A key element of our work is addressing community needs through our grant funding. We believe taking an inclusive approach to improving community conditions around education, health, and financial stability while identifying gaps and disparities creates a cycle of success that will benefit individuals, families, and our entire community. Successful proposals offer services and programs that are aligned with our priority areas and address at least one of the indicators.
Funded Community Partners are 501(c)(3) agencies who meet a priority need and receive funding through a competitive application process. Community Partners must adhere to all reporting requirements and sign a partner agreement. Donor designated amounts are included in the agency’s allocations. Community Partners are not subject to fundraising or administrative fees.