United Way of Nevada County 2018 Community Impact Process Begins

United Way Executive Director, Megan Timpany (center) with John Candelaria, Executive Director and Bob Dion, Manager of the Warehouse, of the Food Bank of Nevada County, a long time United Way partner agency.

February 12, 2018 – United Way of Nevada County’s annual Community Impact Process for calendar year 2018 has begun. Allocations will be distributed from the United Way of Nevada County Community Impact Fund. During this process, current United Way partners may apply to continue partnership and/or request funding. Additionally, other qualified local agencies may apply to become new partners of United Way. Applications will be available for any community based, non-profit 501(c)3 organization that has provided Health & Human Services to the residents of Nevada County for at least 3 years.

UWNC has streamlined the application into one application for new partners, renewal of partners and requests for funding. All applications are due on April 5th, 2018. Applications will be made available the week of March 5th. All applicants will be reviewed by The UWNC Community Investment Committee, the UWNC Board of Directors, and the 2018 Citizen Review Teams made up of volunteers from the community. This review process will include site visits with all the applicant organizations by Citizen Review Teams. Megan Timpany, Executive Director of UWNC said “The UWNC community investment assessment process is an integral part of due diligence for UWNC donors.” Any community member that is interested in being on a Citizens Review Team should contact UWNC. Any Health and Human Service Non-Profit agency that has questions about the application process can also contact UWNC at 274-8111.

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United Way of Nevada County’s mission is to improve lives by mobilizing the caring power of our community. UWNC will be concentrating on the Basic Needs of those in our community which include Food, Emergency Shelter and access to Health Care. United Way of Nevada County’s funding priorities for the annual community impact funds are; 1) existing UWNC programs, such as Food Access Saturday, 2) new UWNC programs and 3) Partner funding. United Way of Nevada County strives to assure individuals and families in Nevada County are able to meet their Basic Needs. UWNC envisions a community where all individuals and families achieve their desired potential through healthy lives, education and income stability.