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Community Investments

Each year, United Way of Treasure Valley collects donations to the Community Fund. All donations to the Community Fund stay local in the Treasure Valley.

Nonprofit organizations are encouraged to apply for United Way grant funding. Through a rigorous application process with the Vision Councils and Board of Directors, aimed to ensure goal alignment with United Way’s Community Assessment, United Way awards grants to support specific programs at local nonprofits.

United Way’s volunteer Vision Council members develop objectives and strategies to address defined visions and target issues, make funding recommendations to the United Way Board of Directors and monitor progress toward identified objectives in alignment with United Way of Treasure Valley’s Community Impact Plan.

These dedicated members (Vision Councils and Board of Directors) represent the community at large to help shape, inform and guide the community impact in the areas of Education, Health and Financial Stability.

Here is a list of 2019-20 United Way Grant recipients approved by the Board of Directors:

Education Organizations - Education Programs 

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters - Mentoring Program 
  • Boys & Girls Club of Nampa - Education & Career Development
  • Boys & Girls Clubs of Ada County - Youth Empowerment Project 
  • Giraffe Laugh Early Learning Centers - Scholarships for Children 
  • Giraffe Laugh Early Learning Centers - School Age Program
  • Jannus - Idaho Voices for Children 
  • Kuna School District - Community School Resource
  • Learning Lab -  Family Literacy
  • Treasure Valley Family YMCA - Child Development Programs

Total Education (9 programs)

 

Health Organizations - Health Programs 

  • Children’s Free Dental Clinic, Inc - Miles of Smiles 
  • Create Common Good - Community Feeding Program
  • Easterseals-Goodwill, Idaho Division - Behavioral Health 
  • FACES of Hope Foundation - Crisis Intervention & Prevention Services
  • Genesis Community Health -  Free Medical, Dental, and Mental Health for Idaho’s Underserved
  • Idaho Foodbank - School Pantry at Community Schools
  • Idaho Youth Ranch - Hays House
  • Jannus - Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline
  • Lifeways - Region 3: Western Idaho Community Crisis Center
  • Nampa School District - Nampa School District-Community Resource Centers
  • Pathways Community Crisis Center of Southwest Idaho - Pathways Community Center of Southwest Idaho
  • Phoenix Multisport, Inc - Creating & Sustaining Healthy Habits in the Recovery Community
  • Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center - Tobacco & Vape Consultation Program for Vulnerable Populations
  • Terry Reilly Health Services - Registered Dietician - Fruit & Vegetable Prescription Program
  • Terry Reilly Health Services - Clinical Pharmacy Transitions of Care for Diabetes Management
  • Women’s & Children’s Alliance - Safe and Secure Shelter 

Total Health (16 programs)

 

Financial Stability Organizations - Financial Programs 

  • CATCH - CATCH of Ada and Canyon County 
  • Create Common Good - Foodservice Training & Job Placement Program
  • International Rescue Committee - Spark
  • Jannus - Economic Opportunity
  • Learning Lab - Literacy for All
  • Life's Kitchen - Food Service & Life Skills Training 
  • Salvation Army, Boise Corp - Community Family Shelter, Nampa
  • The Jesse Tree - Extended Emergency Rental and Mercy Assistance Program
  • Women’s & Children’s Alliance - Financial Literacy 

Total Financial Stability (9 programs)

For information about our projects, please visit Our Projects