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Moffat County United Way

Deadline Date:

01/10/20 5:00 PM

Description:

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Grants of up to $50,000 to Colorado nonprofit organizations for activities that address the needs of residents in eligible regions. Funding is intended to support programs and services in the areas of education, health, social services, and welfare that benefit communities in Moffat County.

Three funding opportunities are available:

Moffat County United Way

The Moffat County United Way allocation process is based on accountability to donors and responsiveness to the needs of people and agencies. It is based on a rational assessment of needs and resources, and it relates this assessment to voluntary and public expenditures to avoid duplication of community services.

Qualifications:
  • Agency’s objective, purpose, services and program serve an established and well-recognized need of the residents of Moffat County in the fields of health and/or education, welfare, and social services.
  • Agency does not materially overlap or conflict with programs or services being rendered by any other agency in Moffat County.
  • Agency is actively governed by a responsible group of citizens known as a Board of Directors.
  • Agency is financially sound and operated in an efficient and economic manner.
  • Agency has an affirmative action process that complies with local, state and federal laws and executive orders, including statements of nondiscrimination based on race, color, religion, ethnic origin, handicap, sex or age.

Applicants are asked to provide measurable outcomes that you expect clients in the program to experience. Outcomes are changes in client knowledge, attitude, behavior, skills, values, condition or status. The program must also have effective tools and methods in place, addressing both the quantity and quality of services provided, that enable program evaluation.

Key Club/Youth United Way 

Youth United Way is a leadership experience that teaches high school students the importance of service, philanthropy and the nonprofit sector, while empowering them to directly impact Colorado communities through grant making.

The students of Moffat County High School strongly support non-profit organizations that provide programs in the areas of youth, education, and health in Moffat County.

Moffat County Human Resource Council

The Human Resource Council (HRC) is a group of agency representatives and individuals with a vested interest in local community service affairs. The purpose of the HRC is to provide support funding and information to its members, collaboratively seek financial support, act as a collective voice, coordinate services to avoid duplication, and increase awareness regarding community service needs and activities.

GrantWatch ID#:

GrantWatch ID#: 139120

Estimated Size of Grant:

- Moffat County United Way funding grants range from the 1,000 to 50,000 dollar range.
- Key Club/Youth United Way and the Moffat County Human Resource Council reserves the right to award any amount to any one applicant.

Term of Contract:

If your agency is funded you will begin receiving funds April 15th on a quarterly basis.

Additional Eligibility Criteria:

Moffat County United Way:
Standard for Admissions:
To the extent possible under existing state and federal law, qualified as an organization exempt from taxation so that contributions are deductible under the guidelines of 501(c)(3) regulations.

Key Club/Youth United Way:
The students of Moffat County High School strongly support non-profit organizations that provide programs in Moffat County.

Human Resource Council:
The City, the County and the United Way have resolved to work together and create a cooperative committee to involve the community in the process of receiving, evaluating and allocating funds from the City and the County to deserving local organizations, which are not fraternal, religious or political, serving the public good and beneficial to the City and the County.

Pre-Application Information:

All applications are accepted by mail or in person until 5:00 p.m. on Friday, January 10, 2020.

- The United Way fund allocations process includes a visit with the committee. You will be contacted in February to schedule a visit.
- The Allocations Committee will meet in mid February 2020.
- You will be notified no later than one week prior to the committee meeting to schedule a time to make a presentation to the Allocations Committee.
- Applications received late, improperly completed or faxed will not be accepted, no exceptions.

Moffat County Human Resource Council
If your agency is funded, you will receive written notice of funding from Moffat County United Way in care of Moffat County Human Resource Council by the first of April. Funds will be released after April 15, 2020.

Youth United Way: http://www.unitedwaymoffat.org/youth-united-way
Human Resource Council: http://www.unitedwaymoffat.org/human-resource-council

Contact Information:

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

Please submit the original application either by mail or in person. Also, submit a copy of your grant electronically to Kristen at: kristen@unitedwaymoffat.org.

Office location:
552 Breeze Street
Craig, CO 81625

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 995
Craig, CO 81626

Questions:
Kristen Vigil, Executive Director
970-824-6222
kristen@unitedwaymoffat.org

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USA: Colorado: Moffat County

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