Community Partner Investments
United Way of the Tri-Valley Area invests in Greater Franklin County. At the core of its mission is to support the work of 501(c)3 non-profit organizations through a process known as Community Partner Investments.
Requests for proposals are made annually on November 1.
Organizations seeking funding must have solid financial management practices. Depending upon organizational revenue, they must submit one of the following conducted by an external CPA: AUDIT ($250,000 or more); FINANCIAL REVIEW ($100,000-$249,999); COMPILATION (under $100,000)
The Special Projects Fund
Special Projects are funded on an ongoing/rolling basis. Applicants do not need to be a 501(c)(3) organization. Awards are up to $5,000.
The Hope Fund
The Hope Fund provides enriching opportunities for youth under 18. Applications are accepted monthly.
The Very Basics Fund
The Very Basics Fund provides financial support to organizations that work to reduce food insecurity, provide shelter; or keep people warm. Applicants must be 501(c)(3) organizations. When funding is available, Requests for Proposals are issued twice a year in August and February.
While each Community Investment has unique criteria and requirements, all United Way of the Tri-Valley Area Community Investments conforms to this policy regarding religious activities.
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