The United Way of Hall County (UWHC) is pleased to launch the Collective Impact Grants Process for the funding period of May 1, 2021 through April 30, 2022. UWHC is committed to creating lasting change with measurable improvements for those in need in Hall County.
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To address community’s economic mobility challenges, 2021-2022 Collective Impact Grants will be allocated to agencies that align with Community Game Plan objectives through a competitive proposal process for a one-year grant period.
Collective impact is the commitment of a group of individuals from different sectors to a common agenda for solving a specific social problem, using a structured form of collaboration. Successful collective impact initiatives have five conditions that together produce true alignment and lead to powerful results: a common agenda, shared measurement systems, mutually reinforcing activities, continuous communication, and a backbone support organization.
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Submit Inspiring Projects that drive Long-term Economic, Social, and Environmental Sustainability
The follow requirements must be met in order for a program to be considered for a Collective Impact Grant.
501(C) tax exempt organizations
Organizations who serve Hall County residents
Grant materials must be submitted in by due date
Ability to comply with Financial Certification requirements
In an effort to evaluate agencies as a whole, UWHC does not require separate applications for each program included in the proposal. Only one proposal per agency (i.e., distinct 501(c)3) will be accepted and reviewed for funding. The application will provide an opportunity to represent multiple programs and impact areas within a single proposal.
For administrative purposes, agencies will be asked to identify one impact area with which their overall proposal is most aligned. However, UWHC recognize that in serving individuals and families, programs and activities often cross multiple impact areas. For that reason, agencies can select target standardized outcomes from any of the three impact areas (Education, Health, and Financial Stability) in the application.
A maximum of three programs can be included within the application. UWHC does not prioritize multi-program proposals over single program proposals, but rather selects grantees based on alignment with criteria, ability to report outcomes, and potential for impact.
For more information, visit https://www.unitedwayhallcounty.org/funding/