Community Investment

Through the Community Investment Fund, United Way of Coastal Georgia invests in local organizations and programs that deliver measurable results in the areas of Education, Income, and Health, as well as those that strengthen our regional safety net. To be eligible to receive United Way community funds, a program must clearly fit under at least one of United Way’s three impact areas: Education, Income and Health. Priority will be given to programs using approaches leading to increase the percentage of children and youth prepared to be successful in school and life, reduction in the cycle of generational poverty by increasing the economic self-sufficiency of residents, or providing a strong foundation for workforce development.