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UTO offers grants to young adults and seminarians


The United Thank Offering has issued a call to young adults and seminary students for grant applications for the 2017 granting cycle. UTO is offering grants of up to $2,500 to young adults (ages 19-30) and seminary students of any age to support new ministries. Please make this information available to all young adults in your congregation and seminary students you know from any of the ten accredited seminaries in the US.

Each diocese may submit one young adult application and each seminary may submit two applications. UTO will award money to up to ten young adults and ten seminary students. The focus and criteria as well as application forms may be found athttp://www.episcopalchurch.org/page/united-thank-offering or the blog sitehttps://uto2014.wordpress.com/. Descriptions of the grants previously awarded can be found at these two sites as well.

If you have questions, contact me at mailto:jlanderscgc@gmail.com. Young adult applications must be submitted to the diocesan office, electronically, two weeks before the official deadline.

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