Below is information and documents pertaining to the Emergency Food & Shelter Program (EFSP) Phase 34 application process. It is strongly suggested that you read all the instructions on this page before downloading or printing the documents below and that you thoroughly read the application instructions before submitting the application.
There are four files you will need to download in order to apply for EFSP funds:
Applications must be received by United Way of Palm Beach County by noon on Friday, March 10, 2017. No postmarks will be accepted.
ALL SUBMISSIONS MUST BE TYPEWRITTEN. INCOMPLETE SUBMISSIONS WILL NOT BE REVIEWED. All applications must be submitted via mail or hand-delivered. No electronic submissions.
Instructions for Downloading the Application and RFP
It is suggested that you first download and save all the documents to your computer before beginning to complete the application. You will not be able to fill out the application and save it online. Save it to your own computer.
Please note some computer systems may take a few extra minutes to download the file, depending on your computer system. In the Word documents, you will see gray text boxes where you need to enter information. The text boxes will expand and will provide as much room for your answer as you need.
If you have any questions regarding the documents or the funding process, please contact Tamara Worley at (561) 375-6630.
If you have difficulties downloading the above documents, please contact Chris Burns, Senior Director of Creative Services at (561) 375-6615
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