United Way Invests in Our Community
Investing donated dollars to improve lives.
Thanks to wise investment, thousands of area lives are improved each year.
See below to learn more about how decisions are made to channel donated dollars back into the the community.
Every spring, community volunteers with a variety of backgrounds participate in the United Way Allocations Process. Allocations volunteers examine United Way Partner Agency operations, programs, and finances and then recommend how much money should be allocated to each agency the following year. Funding recommendations are presented to the United Way Board of Directors for review and final approval. The work of volunteers ensures that donor dollars are used to achieve the greatest impact in the areas of education, health and financial stability and that United Way of Greater St. Joseph is accountable to donors.
Community Investment Fund
Meeting emerging and emergency needs in the community through grants to organizations.
United Way of Greater St. Joseph offers a year-round grant opportunity for organizations to meet emerging and emergency needs in the community.
The United Way Community Investment Fund is a grant opportunity to meet emerging and emergency needs. Qualifying agencies may apply for funds throughout the year. To apply, agencies must complete an application process. Each application is reviewed by volunteers who present funding recommendations to the United Way Board of Directors.
If you are interested in volunteering,contact Jodi Bloemker, Director of Community Investment at
816.364.2381 or firstname.lastname@example.org