In December 2017, United Way's Board of Directors approved a restructured impact strategy as part of United Way’s 2015-2018 strategic plan. This plan is focused on reducing poverty by changing community conditions so many more people become and remain self-sufficient.
Funding will be available to support three priorities:
Mental Health Supports (K-3)
Resources to Address Physical Health Barriers to Learning (Pre-K-8)
The combined total of available funding for these priorities is $700,000 per year.