COMMUNITY IMPACT GRANT PROGRAM
At United Way of the Mid-Willamette Valley we work to unite people and resources to build resilient communities that thrive. Dedicated to facilitating lasting social change, we work together with businesses, government, schools, faith groups, community members, and other nonprofits, because it takes the whole community to achieve the kind of results we need. Our priorities include: developing housing for all; strengthening children and families; convening community leaders; and, meeting basic needs.
2021-2022 GRANT PROGRAM:
United Way is partnering with Willamette University MBA Community Grant Program to facilitate the community grants for 2021. If you have questions about how to access the grant application, contact Sara Goetze.
Willamette MBA Community Grant Program:
The Willamette MBA Community Grant Program 2021-2022 grant cycle is now open with the Letter of Intent (LOI) online form accessible here!
We are pleased to announce and welcome everyone to this $250,000 funding opportunity. With a broad scope, this funding opportunity could be beneficial to a variety of community-based organizations including those newly formed, well-established, or those making a pivot in their programs. It is our goal to hear from all organizations that fit our funding areas and align with our mission, vision, values and goals.
The first portion of our application is to complete a Letter of Intent (LOI) by answering the questions through our online form. The submission of answers to those questions is your LOI. Here are the key dates for the first portion of this grant cycle:
After the LOI stage of the application cycle, we will move on to the Request for Proposals (RFP) stage, outlined below:
We thank you for your ongoing dedication to our communities and for considering this funding opportunity. In what is now the sixth year of this Willamette MBA Community Grant Program, we are grateful for the work you are committed to and planning to do. Above all, we sincerely hope this funding opportunity can help improve individuals lives, communities, and moreover Marion, Polk and Yamhill counties.
Please feel free to forward this announcement to anyone who you think may be interested!
Alayna Newland, Allison Miller, Ashley Bean, Mark Johnson, Raymond Ontiveros, Riley McCann, Rosario Barbour & Ysa Willits
Please use the link below to access the grant report form. If you have any questions about the grant process or reporting, contact Sara Goetze.