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Souris Valley United Way Grants

Grants to Souris Valley Area, North Dakota Nonprofits and Agencies for
Basic Needs, Education, Income, and Health Programming

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Grants to Souris Valley Area, North Dakota public agencies, faith-based and secular nonprofit organizations, and units of government, including schools, public libraries, and health districts, for programs and projects that focus on meeting basic needs, education, income, and health. Priorities for each of these focus areas are outlined below.

Education – Help All Achieve Their Potential:

- Children Enter School Ready to Succeed: Promote reading and literacy so children read proficiently by 4th grade
- Productive and Engaged Youth: Engage youth in positive behavior, peer programming, and/or mentoring activities
- Adult Life Skills: Provide comprehensive programs to help develop skills for daily living

Income – Promote Financial Stability and Independence for Families and Individuals:

- Emergency assistance for individuals and families in need
- Promote a stable living environment for individuals and families:
* Promote programs that provide financial education
* Increase funding and availability of child care assistance/scholarships

Health – Improve People’s Health and Wellness

- Healthy Nutrition for all:
* Provide at-risk children supplemental food on weekends during the school year
* Support summer feeding program for at-risk youth
* Nutritious food and meals for individuals and families who experience food insecurities

- Mental and Emotional Wellness
* Counseling and advocate programs for youth who are victims or involved in substance abuse
* Shelter programs for victims of violence and homelessness
* Support programs which allow individuals and families to remain in their homes

- Healthy Behaviors
* Training on healthy living and eating for youth and adults
* Programs that provide youth with positive values and self-confidence
* Services or advocate programs that provide positive individual or family experience

Community Impact – Souris Valley United Way Serves Through:

- Community Shower
- 2-1-1
- Volunteer Opportunities Website for Agencies and Individuals (
- One Million Volunteer Readers, Tutors, and Mentors
- Barnes and Noble Book give-away
- Fiscal Agent Duties for Community Disaster
- Combined Federal Campaign – manage charitable donations for Federal and Military employees
- EFSP – Manage the area Emergency Food and Shelter Program

Community Awareness and Fundraisers
- Cycling Event
- Bowling Event
- Annual Donor Recognition Luncheon

GrantWatch ID#:

GrantWatch ID#: 137505

Additional Eligibility Criteria:

Grants will be awarded to programs in the three focus areas of Education, Income, and Health.

Applications are open to all potential community partners that are a public agency, including non-profit private organizations, both secular and faith based, or units of government (e.g., such as schools, public libraries, health districts) serving individuals in the Souris Valley Area of North Dakota.

Private nonprofit organizations receiving Souris Valley United Way funding must hold an active 501(c)(3) designation from the United States Internal Revenue Service.

Pre-Application Information:

The 2018 Souris Valley United Way grant application process for funding consideration is now open, and grant applications will be due March 8, 2018.

Click on the link in the Supporting Documents section below to download the grant guidelines.

Contact Information:

Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.

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If you need assistance or further information please contact the Souris Valley United Way office at 701.839.2994

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Geographic Focus:

USA: North Dakota: Souris Valley Area

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