Letter of Intent training will take place October 11, 2017
Thousands of generous community members make annual gifts to United Way's Community Impact Fund. United Way of Champaign County allocates these gifts via two-year grants to local organizations working to create long-lasting, measurable change in Education, Health or Financial Stability.
Public Notice is hereby given that United Way of Champaign County will open the FY2019-2020 Grant Cycle with a Letter of Intent Training.
All programs working to improve Education, Health or Financial Stability in Champaign County are invited to attend the Letter of Intent training.
Letter of Intent Training
October 11, 2017
The Vineyard Church, 1500 N. Lincoln Ave, Urbana
In order to be eligible to apply for a Community Impact Fund Grant, a representative from the program must attend the Letter of Intent Training!
Community Impact Fund grants are intended to create long lasting, measurable community change in Education, Health or Financial Stability. To measure community change, we use a common set of measurements called metrics. Each program applying for funding must indicate the target issue they are addressing and the outcomes and indicators they will use to measure their progress. A full list of our metrics is available at www.uwayhelps.org/programfunding
United Way of Champaign County's funding guidelines are specific. In advance of the meeting, please visit our Grants page to ensure your organization meets United Way's grant eligibility requirements.
All interested programs are highly encouraged to attend the training. If your program does not attend the training, the next opportunity to apply for a Community Impact Fund grant will be in Fall 2019.