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Community Investment Grants

United Way's Community Investment Fund Addresses challenges that are too big for any one agency to solve alone.

The Community Investment Fund supports a variety of local programs that address the biggest needs in our community. 

The Community Investment process is driven by a committed group of volunteers from across our community. Each community grant application is reviewed and rated by a group of volunteers. The comprehensive review includes financial and administrative information, program evaluation and meetings with applicants. United Way requests each applicant provide not just a program description, but outcomes that show results. Organizations that are awarded grants are required to submit six-month progress reports and an end-of-year report on program outcomes, ensuring any donor dollars are spent wisely.

Community Investment Grants: Available Monday, February 24

Our Community Investment Grants fund programs in Education, Financial Stability, and Health that serve or operate in Pulaski and Lonoke County. Grant applications for 2020 will be available Monday, February 24. Learn more about our training, guidelines and focus areas. 

Regional Grants

Regional Grants are available for organizations in specified counties outside of Pulaski and Lonoke. Grant applications will be available in Spring of 2020.

 

For more information about our grants, contact Mollie Palmer at mpalmer@heartaruw.org or 501-435-3203.