Community Investment (YMCA, YWCA, BBBS)

Each spring, the Heartland United Way completes a community investment process, where community volunteers determine how United Way campaign funds would be best allocated to the 16 partner agencies for the upcoming year. The volunteers play a vital role in evaluating the United Way-funded programs during day-long assessments.

The volunteers are grouped into teams to review funding requests from the partner agencies. Each team spends one day visiting two to three agency sites. The teams listen to agency presentations, review agency applications and program results, and make funding recommendations to the Heartland United Way board of directors.

The community investment process ensures that dollars donated to the Heartland United Way are distributed to the most needed programs and services each year. Through the process, the volunteers are encouraged to provide input as to which issues they think need the most attention in our communities and how campaign funds can best be used to address these needs.

April 3rd, 2013 8:00 AM   through   3:00 PM
410 W. 2nd street
Grand Island, NE 68801
United States
Phone: 308-382-2675
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