Please find useful tools and resources below to successfully begin the process for submitting your United Way of Alamance County 2024 Community Investment application. The focus of our grants is funding programs that are addressing poverty through increasing access to basic needs (such as housing, food, healthcare and opportunities for economic mobility). Grant funding takes place from January 1-December 31 each year. All agencies planning to apply must schedule a meeting/phone call with Sally to discuss program details (contact information below) as well as attend one of the workshops.
- 2021 Community Health Assessment
- Census Quick Facts
- 2023 County Health Rankings
- ACCESSNC Alamance Profile
- Local public agencies, 501c3 nonprofit organizations, and government authorities may submit an application by the deadline.
- Previous grantees must be in good standing in order to reapply, i.e. timely and complete reporting.
- Programs should be based on local data and serve individuals living in Alamance County.
- Proposals may be in the planning and/or implementation stage.
- Updated agency listing on NC 211
- Preference is given to agencies that:
- Collaborate with other initiatives or nonprofits
- Actively working to eliminate disparities with an equity lens
- Engage community members, especially those whose voices have traditionally been marginalized
- Have strong outreach techniques to reach vulnerable, underserved, or marginalized populations
If you have questions, please contact Sally Gordon, Director of Community Change at firstname.lastname@example.org or 336-560-2548.