At United Way of Treasure Valley, we are devoted to fiscal responsibility amid our efforts to engage and mobilize the community to address our community’s greatest challenges. Every health, education or financial stability project in which we are involved, begins with evidence-based decision-making that minimizes wasted effort among our community partners and maximizes the collective impact of local resources. United Way of Treasure Valley funds local projects in three ways:
Community Impact Grants
Multi-year funding for collective impact partnerships that foster shared visions, based around bringing services to the populations with the most need, specifically around schools and community centers.
Program funding for individual organizations to support solutions that address community need in the areas of education, health and financial stability.
Funding available year-round that allows United Way of Treasure Valley to support new projects outside of the annual grant process.
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