United Way of North Idaho
2019-2020 Community Care Fund
United Way of North Idaho is not currently accepting applications for Community Care Fund Grants. Learn more about the updated schedule by clicking here.
UWNI has an updated grant process which will be awarded as a one-time payment. The next round of CCF grants will be awarded in December 2020. Nonprofit organizations who have received funding in the past will notice a slight change in the reporting structure. As in recent years, our focus is to make an impact in the areas of education, financial stability, and health. With that in mind, our grant application and reporting fall within those impact areas, with education split into School Readiness and Youth Success. Feel free to take a look around the application, and when you're ready to submit, follow the instructions below.
Step 1: Determine which impact area most closely aligns with the program for which you are seeking funding. Program examples can be viewed by clicking the icons of each impact area. Program examples are provided to help agencies identify which impact area a program will fit; these are common examples of programs but are by no means comprehensive. If you are unsure about which impact area to select for your program, please contact us for guidance. A technical assistance and FAQ session will be offered during the next grant cycle.
Helping youth and children achieve their potential. Children (birth through age 5) enter school ready to learn and succeed.
Children do well in school, graduate on time, and are ready to succeed in post-secondary education and a career path.
Individuals and families attain financial stability by lowering costs and accessing benefits; individuals attain family-sustaining jobs that offer the opportunity for advancement; individuals have adequate transportation.
Individuals and families lead healthy lives through access to quality medical services including physical, dental, and behavioral health; prevent and respond to family violence, child abuse and neglect, and suicide; encompasses efforts to create healthy systems and environments.
In addition to program-specific metrics, all funded agencies must be able to report:
- Number of unduplicated individuals served by this grant (specifying population served--students/children/adults/seniors, etc)
- County or counties served
- Quantity of volunteers and volunteer hours engaged
- Number of low-moderate income and ALICE households participating in or benefitting from the program (LMI= at or below 80% Area Median Income)
Impact Councils of local volunteers review and score applications to make funding recommendations to the United Way Board of Directors. The materials they use to evaluate applications can be viewed here.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us at 208-667-8112 or Keri@UnitedWayofNorthIdaho.org