trainings will be provided virtually via Zoom. To schedule a training for yourself, staff, family or friends, email your request with a date and time that would work for you to prevention&education@epilepsyfl.org. For more information, visit Epilepsy Florida.

Survive & Thrive Skills Training for children and youth

Trainings: One to six-hour programs available weekly

YouthAlert! (YA) Program is offering the Survive & Thrive Skills Training for children and youth on comprehensive violence prevention. All content is age-appropriate with subjects including: bullying; self-harm; child abuse; peer, dating and school violence, among others. The program, school-based or out-of-school time, is available for elementary, middle and high schools. For more information or to schedule a training, visit YouthAlert! or call (859) 494-3677.

UPDATED Parent-to-Parent of Miami workshops

Workshop dates: Wednesday, 10/6/21 through Friday, 12/17/21
Time: Varies per workshop
Location: Virtual

Parent-to-Parent of Miami is a community parent resource center for families of children and adults with all types of disabilities. Parent-to-Parent works to make information, workshops and other resources to help make decisions about early intervention, early childhood, education, vocational training, employment, college opportunities, as well as the laws that protect the rights of children and adults with disabilities, available to parents and professionals. Parent-to-Parent has regular workshops on a variety of topics, including Individualized Education Plans (IEPs), 504 plans, making the right decision about your child’s educational placement and more. Virtual workshops are available in both English and Spanish. For more information, visit Parent-to-Parent of Miami.

Nonprofit Careers

NEW Learn more about open positions at NAMI Miami-Dade

Visit NAMI Miami-Dade to view all of their current openings including peer navigator, family navigator, office operations manager, development/walk manager. Submit cover letter (required) and resume to Careers@NAMIMiami.org.

Learn more about open positions at Overtown Youth Center

Visit Overtown Youth Center to view all of their current openings including executive assistant, director of communications/social responsibility, senior accountant, program coordinator, data compliance specialist.  Please send your resume to HR director Nicole McMillon at nicole.mcmillon@overtownyouth.org.

Learn more about open positions at Kristi House

Visit Kristi House to view all of their current openings including prevention & education specialist, project gold survivor mentor, project gold clinical supervisor, master’s level therapist. Send resume and cover letter to jobs@kristihouse.org.

NEW Learn more about open positions at Center for Family and Child Enrichment

Visit Center for Family and Child Enrichment to view all of their current openings, including court liaison, dependency case manager apprentice, youth care worker, eligibility determination specialist, Miami Gardens; foster parent recruiter, behavioral health consultant, Miami.

NEW Learn more about open positions at Jewish Community Services

Visit Jewish Community Services to view all of their current openings, including administrative assistant, junior investment accountant, workforce development specialist, administrative associate, program administrative assistant.

NEW Learn more about open positions at Centro Campesino

Visit Centro Campesino to view all of their current openings, including senior activities specialist/coordinator, maintenance specialist, housing development consultant, weatherization (WAP) coordinator, executive assistant, director of resource and communication, teacher, HUD-certified housing counselor.

NEW Learn more about open positions at United Way Miami

Visit United Way of Miami-Dade to view all of our current openings, including communications director, engagement manager, resource specialist, senior engagement manager, engagement director, senior grant manager.

NEW Learn more about open positions at Goodwill Industries

Visit Goodwill Industries to view all of their current openings, including retail associates, placement coordinator, laundry worker, Miami.

NEW Learn more about open positions at Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Miami

Visit Catholic Charities of Archdiocese of Miami to view all of their current openings, including  teacher aid high school east, Good Shepard Child Dev; teacher aid high school east, teacher associates, South Dade Child Dev.

NEW Learn more about open positions at Branches

Visit Branches to view all of their current openings, including grow and climb manager; micro-business program manager, Miami; americorps member, Student Services; micro-business senior business coach, North Miami.

NEW Learn more about open positions at Chapman Partnership

Visit Chapman Partnership to view all of their current openings, including resident care technician, community employment specialist, Miami; case manager, maintenance supervisor, child development specialist, family resources supervisor north & south, Homestead.

Special Programs & Ongoing Initiatives

VolunteerMiami: United Way Miami

Volunteer your time and talent. Take part in creating long-lasting change in our community through a wide range of volunteer opportunities with United Way and our community partners. For more information or to volunteer, visit VolunteerMiami.

United Way Mission United

United Way Mission United is a single point of entry for veterans to access the help they need at no cost. Connecting them to a coordinated network of community partners that provide services that include job training and opportunities, affordable housing, legal resources, financial services. Mission United is dedicated to empowering veterans and their families to lead productive lives in the community.  If you’re one of the thousands of veterans who call Miami home, and you’re in need of a network of free support services to help you get re-acclimated to civilian life, contact Mission United. For more information, visit United Way Mission United or call (305) 4-United.

ReadingPals: United Way Miami

Become a ReadingPal and join 200 volunteers who are reading to young children at prekindergarten classrooms throughout Miami-Dade. Devote only 30 minutes a week to instilling a love of reading and enhancing literacy opportunities for young children. To learn more, visit ReadingPals and sign up today!

Grant Opportunities

If you’re an organization in Miami-Dade looking for funding, we’re here to help.

At this time we have no grant opportunities available.