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Community Investment

2016  United Way of Lewis County Funded Agencies

We are providing the Six-Month Porgram Report Form for agencies who received United Way funding through the 2016 Community Investment grant process (preiod covered July 1, 2016 - December 31, 2016).

This report is due to the United Way of Lewis County office by January 31, 2017.

DOWNLOAD THE 6 MONTH REPORT HERE

United Way's release of subsequent payments is conditional upon the receipt, review and approval of the January 31st report by the United Way of Lewis County Community Impact Committee. Funding for future years will also be conditional upon receipt, review and approval of reports. The approval of the report is based on the agency's ability to achieve the outcomes and follow the budget as stated in the original Community Impact Application. The required reporting form is located above. No reminder notices will be sent; it is the grantee's responsibility to turn in the report by the required due dates.


United Way of Lewis County's Community Investment Process

United Way of Lewis County depends on a diverse group of volunteers from across the community to guide the sound investment of funds entrusted to us by generous donors. These volunteers provide insight and oversight to ensure that programs deliver solid, measurable results. The Community Investment volunteer panel participates in the process to make important, and often difficult decisions, regarding grant applications from community organizations on an annual basis.

United Way of Lewis County provides funding to not-for-profit organizations and programs in Lewis County. Funds are provided with the expectation that they will address the FUNDING PRIORITIES - Early Literacy, Youth Success, Financial Stability, and Support Services.

This important Community Investment process is:

  • Backed by research and dataBefore any investment decisions are made, the needs in our community are studied thoroughly, as well as efforts to address the needs and the potential for impact.
  • Results oriented - Grant recipients provide outcome-based information that demonstrates the value and direct impact of their programs in Lewis County. 

  • Comprehensive - Combines a review of financial and administrative information, program evaluation and site visits.

  • OngoingInvestment recipients are monitored on an ongoing basis to ensure quality service delivery and effectiveness.

If you would like to learn more about this process, please contact Linda Raschke at (360) 748-8100.