The Partnership Grant Program is one of United Way’s primary tools for sustaining close ties to the communities we serve and for learning from organizations and leaders in our focus areas: Early Learning, Career Pathways, Financial Empowerment, and Community Resiliency.
Opening on Monday January 30th, the grant application process aims to help us identify poverty-fighting organizations that are not only deeply knowledgeable about their fields and communities but have interest in contributing to United Way’s understanding of the issues impacting our communities and working together to generate ideas for informed and collaborative solutions.
The Partnership Grant Program provides unrestricted grants of $50,000 per year for two years. This year, between 80 and 100 organizations will be selected in spring 2023 for the FY24-FY25 grant cycle. We aim to identify a slate of organizations that are diverse across fields of practice, geographies served, demographics of people served, size and age of organizations, and leadership diversity.
Visit the Nonprofit Partners page of our website on to learn more.
• Application Opens: January 30
• Applicant Questions Due: February 15
• FAQs Available on Website: February 17
• Application Closes: March 3
• Application Review Process: March – May
• Award Notification: June 2023