USA: Iowa; Nebraska
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Grants to Nebraska and Iowa nonprofit organizations in eligible locations for projects to support a thriving community. Funding is intended for projects to provide meals, health services, housing services for vulnerable residents, and services to create opportunities and remove barriers. Projects must benefit the Omaha-Council Bluffs metro.
United Way of the Midlands (UWM) is pleased to announce the opening of the grant application. As a convener, collaborator and catalyst for change, the vision is to create a thriving community where adults and children have access to safety net supports, education, financial stability and good health, which are the building blocks to economic stability and a high quality of life. As part of that commitment, UWM invests in high performing non-profit organizations that provide programs and services that align with the 2022-2024 Goals.
The investment cycle is intended to lay a foundation that will assist programs in their efforts to continuously improve and track outcomes over time. However, the continuation of funding for programs after the first year in the investment cycle is contingent upon the adherence to all requirements in the Grant Agreement and availability of UWM funds.
Additional Geographic Information:Omaha-Council Bluffs metro
UWM is committed to investing in programs beginning July 1, 2022 for a two-year cycle ending June 30, 2024.
For questions regarding the Community Care Fund Application, please reach out to Heather Tomczak, Director, Community Impact at firstname.lastname@example.org or 402.522.7956.