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Agency HQ

Agency HQ is your one-stop-shop for funding updates and new opportunities.

 

FUNDING CATEGORIES

 

United Way has funding opportunities to support local nonprofits with a proven ability to meet the community’s needs and make a lasting, important impact in our region.

 

Safety Net

Nonprofit organizations providing direct services in our 16-county service area to address needs identified in the Community Needs Assessment (CNA).
See our Safety Net Agencies

System

Organizations providing backbone, collective impact, and/or services to address community needs identified in the CNA
RFP release TBD

Targeted

As emergency or crisis support is needed in our community, United Way will support programs and organizations meeting those needs through targeted fundraising and grantmaking efforts
RFP release TBD

Top Resources for Agencies

   

While there are currently no funding opportunities available, you can still log in to the application portal, Foundation Connect, to get familiar with the platform.

 

Download capacity building training materials related to a United Way Nonprofit Training Series.

 

Our comprehensive Community Needs Assessment will inform our funding strategies. Read about the community's needs and download the full report.

 

Sign up to receive alerts when the System RFP goes live and to hear about other funding opportunities.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What is the timeline for the other United Way funding categories?

There will be future funding opportunities with United Way. Please sign up to receive alerts when funding opportunities are available here.

Who do I contact if I have questions?

For questions about the application and/or the application portal, Foundation Connect, please email GrantSupport@stl.unitedway.org.

Learn about United Way’s Community Investment Strategy.

Our community investment model starts with the needs of the community and aligns our funding decisions to help meet those needs. When we look at needs, we know that many are interconnected: when an individual doesn’t have access to transportation, it’s difficult to get to a job; when children are hungry, they’re less successful in school. We must have an interconnected approach to our funding strategy to have the greatest impact. Read more.

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