Please find useful tools and resources below to successfully submit your United Way of Alamance County 2022 Community Investment application. Grant funding takes place from January 1-December 31 each year.
Missed the grant workshops in July? You can find the recording here (password: qj2.H2zj). If you would like to schedule a one-on-one meeting to discuss your program, please email Sally Gordon, firstname.lastname@example.org.
- 2018 Community Health Assessment
- Census Quick Facts
- 2021 County Health Rankings
- ACCESSNC Alamance Profile
- Local public agencies, 501c3 nonprofit organizations, and government authorities may submit one 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. The nonprofit must be established for a least one year.
- Preference is given to agencies that:
- Collaborate with other initiatives and nonprofits and formed new relationships during COVID-19
- Actively working to eliminate disparities with an equity lens
- Engage community members, especially those whose voices have traditionally been marginalized
- Has strong outreach techniques to reach vulnerable, underserved, or marginalized populations
If you have questions, please contact Sally Gordon, Director of Community Change at email@example.com or 336-560-2548.