Through the Community Investment Fund, United Way of Coastal Georgia invests in local programs that deliver measurable results in the three United Way impact areas of Education, Health, and Financial Stability, as well as those that strengthen our regional safety net. To be eligible to receive UWCGA community funds, a program must clearly fit at least one of the three impact areas. Priority will be given to programs using approaches leading to an increased 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.
United Way of Coastal Georgia invites eligible nonprofits serving Camden, Glynn, and/or McIntosh Counties to propose programs for funding consideration through it’s 2022 Community Investment Fund. Agencies should use the “Agency Login” button below to login or create an e-CImpact account and then complete all required documentation for the 2021-2022 application as noted in the system. You may view the “2021 Agency Training” video at the link below for more information.
Deadline: Tuesday, November 23, 2021 at 5:00pm.
No applications will be accepted after this date. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed for funding.
If you have any questions or need help navigating the e-CImpact system, Janelle Harvey, Director of Community Impact has set up office hours leading up to the application deadline. Please click below to schedule time with Janelle.