2019 Cradle-to-Career Year In Review
In it's second year, imPACT East Idaho continues to build on its foundation for change along the Cradle to Career continuum, including: bringing motivated community leaders to the table, thoughtful dissection of data, alignment of strategies and programs with partners, building capacity to do collective work, developing relationships with new partners, and community education.
The United Way of SE Idaho annually invests in over 30 programs in SE Idaho which improve our region's financial stability, health, and education. To see a list of the 2019 community investments, click here.
Our community investment grants to local nonprofit partners are data-driven decisions to ensure donor dollars are invested where they will have the greatest impact. Our community investment panel is made up of community volunteers that review grant applications, conduct site visits, and make funding allocation recommendations to the United Way of SE Idaho's board of directors on an annual basis.
Community investment grants are awards to local nonprofit organizations with programs that fit the goals of United Way of SE Idaho in the areas of education, health and financial stability. The grant process opens in the fall each year. If you are interested in applying for a community investment grant please check back in August for an updated timeline and the application link.
United Way of Southeastern Idaho is 110% committed to improve the success of students and enrich the talent pipeline in the seven southeastern counties of Idaho. We recognize that the economic competitiveness and social well-being of Southeastern Idaho is heavily dependent upon the educational attainment and workforce readiness of our citizens. Our efforts aim for a significant gain in educational attainment and a region-wide culture shift that moves community members out of the cycle of generational poverty.
Our collaborative partnership, imPACT East Idaho, is focused on the following key areas in the cradle to career continuum:
We promote the effective use of data-informed decision making to better drive our work. The 2018 Education Report Card serves as the baseline in measuring the success of children and youth in our region. To learn more, call us at 208-232-1389.