Thank you for all you do. Your passion and hard work are making a real difference in the lives of Southeastern Idahoans.
It is important to be mindful of how our donors' and investors' dollars are invested. Investments should be targeted where they will have the most impact. To that end, United Way of Southeastern Idaho's investments in our community must match our Impact Areas:
- Cradle to Career Opportunity Gaps
- Reducing Food Insecurity
- Increasing Housing Stability
- Increasing Access to Mental Health/Primary Healthcare for the Uninsured/Underinsured
Our funded partners should be working to show, using data, how their individual programs and services are improving a population-level outcome. For example, a program that is distributing food to children could readily tie their program outcomes to population-level outcomes in the following way:
"Our program served 300 children this year. We know that 16.7% of children in Idaho are food insecure. Therefore, our program is directly contributing to improving this population-level outcome."
United Way of Southeastern Idaho is working to move the needle on our communities' biggest needs through focusing on how program outcomes lead to population-level outcomes.
Eligible applicants must be a human service 501(c)(3) organization for at least 2 years. Funding requests must be at least $1000 and must not exceed $30,000. If a program has a funding request that exceeds $30,000 it must be cleared by UWSEI staff prior to submitting the funding request.
We expect our funded partners to be able to speak to how their program is addressing one of our stated community impact goals:
2021 - 2022 Community Investment Process Timeline
- January 3, 2022 Letter of Intent Opens - Tentative
- January 7, 2022 Letter of Intent Closes - Tentative
- January 17, 2022 Application Opens - Tentative
- February 4, 2022 Application Closes - Tentative
Process funded by: